In elections that begin next week, voters in 10 states will be required to present photo identification before casting ballots — the first major test of voter ID laws after years of legal challenges.
A District of Columbia judge is deciding whether to require elections officials to print the attorney general race on the April 1 primary ballot despite the fact the D.C. Council has voted to postpone the race.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is proposing to expand early voting to open all polls on the Saturday before Election Day.
Approval ratings for President Barack Obama among Hispanics have declined by 23 percentage points inside of one year’s time.
A recent Gallup Poll indicates that voter registration among Asians and Hispanics is lagging behind registration by blacks and whites in America.
The only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners across categories of movies, music and television, “People’s Choice Awards”, has announced that voting is now open for the 40th annual award show.
A recent poll indicates that the shutdown in particular has left the majority of people in the United States wishing for a third political party. But is that the answer to the problem of politics as usual?
Absentee voting has started for the Nov. 5 general election in all of Virginia’s 133 localities.
The Justice Department said Thursday it will sue Texas over the state’s voter ID law and will seek to intervene in a lawsuit over the state’s redistricting laws.
Kansas and Arizona officials filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday in an attempt to force a federal elections agency to change its voter registration forms to compel proof of citizenship.