"Coordinating a national voter registration system located in the White House is akin to handing a zip drive to Russia," said Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democrat who has refused to send data to the commission.
By Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press
The unanimous order by the three-judge panel means the next legislative elections won't occur until November 2018. But the judges did tell Republican lawmakers that they'll have to approve new House and Senate boundaries by this September — at least…
By Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud continues to defend its request for detailed voter information in court ahead of its first meeting later this week.
By Holly Ramer, Associated Press
Jeh Johnson says he believes the Russian government “did not through any cyber intrusion alter ballots, ballot counts or reporting of election results.”…
By Erica R. Hendry
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.
By Sophia Bollag, Associated Press
Lawmakers in more than a dozen states are trying to increase voter participation by targeting young people.
By Todd Richmond, Associated Press
The state voted for Trump in November's election, marking the first time a Republican presidential candidate had won Wisconsin since Ronald Reagan in 1984.
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
Federal judges found more problems in Texas' voting rights laws, ruling that Republicans racially gerrymandered some congressional districts to weaken the growing electoral power of minorities.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The Supreme Court gave new life Wednesday to a challenge by African-Americans in Virginia who say lawmakers packed some legislative districts with black voters to make other districts whiter and more Republican.
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