While defective election systems can have disastrous results, fixing them is not beyond our reach.
Two runoff elections in Georgia this January will decide control of the Senate as Joe Biden heads for the White House.
Inspired by fellow romance novelist and voter rights advocate Stacey Abrams, Romancing the Runoff organized an auction for the two Democratic Senate candidates ahead of the Georgia runoffs.
Today is Election Day, and stars from all genres of entertainment proudly showed off "I Voted" stickers or encouraged fans to get to the polls.
You won't believe what it says on page 13.
Texans protests outside a federal courthouse the day before Election Day, calling on the state to count the 127,000 early votes in question.
The DOJ will send personnel to Detroit and Hamtramck again this election, but will also be monitoring voting compliance in Eastpointe, Flint, Highland Park, Jackson and Shelby Township.
With in-person voting looking very different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials say it is more important than ever for voters to be well-informed.
The court rules that the restriction wouldn't burden those living in geographically large cities with large populations.
"The right to vote and the right to keep and bear arms are not mutually exclusive. No voter should be forced to choose between these fundamental principles," State Rep. Beau LaFave said.
The president's plea to his "people" may increase the belligerence of armed militia members, but voting-rights advocates are ready to fight back.
Those who sought to register to vote on National Voter Registration Day in Louisiana through the state's online portal found a "scheduled maintenance" message.
The state failed to exclude the thousands of voters whose registration information is shielded from public records review.
The rule of law has prevailed in a key 11th Circuit Court of Appeals case pertaining to felon voting.
A Texas court blocked efforts to send applications for absentee ballots to all registered voters due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday, while similar legal attempts to limit mail-in voting have been made by the Trump campaign and Republican officials in multiple states.
A startling report published by the New York Post this past weekend should give pause to those who would downplay the problem of voter fraud.
The case outcome could affect up to 800,000 potential voters in a state that Trump only won by 113,000 votes in 2016.
For now, there must be assurances that no barriers are put in the way of voters who wish to cast their ballots by mail.
In 32 states, former felons often have to pay outstanding fines, fees or restitution before they can vote again.
Ohio's top election official announced Wednesday that the state will allow only one absentee ballot drop box per county for November's election. The state allows voters to request absentee ballots, which can be returned by mail or at drop boxes, without an excuse.
Mass mail-in voting presents far too many opportunities for fraud.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed an executive order restoring felons' right to vote.
If concern about voter fraud with mail-in ballots is delusional, it is a delusion that is shared by most of the world.
The late congressman, a beloved friend and inspiration to me, worked tirelessly to end voter suppression practices that are still being deployed today. We must take up the fight.
President Donald Trump issued a memorandum on Tuesday that would block undocumented migrants from being counted in the census for purposes of redrawing Congressional districts, but legal experts and advocates say it may not be feasible due to legal challenges and practical difficulties.
John Lewis played an integral part in the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in a lower court ruling that could prevent hundreds of thousands of Florida felons from voting in November's presidential election, despite an overwhelming majority of voters in the state having approved a constitutional amendment allowing them to vote.
There are a myriad problems, including fraud, voter registration logistics, and ballot harvesting, with expanded mail voting.