Elections

President Joe Biden pointed to his predecessor’s false claims of election fraud as proof that the U.S. needs new laws to protect voting rights.
"Plenty of words come to mind to describe ... actions by one of America’s two major political parties," the editorial reads. "'Patriotic' is nowhere among them.”
“There’s a fundamental problem having partisan boards of elections,” said a New York elections attorney.
The preliminary tally does not account for nearly 125,000 absentee ballots.
National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said her party failed to win any of mainland France's 12 regions, slowing its momentum ahead of the presidential contest.
Trump supporters' "pre-planned vehicular assault" violated federal law prohibiting the coordinated intimidation of voters, the suit charges.
Republicans in statehouses across the country have introduced more than 250 bills seeking to make it harder for people to vote.
“We’re excited about the possibility here,” the civil rights attorney said.
Activists are eager to stop Tali Farhadian Weinstein, but disagree on the best strategy.
New York Democrats are putting ranked-choice in the spotlight, using what proponents say is a fairer system of voting to select a mayoral candidate.