2018 Elections

Officials can discard such ballots if they decide signatures on them don't match ones on file. But the suit notes they aren't handwriting experts.
“There’s a common assumption that white men are the more electable candidates ― but our research found the opposite,” the research group's director said.
The 2020 presidential hopeful made clear why he believes Democrat Stacey Abrams lost the 2018 Georgia governor's race to Republican Brian Kemp.
Analysis by the Pew Research Center provides evidence against the long-held notion that younger generations in the U.S. don’t turn out to vote.
The presidential hopeful faced a New Hampshire voter who questioned his refusal to support a fellow Texas Democrat for Congress in 2018.
Critics say a similar "war room" during the 2018 U.S. midterms existed mainly for marketing purposes.
Premiering May 1, the Netflix documentary chronicles the campaigns of four women, including Ocasio-Cortez, who took on congressional incumbents in 2018.
The board’s executive director said an operative for candidate Mark Harris tried to conceal illegal acts with absentee ballots.
The fact voters waited so long, he said, was good because it meant a lot of people wanted to vote.
The congresswoman got a huge ovation when she appeared via video conference after the premiere of the political documentary "Knock Down the House."
Nonprofits and industry groups with undisclosed funding poured $150 million into the 2018 elections.
Arrests under the program spiked from fewer than 300 a month in mid-2016 to 945 in January 2018.
Mark Harris said he was actually hurrying to watch the college football championship -- not to duck reporters.
The senator-elect wouldn't say why he didn't have a problem when Trump was falsely accusing Barack Obama of being born in Africa.
A new analysis of the 2018 elections shows that even when Republicans did talk about taxes, it wasn’t about their big corporate tax cut.
Jens Lutz says the board received multiple forged requests for absentee ballots, including one on behalf of a dead person.
Most Americans who missed out on Election Day now say they regret it.
Party officials want the state to certify a Republican congressional candidate the winner of a race amid a probe into election irregularities.
They say they'll send people back to the polls if officials can determine the race between Mark Harris and Dan McCready was tainted by fraud.