Local election administrators across the country face new problems and threats. But their budgets for new voting equipment remain inadequate.
The fight over gerrymandering in Pennsylvania is a microcosm of the anything-goes tactics the GOP is employing to take and hold power.
Voting rights advocates suspect federal agencies might be working with members of the disbanded panel to try to justify Donald Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud.
Truthdig shares photo and video updates from the Women's March demonstrations in Washington, D.C., New York City, Seattle and beyond.
Donald Trump got one thing right: The voting system is “rigged"—though not in the way he thinks.
In a new case, the justices have the power to end extreme partisan gerrymandering before 2020. But what if they don't?
Former state Sen. Dale Schultz laments his support for tighter voter rules and reconfiguring districts and says he's happy the Supreme Court will weigh partisan gerrymandering.
The Green Party's 2016 presidential nominee has been popping up in headlines again, drawing renewed ire from Democrats for her role in the election.
"The Best Democracy Money Can Buy" says millions of minority votes were discounted through a voter cross-check program. Now, Palast demands that the Justice Department investigate.
Voter-suppression tactics targeted communities of color and may have led to inaccurate voting results in the 2016 election. Greg Palast, along with other voting-suppression experts, goes to Washington, D.C., to discuss the new "Jim Crow" elections.