After being controlled by the federal government for over a century, could Puerto Rico be on a path to statehood?
The Election Assistance Commission's executive director allowed two of the four commissioners to work outside the Washington, D.C., area and agreed to pick up the costs of their travel to and from the office.
The Constitution doesn't bar non-citizens from voting, but when San Francisco opened up school elections to all residents, a conservative firestorm followed.
The Supreme Court rejected the reasoning behind the administration's proposed addition of the question, so the president would need to provide a new rationale.
New innovations are forcing citizens to revisit some foundational questions of governance about who should be shaping the future of the country.
Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a measure making the restoration of voting rights for people convicted of felonies contingent on having paid off all criminal debt.
The legislation, which disproportionately affects black voters, will prevent hundreds of thousands of citizens from voting.
After North Carolina passed strict voter ID laws, trans activists in the state successfully advocated to reduce the DMV requirements for changing gender on an ID.
The breach of two Florida election systems during the 2016 elections are a lesson in how not to handle election interference by foreign governments.
The concerns were echoed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, whose office offered $75 million to help pay for 100 more early voting sites.
As more states expand absentee voting, elections boards must balance voter accessibility and ballot security.
In November, voters passed an amendment restoring the right to vote for those convicted of a felony, but new legislation could diminish its potential impact.
Bernie Sanders supports expanding the U.S franchise to people in prison. Pete Buttigieg does not. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are unsure.
States in the Deep South limit access to the polls. So does New York.
It all began with an ethics complaint.
Fourteen states have signed a law pledging their electoral votes to the national popular vote winner, regardless of whether that candidate wins the state.
Comoros Gendarmerie officers disperse opposition supporters in the city of Moroni on March 25th, 2019.
Bills securing native voting rights are destined to fail in the Republican-controlled Senate, but might find success at the state level.
H.R. 1 would transfer the power to draw congressional districts from state legislatures to independent, non-partisan commissions.