Marshall Ganz, a longtime union and political organizer, is a doctoral candidate in sociaology at Harvard University and teaches at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
The Motor Voter law was supposed to dramatically increase turnout and give marginalized groups more voice in politics. Unfortunately, getting these groups to register doesn't do any good if you don't give them reason to vote.Marshall GanzSeptember-October 1996
New technologies were supposed to enable campaigns to reach more voters. Instead, they ended up fragmenting and alienating much of the electorate.Marshall GanzWinter 1994