Millions of potential voters may not be able to cast votes in 2012 after a dozen states put new restrictions in place this year. Gwen Ifill discusses the impact the new restrictions could have on the upcoming elections with New…
As election officials prepare for high voter turnout Tuesday, Tom Bearden probes the massive efforts by both campaigns in Colorado to register voters and get them to turn out at the polls. Then, analysts examine strong early voting numbers and…
While record numbers of young and first-time voters are engaged in the political process this year, questions remain as to how strong their turnout will be at the polls. Kwame Holman reports on the youth vote in Virginia and how…
In the second segment in a series about Florida's continued status as a political battleground, Judy Woodruff examines efforts to register new voters in the Sunshine State and what both parties' plans are to get out the vote come November.
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Washington, D.C., residents began registering firearms Thursday as part of emergency legislation enacted after a Supreme Court ruling on June 26 overturned the District's handgun ban of 32 years.
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Amid voter registration delays and a dispute over the exclusion of a major candidate, Nigeria prepares for a historic presidential election that could see the country's first handoff of power from one elected civilian leader to the next.
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