Natural disasters, public health emergencies, and other crises can wreak havoc on the nation’s housing system.
The right to vote is a fundamental human right. Free and fair elections are essential to democracy.
U.S. House members and state representatives are elected by district.
The landscape of campaign finance has changed dramatically in the past decade.
Democracies require openness and honesty in government. This means government policymaking and institutions function in public view.
Political advocacy is a cornerstone of democracy. This includes the ability to lobby public officials.
Civic engagement can take many forms: individual volunteerism, organizational development and leadership, public service, and electoral participation.