Filter by: ConstitutionDemocracyElectionsVoting RightsLocal ElectionsState ElectionsGovernmentState GovernmentRacial JusticeSupreme CourtHistoryMovementsProtestCensusDistrictingLocal GovernmentStatehood The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact Agreement between states to ensure the winner of the national popular vote is elected President. Voter Rolls and Voter Purging The list of registered voters who can cast a ballot in an election. Several states have recently abused their power to purge millions of voters from the rolls. The 19th Amendment In 1920, the 19th Amendment extended voting rights to women as it prohibited the U.S. and states from denying the right to vote on the basis of sex. The U.S. Supreme Court Nomination Process How are Supreme Court Justices nominated and confirmed to office? The 26th Amendment In 1971, the 26th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution lowered the voting age to 18. The 14th Amendment and the Insurrection In the aftermath of January 6th, it became clear that several members of Congress “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” as defined in the 14th Amendment. The 25th Amendment The 25th Amendment established the presidential line of succession and created a process for the President to be removed from office if they become unfit to serve.