Miles Rapoport is a longtime democracy advocate who served as secretary of state in Connecticut, and president of both Dēmos and Common Cause. He is the Senior Practice Fellow in American Democracy at the Ash Center of the Kennedy School at Harvard and a member of the board of The American Prospect.
Voting rights advocates and litigators in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and other key states are fighting against gerrymandering—and reaping dividends just in time for 2021.Miles RapoportJul 18, 2019
A new report analyzes the features that define states with high turnout rates.Miles RapoportMar 21, 2019
After decades in which all reforms were stymied, the new legislature enacted sweeping changes to voting laws on its second day in session.Miles RapoportJan 18, 2019
In numerous states, voters elected new governors and legislatures, and passed ballot measures that could reverse the Republicans’ war on democracy.Miles RapoportNov 09, 2018