Month: January 2022

Five Facts on Reforming the Electoral Count Act of 1887

The Big Insight: It’s the single most important election reform that no one was talking about… until now. Senators from both parties are considering reforms to the Electoral Count Act of 1887, the ambiguous federal law that many believe lit the match for the January 6, 2021 riot in Washington, D.C. Capitol. Here are five facts …

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Voting in America

With the Senate hurtling toward a voting rights showdown over the next few days, No Labels is bringing clarity to the issue where there has been almost none. Republicans and Democrats have been fighting over two “problems” — voter fraud and voter suppression — that are completely overblown. Meanwhile, reforms to the one actual threat …

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1/6, One Year Later

One year after the violence at the U.S. Capitol proved just where partisan divisions can lead, Ryan and guest co-host Liz Morrison look back on that day and look ahead to possible ways to heal the divide. Click here to listen on Spotify Podcasts Click here to listen on Apple Podcasts

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