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Terri Sewell

  1. voting rights
    Democrats’ Voting-Rights Push Could Begin a Third ReconstructionPartisan polarization over voting rights shows how much political power, now as in the 1860s and 1960s, depends on who participates in democracy.
  2. Turnout Will Win It for Moore or Jones, But GOP Will Have a Headache Either WayIn a strange campaign where the front-runner disappeared and the polls are all over the place, turnout patterns will matter most.
  3. Do the New Democratic Centrists Come in Peace?As the party moves left, a group that helped define the “hippy punching” politics of the Clinton presidency reboots and enters the fray.