New NPR poll finds widespread concern 2020 elections will not be fair and accurate. There are worries of disinformation, voter fraud and voter suppression.
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An Oregon county will be the first in the state to have ranked choice voting in November.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said Friday that his agency “fully expects” Russia to attempt to interfere in U.S. elections in 2020, The Hill.
On Thursday, two ranking U.S. Senators introduced the Accessible Voting Act, which would support state and local efforts to improve voter accessibility.
US state voting and registration laws vary and change frequently. Geoff Mulvihill examines some of the common issues playing out.
Advocates argue revoking registration of inactive voters reduces fraud but Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter, Rev. Bernice King, says its voter suppression.
Los Angeles County is moving full steam ahead with plans to use its new election equipment for the first time in the upcoming presidential primary.
President Trump’s re-election campaign plans to step up its efforts to capitalize on so-called bundlers.
Michael J. Copps examines America’s national regression over 2019 and highlights shared blame between 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and other State institutions.
Common Cause President Karen H. Flynn has issued a statement condemning media restrictions in impeachment trial as blatant attempt to limit transparency.