In Georgia, nearly 2 million people -- more than a quarter of registered voters -- have already cast their ballots, with some waiting in line for hours to do so. The state has become a new battleground for deciding control…
By Rickey Bevington, Georgia Public Broadcasting
Some 13,000 babies were born in the United States on September 11th, 2001. Today, they turn 19, and this fall, they will be able to vote in a presidential election. Garrett Graff is the author of an oral history of…
It's a victory for conservatives that could make it more difficult for people to vote next year in the key swing state.
By Scott Bauer, Associated Press
Partisans of all stripes invariably will use these odd-year elections for clues about how voters are reacting to the impeachment saga.
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
By William Brangham
The Kentucky governor’s race is one of three gubernatorial contests that will serve as key tests of Republican strength ahead of the 2020 presidential election. President Trump is campaigning there Monday for the incumbent, Matt Bevin, who’s facing a very…
By Mason Berger, Student Reporting Labs
The 2018 midterms mark the first time most of those born in the year 2000 can vote in a national election. The PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab's Mason Berger reports on how organizations in Florida are trying to mobilize young…
By PBS NewsHour
A year into the Trump presidency, Judy Woodruff checks back in with a group of voters from the swing state of Virginia to get their reactions on a range of issues, from the economy and democracy to immigration and tolerance.
By PBS NewsHour
It was supposed to be a little-noticed race with no real competition. But as Alabama voters choose their next senator in a special election, the race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones has come down to the wire.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether Ohio wrongfully purged eligible voters from the state's registration list.
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