A new law has been proposed in the state legislature, ostensibly to protect voters, but the re-vote comes at a pivotal moment for absentee voting.
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Two recent documentary films about elections and election laws were made in Fayetteville and show voters having trouble voting in 2016.
The bill enacts various provisions to modernize and secure Nevada’s election system, including same-day voter registration and expanded mail voting.
The Supreme Court has ruled against the Virginia House of Delegates in a racial gerrymandering case that represents a victory for Democrats in the state.
People of the nation’s largest city will decide in November whether innovative and controversial system will be used for primaries and special elections.
Two U.S. senators asked the FBI to explain what it has done to investigate the suspected hack by Russian intelligence of a Florida-based voting software.
Big changes are afoot in the 2020 Democratic primaries and caucuses: As many as six states plan to use ranked choice voting in these important contests.
As Oregon state legislators consider a package of bills to limit the influence of money in politics, a new MapLight report.
Mississippi is the only state in the nation where a candidate could garner a majority vote and not win the statewide office he or she was pursuing.
Briefs on both sides filed in Georgia Libertarian Party ballot access case that challenges requirements for parties that did’t get 20% of president vote.
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Hundreds of journalists wearing white T-shirts participated in a silent march Sunday to demand justice for their murdered colleague.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Hong Kong Sunday dressed in black to demand the city’s embattled leader steps down.
Freeing Ivan Golunov, who was arrested on trumped up drug charges, has buoyed liberal opponents of Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin.
A Saudi teenager who had been facing a possible death penalty for taking part in Shiite-led protests as a child will not be executed.
Gross violations of human rights in connection to the 1989 massacre and to the consistent pattern of suppression of citizens’ attempts to seek justice.
Algeria’s former finance minister Karim appeared before the Supreme Court to face questions about corruption accusations, state television reported.
Anti-corruption activists, millennials, students and media-savvy young professionals are demanding President Jovenel Moise be brought to justice.
A prominent Uighur writer, who had been held at an internment camp in China’s Xinjiang region, has died inside the camp, his family members told VOA.
Newly released from prison, Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong immediately called for Chief Executive Carrie Lam to resign from office.
Civil disobedience campaign in Sudanese capital Khartoum is impeding aid from flowing to flood-stricken victims in the northern Darfur region.
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