We know too many potential voters are skipping Arizona elections. But why? And most importantly, what we can do about it?
U.S. Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s process for updating voter registration rolls: Read the decision here
A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio's method for removing ineligible voters from its rolls, saying it does not violate any part of the National Voter Registration Act.
Another legal challenge has been filed to a 2016 law that bars groups in Arizona from collecting early mail-in ballots from voters and delivering them as part of get-out-the-vote efforts.
They gathered Saturday at the state capitol to tell lawmakers they're fed up and ready to register tens of thousands of voters to spur change at the Republican-controlled Legislature.
The Department of State today took the next step toward modernizing Pennsylvania's elections by issuing an Invitation for Bid (IFB) to voting system firms.
A few years ago, Beverly Miller was about to begin her second tour of duty serving the people of Coplay — first as a council member and then as a judge of elections in the Second District — when a minor crisis emerged: One of the two inspectors of elections who was to oversee the polling place failed to show up.