Hans von Spakovsky

Heritage Foundation

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Senior Legal Fellow and Manager of Civil Justice Reform at the Heritage Foundation; former member of the Federal Elections Commission (2006-2008) and attorney at the Justice Department

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The Constitution requires that the boundaries of congressional districts be re-drawn every 10 years, according to the latest census.  In 2010, Republicans won control of legislatures…

Where Should Democracy Draw the Line?

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In 16 states, Republican-dominated legislatures have tightened access to the polls.  Pennsylvania has become the ninth to require Photo ID's.

The War over Voter ID Heats Up

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In 16 states, Repubican-dominated legislatures have tightened access to the polls.

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