These states’ drawn-out 2018 counts could hold significance for future ballot design, voting machines and barriers against voter suppression.
The Democrat says she'll fight the "gross mismanagement" of the election in federal court as the path is cleared for Brian Kemp's victory.
More ballots need to be counted, but the outcome of the midterm elections in the two southern states may not change.
A federal court extended a lifeline to Stacey Abrams and other candidates in Georgia on Tuesday.
Facing widespread voter suppression, Democrats are pursuing a two-pronged legal strategy to force a runoff with Republican Brian Kemp.
The GOP gubernatorial candidate has purged tens of thousands from the rolls. An activist and an investigative journalist assess his chances.
The midterm elections offer revealing lessons for both parties as battle lines begin to emerge for the 2020 presidential election.
A range of issues have added more chaos to a bitterly fought election that produced split results in the House and Senate.
The Democratic candidate is relying on massive turnout to deliver her to victory in Tuesday's gubernatorial race.
In the Sunshine State, a remarkable citizen initiative could restore the right to vote to over 1.4 million Floridians.