President Donald Trump is refusing to publicly commit to accepting the results of the upcoming White House election, recalling a similar threat he made weeks before the 2016 vote, as he scoffs at polls showing him lagging behind Democrat Joe…
By Aamer Madhani, Colleen Long, Will Weissert, Associated Press
President Trump’s campaign will focus on claiming Trump is all that stands between America and the ‘un-American left wing forces’ trying to destroy the country's cultural heritage, and paint Joe Biden as too weak to stop it, according to Special…
By PBS NewsHour
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
Plaintiffs' attorneys said Mississippi's history of racially polarized voting means that candidates preferred by black voters must receive a higher share of the statewide vote to win a majority of House districts.
By Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press
By Kate Brumback, Associated Press
The lawsuit accuses the secretary of state and election board members of mismanaging the 2018 election in ways that deprived some citizens, particularly low-income people and minorities, of their constitutional right to vote. It seeks substantial reforms and asks that…
The Mueller report continues to make headlines in Washington, as some Democrats talk impeachment and battle the Trump administration over additional investigations and subpoenas, but how prominent is the subject among voters outside D.C.? Judy Woodruff talks to Chris Buskirk…
By Courtney Norris, Nsikan Akpan, Joshua Barajas
Here’s a look at some of the reported voting problems that have frustrated voters today.
By Bill Barrow, Frank Bajak, Associated Press
Voting concerns have dominated the final weeks of the race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp, the secretary of state. Here's what we know.
Amid record-breaking early voting this midterm season, concerns of voter suppression are at the center of some of the country's most contested races. Lisa Desjardins reports on what new voting restrictions mean for voters in Georgia, North Dakota and Kansas.
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