Tagged With Voting

Trump doesn't have until November 3 to turn around his faltering reelection campaign

3 things you can do right now to make voting easier and help avoid an election catastrophe in November

As the president continues to spread conspiracies about mail-in ballots, here are all the Trump officials who have voted by mail

Emotional video shows the moment a crowd of voters was allowed into a polling place in Kentucky after a judge's ruling briefly reopened it

Trump's 2020 campaign manager didn't vote for him in the 2016 election — or at all

LeBron James suggests voting practices are 'structurally racist' amid widespread election chaos in Georgia

Georgia's primary elections quickly descended into chaos, with voting-machine problems, a lack of paper ballots, and hours-long lines at polling places

An online voting system used in Florida and Ohio can be hacked to alter votes without detection, researchers found

Long lines, missing mail-in ballots and confusion this week exposed the problems that could plague the November election

Trump is pushing a dubious and implausible theory that foreign countries will interfere in the 2020 election by mass producing counterfeit ballots

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who has promoted conspiracy theories about mail-in-voting fraud, voted by mail 11 times over the past 10 years

Twitter tried to correct Trump's falsehoods about vote by mail, but the platform's first fact-check on the president's tweets was itself misleading

'It's certainly disappointing': Michigan's top election official rebukes Trump's threat to withhold federal funding over the state expanding vote by mail

Jared Kushner and Donald Trump don't have the power to cancel the presidential election. But millions may still face hurdles to voting.

More Americans than ever are expected to vote by mail this year, which means we probably won't know who won the 2020 presidential race until days after election night

California will now send every registered voter a mail-in ballot for November elections, in light of coronavirus concerns

The coronavirus pandemic could actually finally change youth turnout in elections, according to a March For Our Lives cofounder and an expert in generational differences

'Voter suppression on steroids': Wisconsin's decision to hold the state's in-person primary amid the COVID-19 pandemic will suppress voters, advocates warn

Photos and videos show Wisconsin voters trying to socially distance in line at the polls to cast ballots during a pandemic

Trump reportedly rejected approving a bailout package that would rescue the US Postal Service, and it could be a disaster for states trying to expand voting by mail