Election tactics and narratives suggest more threats to US democratic institutions in the next president election.
Joe Biden’s appeal to suburban and older voters will make him difficult to beat, some experts argue.
When candidates can get elected to Congress based on a mountain of lies they’ve told, is it time to reconsider whether such lies are protected by the First Amendment?
Weaknesses in the law governing how elections are run and votes counted in Congress led to the Jan. 6 insurrection. An election law scholar analyzes legislation just passed to fix those problems.
Compared with past midterms, voter turnout among young people jumped in 2022 – but it was still below 30%.
What happened to the predicted red wave in the US midterms?
Runoff elections in Georgia have a racist past, but the contest between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker for US Senate is a sign of progress.
The two were close colleagues, but now there’s little love lost between Trump and the man who may ruin his chances of another try for the White House.
Election of moderate rather than Trump Republicans makes a change in Ukraine policy less likely.
The Republicans have not done as well as predicted in the US midterm results.
Contrary to the misinformation about them, furries are similar to other groups that use fandom as a way of building community.
Local election administrators work under increasingly difficult circumstances, with dwindling resources and mounting challenges.
Thirty-five Senate seats are up for grabs in the midterm elections. What tasks and responsibilities await the winners?
‘I don’t like the candidates,’ ‘I don’t know enough to make a decision,’ ‘I don’t want to give this election legitimacy’ – an ethicist takes on nonvoters.
A new wave of prosecutors, known as progressives, say that public safety can exist with policies like eliminating cash bail for people charged with low-level offenses.
Most of the election-related lawsuits now before state courts focus on fine details of election procedures. This can be a costly, time-consuming process for state courts.
Americans’ political affiliations and views on key issues vary a lot by age. When fewer young people vote, winning candidates and policies may not reflect their views.
The US midterm election could see many deniers of election results gain office.
Voting by mail is safe from fraud and manipulation, is backed by people across the political spectrum and can be more convenient for many voters.
Since 1913, the number of seats in the House has remained constant even though the nation’s population has more than tripled.