Laws that have long kept campaigners away from voters at polling places may not work in a world where a T-shirt symbol can be interpreted as campaigning.
If teenagers organizing on social media can hamper a presidential campaign rally, how challenging is it to manipulate elections?
Millions of dollars are spent every election by corporations that want to influence state regulations and policies, and that's likely to continue in the upcoming election.
For many years, political operatives have been perfecting their use of the internet's vast array of social media platforms, websites and digital tools.
Everything is political. And that includes typefaces, write two scholars who found that people see one group of typeface styles as liberal, another group of styles as conservative.
What will happen to campaign workers after the Feb. 3 caucuses? It's a question that's in the cold Iowa air, carrying with it a subtle message about the state of democratic politics.
Considering the competitive nature of party politics in Ghana, campaign
strategies that evoke emotion and prepare voters remain one of the priorities of political parties.
Are our interests shifting away from film and towards TV series? As media changes, is there even a difference between TV and film?
Self-deprecating humor can be a savvy campaign strategy – but only for certain candidates.
New research suggests that raising public awareness about antimicrobial resistance may have unintended consequences.
Spamming in texts or by robo-calls may seem perverse, but it's unlikely to disappear. Here are some things you can expect leading up to the May election, and why they're allowed.
Congressional midterm election spending will likely hit a record $5 billion. But the spending masks the main problem with US campaign financing: who gives the money and what they may get in return.
The Electoral Commission has ruled the official campaign to leave the EU broke funding rules.
The broader nature of today's pro-choice movements show that a specific injustice can be a vehicle for highlighting wider social inequalities.
But there's little evidence the high spending changed any minds, says a political scientist who lives in the district.
Charities are limited in how much they can spend on campaigning. Is this justified?
The decision not to take action against a number of election candidates is not a whitewash, but it shows that the law needs a rethink.
As a candidate, Donald Trump – whose relationship with the WWE spans nearly 30 years – emulated the bombastic style of a pro wrestler. As president, it might be doing him more harm than good.
It's the biggest financial penalty ever paid by a British political party. Here's how the story unfolded.
What can future politicians learn from the president-elect's social media presence while on the campaign trail?