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These States Have Tried To Make It Tough For Minor Party Candidates To Get on The Ballots
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"It’s the worst year for hostility to minor parties and independent candidates since 1971."
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Where's Waldo? Oregon On The Lookout For AWOL Republican Politicians
The GOP lawmakers are on the lam to sabotage a vote on a historic bill to combat climate change.
Trump Lashes Out At Fox News — Again
Once again, President Donald Trump is bashing Fox News after his once-favorite cable network released a poll that showed him trailing potential 2020 opponents including former Vice President Joe Biden.
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Muslim Voter Turnout Is Way Up, New Report Finds
Politicians should take note, argues the Muslim group Emgage.
Texas To Halt Botched Effort To Find Noncitizens On Its Voter Rolls, Implement Fixes
Texas officials said they suspected nearly 100,000 noncitizens were on state voter rolls in January. But that conclusion was based on flawed data.
Joe Biden Announces 2020 Run
Former Vice President Joe Biden is running for president of the United States.
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Why This Voting Expert Is Really Optimistic About The Future Of Voting Rights
Josh Douglas, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, says reforms at the local level are a roadmap for the future.
Mitch McConnell Blasts Voting Bill
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called the Democrats’ voting bill a “political power grab.”
Mitch McConnell Says Election Day Holiday Is Dem 'Power Grab,' Twitter Users Erupt
"Only Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans could manipulate something as benign and well intentioned as making Election Day a holiday into a vast left-wing conspiracy."
GOP Governor Kim Reynolds Says Iowa Shouldn't Permanently Strip Felons' Voting Rights
“I don’t believe that voting rights should be forever stripped, and I don’t believe restoration should be in the hands of a single person,” she said.
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Here's Why Nonvoters Say They Stayed Home In The Midterms
Most Americans who missed out on Election Day now say they regret it.
Voter Fraud In North Carolina
Voter fraud in North Carolina could mean a whole new primary to fill the state’s 9th Congressional District in Washington, D.C.
Introducing 'Shut Out,' A New Podcast By HuffPost, About The Fight To Vote In America
The fight over the right to vote is at the center of American democracy right now. We dive in to how we got here.
Voter Fraud In North Carolina
One month after the midterm elections, there is still uncertainty as to who will represent North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District in Washington, D.C.
North Carolina Officials Had Prior Warnings Of Voting Issues, Report Says
Republican officials may have had an indication of electoral fraud as early as 2016, The Washington Post reports.
Utah Joins More Than 30 States That Have Legalized Medical Marijuana
The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law after lawmakers changed a bill approved by voters.
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Asian-Americans Favored Democrats By Far In Midterms: Exit Poll
“Attacks on immigrants and racist rhetoric, increasingly aimed at Asian immigrants and Asian-Americans, had some harmful consequences for the Republican Party."
House Democrats Want To Investigate Alleged Voter Suppression
Key House Democrats have indicated that come January, they will investigate alleged voter suppression.
Georgia Legislator, Arrested At Work, Says She Was ‘Singled Out As A Black Female Senator'
A white male colleague, who was not arrested at the same voting protest, agrees that state Sen. Nikema Williams was “treated differently.”
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White Women, Come Get Your People. (But Who Are Your People?)
A political science professor gives historical context to the ways that white women voters are (and more importantly, aren't) tied to each other.
Midterm Voters Significantly Expanded The Right To Vote
Voters approved anti-gerrymandering measures and extended the right to vote to over 1.4 million people.
Voters Across The Country Struggle To Cast Ballots On Election Day
Voting hasn’t been going smoothly for many people across the country.
How Americans Are Juggling Voting And Work This Election Day
Under federal law, employers aren't required to give workers time off to get to the polls, so many voters have come up with their own routines.
These Powerful Photos Show Voters Making Their Voices Heard Across The Country
It's Election Day.
Voters Report Issues Casting Ballots Across The Country
Long lines, locked buildings and broken machines are among the issues troubling voters.
Jimmy Kimmel Catches People Lying About Already Voting In The Midterms
"The folks you are about to see are not early voters, voters by mail. These are people falsely claiming they went to their polling place that morning."
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