Transgender voting rights could be undermined in two broad ways during the 2018 midterm elections.
The more undemocratic tendencies of the US electoral system are growing stronger. As the midterm campaign season enters its final stage, it turns out that some votes count more than others.
A nail-biting race in what was thought to be a safe seat for Republicans in Ohio's 12th Congressional District is a troubling sign for the party in November.
Not all who register vote. Research shows factors like timing and major tragic events can influence who, in the end, makes it out to the polls.
The top two system in California was created to draw out more centrist candidates and voters, but data from primaries past show it's just not working.
Caribbean immigrants in Miami are upending old assumptions about black voters in Florida. Neither party should take them for granted in this November's midterm election.
In both Australian and overseas elections held in 2017, the left generally performed better than expected.
Research shows that married women tend not to relate as much to other women. This makes a big difference when a woman is on the ballot.
Democrat Jon Ossoff will face Republican Karen Handel in a runoff on June 20.