A new poll suggests that among Democratic voters, the most civically engaged are the least religious.
Thousands of pages of internal records are likely to bolster critics of the short-lived Trump administration's commission on voter fraud.
"There's no real evidence of it anywhere," a former member of the commission tells The Associated Press.
In these darkest of days, here’s what gives me hope.
The closures result in lower voter turnout and decreased political accountability, and that generates a financial cost.
It is a setback for those who hoped voting maps would be redrawn in time for the 2018 midterms.
The Supreme Court's recent decision on the state's so-called “Supplemental Process” law could lead others to take steps to disenfranchise minorities, the poor and people with disabilities, who tend to vote Democratic.
The 5-4 decision upholding Ohio's voter registration practice has major implications for voting rights nationwide.
The largest political party in America isn’t the Democratic Party or the Republican Party. It’s the party of nonvoters.