New voting machines, trouble with absentee ballots and a pandemic combined to create chaos in Georgia’s Tuesday primary. After some voters waited in line more than five hours to cast their ballots, Georgia’s secretary of state called the problems “unacceptable”…
By Associated Press
The North Carolina State Board of Elections voted 5-0 on Thursday to hold a new election in the 9th Congressional District…
By Kristen de Groot, Associated Press
For those in the hospital unexpectedly, that process isn't exactly simple.
By Jennifer Adaeze Okwerekwu, STAT
Illness, disability and hospital stays are major contributing factors to a person's ability to vote.
By Domenico Montanaro, Rachel Wellford
Today in the Morning Line: 43 states have some form of early voting What mail ballots could say about the N.C. Senate race About one-in-five expected to vote early More fundraising for President Obama Early voting underway: With less than…
By Jeremy Blackman
An absentee ballot completed and ready to send home to the U.S. Photo courtesy of the Overseas Vote Foundation. Their numbers rival the populations in some swing states, and they could -- in theory -- play as critical a role…
Though Election Day is nearly six weeks away, some voters have already cast their ballots. Thirty-five states have early voting or no-excuse absentee voting. Gwen Ifill talks to George Mason University's Michael McDonald for more on the process of early…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
More than seven months after Election Day, the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota drew to a final conclusion on June 30, when the state Supreme Court backed Al Franken's victory and Norm Coleman conceded the race. Here is a recap…
After a two-month recount process, Democrat Al Franken has been certified with more votes than Republican Norm Coleman for one of Minnesota's seats in the U.S. Senate, but legal challenges from Coleman could keep the race unresolved for weeks.
Democratic contender for the Minnesota Senate seat Al Franken took a 250-vote lead over Republican incumbent Norm Coleman in the still undecided Senate race Friday, but thousands of ballot challenges remain unresolved.
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