ICE Suffered Blows in the South in Last Week’s Elections
Voters in populous Georgia and South Carolina counties elected sheriffs who ran on ending contracts with ICE.
Daniel Nichanian Nov 12, 2020
These Twelve Elections Could Curb ICE’s Powers
In many places that have long helped arrest and detain immigrants, voters will decide the fate of local partnerships with ICE, possibly dealing a series of blows to the agency.
Daniel Nichanian Oct 09, 2020
Charleston Prosecutor Candidate Wants to “Shut Off the Mass Incarceration Mindset”
In a Q&A, Ben Pogue, who is running to be the chief prosecutor of South Carolina’s Ninth Circuit, discusses how he would confront racial injustice.
Daniel Nichanian Sep 14, 2020