On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Counties and election boards across the U.S. are pleading with younger residents to volunteer or sign up to be paid poll workers as overwhelmed polling locations try to persuade local residents they will be safe from coronavirus infection.
The head of the Federal Election Commission warned American voters not to expect the results of the upcoming presidential election on the night of November 3, she urged everyone to "take a deep breath" as they await the count.
Election lawyers with ties to the Biden campaign have privately discussed the possibility that a desperate President Donald Trump could go as far as deploying federal law enforcement at or near polls on Election Day, a move that would be unprecedented and heavily scrutinized.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said this year's elections will go forward as planned November 3 this year, but he defended President Donald Trump's suggestion of delaying it should there be a massive move toward mail-in ballots.
"I never even thought of changing the date of the election," Trump said. "Why would I do that?"
A city councilman running for city auditor and a Republican Party official who previously pleaded guilty to theft in office have been charged with distributing fake sample ballots on Election Day.
Building a community movement is how former President Barack Obama won the White House, and Democrats hope it proves to be a winning strategy for 2020.
They shared how they were voting and stressed the importance of Virginia's election for the Equal Rights Amendment.
In elections that will determine policy, the political makeup of state legislatures and who lives in governors' mansions, voters will head to the polls Tuesday in states across the country.
And yes, the post office should be operating as business as usual.
The methods available for registering to vote and deadlines vary on a state by state basis.
Americans took to Twitter shortly after to criticize McConnell for attempting to suppress votes for the sake of the Republican party.
"How is Columbus Day a holiday but Election Day not?" Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
A Trump-supporting upstate New York mayor said he doesn't care if his Facebook post calling Democratic voters "retarded" gets him removed from office.
He reportedly became enraged when he was told he wasn't registered to vote.
Trump Jr. urged Americans to vote Republican "in 7 DAYS" which is November 7, the day after the midterm elections.
Trump was later booed when he and his wife, Melania, showed up to cast their vote.