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By Anita Snow, Nathan Ellgren, Associated Press
What's behind some of the notable nomenclature facing voters trying to decipher the who/what/why/when/where of casting their ballots this year? Here are some key terms to know ahead of the midterm elections.
By Meg Kinnard, Associated Press
Though the 2020 presidential election is six months behind us, a review of nearly 2.1 million ballots in Arizona's largest county is currently underway, ordered by the state's Republican-led Senate. Stephanie Sy explores the growing controversy and what it means…
By Stephanie Sy, Alex D'Elia
If voters casting a ballot in person run into problems at their polling places, they can simply ask the nearest poll worker for help. This is a normal process in many states.
By Associated Press
Through the lens of the printed ballot, a new visual history shows how these artifacts capture the evolving values of our democracy.
By Joshua Barajas
In our news wrap Thursday, police in Hong Kong arrested at least 60 people they say violated coronavirus rules and a new national security law banning large protests. Pro-democracy activists had gathered to oppose a holiday marking the founding of…
Young Voters Played Critical Role in Obama Re-Election Despite Dip in Support…
President Obama, Little Time to Enjoy Re-election Before Heading Back to Work…
Critical battleground states that are key to President Obama or Mitt Romney's election win have long lines of voters who wait to cast their ballots even after the polls close. The race is tight as election night count goes to…
Across Egypt, at least 50 million people were eligible to choose from a field of 13 candidates in the country's first free presidential election. Gwen Ifill and McClatchy reporter Nancy Youssef discuss what the historic election means for Egypt's future.
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