Wisconsin Democrats have started preparations for the 2020 elections by putting up a legitimate fight, contesting Republican gerrymandering in the state.
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A stunning twist of event primaries held on the 22 of May in Georgia ended up with a Republican victory but with a total confusion over who the Republican state House victor is.
Plaintiffs in Schmitt v Husted are challenging a seemingly arrogated prerogative by Ohio election officials to decide on what initiative to put on ballot.
Election troubles in Massachusetts have led to advocates of ranked voting system arguing that the state should adopt a system allowing rank voting.
As the 2018 midterm elections draw nearer, searches for the keyword “midterms” have spiked. This DC article addresses some of their many questions.
There are thousands of Arizonans who think they are registered to vote this year, but they are no longer in the system says the League of Women Voters.
U.S. federal prosecutors have subpoenaed millions of pages of voter records for the eastern half of North Carolina.
Many people with felony convictions are unfairly prohibited from voting, and the worst state for this is Florida. Comedian John Oliver explains.
Today’s decision recognizes the growing presence of Puerto Rican voters and their right to fully participate in elections that would impact their future.
In a new twist, the Justice Department is demanding that millions of voter records in North Carolina be handed to federal authorities.