Georgia runoff seeing record voter turnout: Can that help Herschel Walker?
Both Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock are trying to convince their supporters to return to the polls and vote one more time in the runoffs.
Democrats' winning strategy for 2020 Georgia runoff likely won't work now
Senator Raphael Warnock is hoping for another runoff win, but this year, he'll have to use a different playbook to fend off a Republican challenge.
Republicans got more votes than Democrats in Senate races
Overall, Republicans received roughly 5 percent more votes than Democrats did. They just didn't come in the places they needed them.
Is Election Day a national holiday? These people think it should be
Turnout for some elections is less than 40 percent of eligible voters as many feel a workday is inconvenient to cast ballots in person.
Democrats could help Lee Zeldin become one of midterms' biggest upsets
Experts told Newsweek that it's not impossible for Zeldin to be the first Republican governor elected in New York since George Pataki served from 1994 to 2006.
Bernie Sanders' plan to energize voters could cost Democrats the Senate
Democratic candidates might need Sanders to rally young voters in key races, but the Vermont senator's help will come at the risk of losing moderate voters.
Will Your Vote Count in 2022?
It depends where you live.
Schumer Slams Suggested Reforms to Electoral Count Act as 'McConnell Plan"
"Let me take this opportunity to make clear that that plan, the McConnell Plan, that's what it is, is unacceptably insufficient and even offensive," Schumer said.
What Is 'Vote Dilution'? DOJ Says Texas Is Suppressing Minority Votes
The department is suing the state over its new redistricting maps, saying the plans discriminate against Black and Latino voters.
Asian Turnout Hit All-Time High in 2020 Presidential Race: Census Bureau
Turnout among the demographic reached 59.7 percent, according to the agency.
A Third of Americans Sat Out the 2020 Presidential Election: Poll
Roughly the same number of eligible U.S. voters who cast ballots for President Joe Biden chose to sit out the 2020 election entirely, according to a new poll.
Despite Predictions, Shelby v. Holder Did Not Lead to Voter Suppression
There is no need to reimpose Section 5 on states that left their discriminatory pasts behind—there has been no "backsliding."
Donald Trump's 73.6 Million Popular Votes Set New Record
As of Thursday morning, Trump has received 73.6 million popular votes and counting, or 47.2 percent, giving him the most votes of any sitting president in U.S. history.
Joe Biden Crosses 79 Million Votes, 10 Million More Than Obama
As of Wednesday morning, Biden had raked in 51 percent of the popular vote, compared to President Donald Trump's 47.2 percent. For his re-election bid, Trump received at least 73.4 million votes.
Up to 23,000 New Young Voters Could Make a Difference in Georgia Runoff
The cutoff date for new voters to register is Dec. 7, and under federal law, all 17-year-olds with a birthday before Jan. 5 are eligible to sign up.
Georgia Lawmaker Claims Media 'Suppressed' Voters Despite Record Turnout
"You and these pollsters have done more to interfere with this election than Russia and China combined," Georgia state Representative Vernon Jones said.
Donald Trump Jr. Casts Doubt on Whether Joe Biden Votes Surpassed Obama
"Does anyone really believe that Joe Biden shattered Obama's historic 2008 numbers? Does anyone really believe that he did that mostly in big cities? C'mon man!!!," Trump Jr. tweeted on Friday.
Biden Touts High Turnout From Women, Young People During Pennsylvania Stop
"We're going to have more people vote this year than any time in American history," Joe Biden said during an Election Day event in Philadelphia.
Texas Voter Turnout Skyrockets As Democrats Aim to Flip State Blue
Turnout in the Lone Star state this election has already eclipsed the entirety of the 2016 vote by 8 percent.
65% of Eligible Voters May Make Election Turnout Highest Since 1908
The 2020 election could see the highest voter turnout in more than 100 years as 50 million voters have already cast ballots.
Trump Will Drive High Voter Turnout in 2020—If States Can Get It Together
Recent elections indicate there will be unprecedented demand for ballots, particularly mail ballots, from Republicans and Democrats alike. The big question is whether election officials can handle it.
Coalition Launches $1 Million Effort to Get More Muslims to Vote in 2020
An unprecedented $1 million effort to persuade Muslim Americans to vote in the 2020 general election—"Million Muslims Voting"—has just been launched by a coalition of Muslim political groups.
Doug Jones Won Because of Black Women
Black women overwhelming voted for Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate race. It was a different story for white women.
Only Around 25 Percent of Alabama Is Expected to Vote
Alabama has been accused of undermining the voting rights of minorities.
Will Millennials, Latinos, Single Women Vote in 2018?
The Rising American Electorate, which includes millennials, minorities and women, could have a major impact on elections in 2018 and beyond.
Why Hillary Clinton Lost to Donald Trump
New studies shed light on how everything from James Comey to voter ID laws helped Donald Trump win.
The Political Establishment Is Failing Black Voters
Democratic politicians need to resist voter suppression and engage with black communities outside election time.
Millennial Registrations Spike But Will They Vote?
Social media platforms helped young people sign up to vote but turnout worries linger.
John Dean: Can Trump Win by Voter Suppression?
Trump does not plan to get out his vote, he is seeking to suppress Hillary's vote.