In our news wrap Wednesday, a federal appeals court ordered criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn be dismissed. The judges ruled 2 to 1 in favor of the Justice Department’s motion to drop the case. Also, Wisconsin's…
Georgia experienced major problems with its voting processes during a primary election earlier in June. People waited in line up to eight hours to cast ballots, and poll workers struggled with new machines on which they hadn’t been trained due…
By Miles O'Brien
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”…
The question of how to conduct elections safely during a pandemic remains timely as voters go to the polls in five states on Tuesday. With COVID-19 still present across the country, officials are trying to prepare for this fall’s election,…
By William Brangham, Meredith Lee
By Lisa Desjardins
Here are their plans on the issues Democratic voters say they care about most.
By PBS NewsHour
Voters in New York will cast their votes in the presidential primaries on Tuesday. Judy Woodruff talks to Tamara Keith of NPR and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report about the Empire State rivalry between Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton…
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
Some people voting strategically in the year of Donald Trump in hopes of altering the outcome of the presidential race by casting ballots for someone other than their favorite candidate.
By Phil Hirschkorn, Michael D. Regan
Many of America's voting machines were purchased after the disputed 2000 presidential election when a recount of the Florida vote was halted by the use of punch cards at the polls. But antiquated technology is drawing concern from voters again.
By Associated Press
The election calendar may have Democrats voting next in South Carolina, but Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are eyeing bigger prizes in March, a month that will determine whether the Vermont senator can keep pace in the White House race.
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