Barbara Rodriguez


Content by Barbara Rodriguez

‘They see that it’s really in our hands now’: Young women work to get out the vote in the wake of Dobbs

States are stepping up prosecutions for voter fraud, but who gets the harshest punishment?

Recruiting the ‘essential workers of democracy’: Group aims to sign up poll workers ahead of midterms

‘We need your help’: Election officials ask Congress to better address harassment ahead of midterms

Democrats warn abortion access is on the line in key statehouse races

How a new generation of lawmakers led by Black women revived the Equal Rights Amendment

First drafted in 1923, the Equal Rights Amendment has only recently been ratified by 38 states, the number needed to add it to the Constitution. A new generation of activists, often Black and queer, are putting in the work to make the ERA a reality.


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