Despite efforts to make the state’s voting system sound, there are pressing problems, which, should they persist, will have a disastrous impact on the state and the nation.
Local election administrators across the country face new problems and threats. But their budgets for new voting equipment remain inadequate.
Despite the Trump administration's stand, the Organization of American States is calling for a new election.
The former presidential nominee, who launched a recount effort last week, also sued Pennsylvania to force a recount in that state.
Michael Isikoff (pictured), an investigative correspondent for Yahoo News, explains what it would take for foreign or domestic hackers to disrupt the general election.
The country’s Constitutional Court ordered a do-over after the race ended with a margin of less than 1 percentage point and allegations surfaced that voting had been “rigged.”
Days before Hillary Clinton won the primary in the U.S. territory, the party reduced polling locations from 1,510 to 432.
A record-shattering 18 million are registered to vote ahead of Tuesday's high-stakes primary.