'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.
Where you vote can make a difference in how you vote. Although the influence can be small, some ballots are decided by fractions of a percent.
Vice presidential picks don't have much direct effect on campaigns, but can give voters insight on a candidate's judgment and leadership ability. Early Cabinet selections are likely to be similar.
Decriminalizing medical and recreational marijuana may exacerbate racial inequality within the criminal justice system, among other things.
One way in which Latino voters vary is where they or their forebears came from. In states like Florida, that difference matters.
It is becoming clear that this election season, the Democratic Party will likely adopt a center-left agenda.
Schools and colleges can teach political hope that can help citizens make better choices.
Young people have registered to vote in record numbers. Here are three things every young person can do to change the election.
Britain is once again going to the polls and encouraging people to vote may be as important as asking them to vote for a particular party.
Ever wondered why there are always so many people in the undecided column in an election poll?
Tactical voting and shifting party allegiances mean the final week could change everything.
Research from around the world shows that UK leaders are actually better at putting their pledges into action when they win office than voters think.
Health care, immigration and trade have been hot topics during the campaign and are likely to come up during the fifth Democratic debate.
Study shows voters struggle to take media bias into account – even when they are explicitely told it's there.
New research shows parliamentarians believe the key to improving trust between them and their constituents is in improving links to the community and better educating the public about our democracy.
Plenty of services use AI to study your behaviour to suggest new things to you. So could such a tool help you decide how to vote?
South African voters felt that mobile political campaigns were intrusive, violated their privacy and made them feel disillusioned with the political process.
Hispanics oppose Trump's immigration policies in larger numbers than the rest of the population. But their opinions are divided sharply across partisan lines.
About one-third of Canadians don't bother to vote in federal elections. Many people cite "everyday life issues," like the time it takes to vote, as reasons why they don't participate.
WeChat is now a must for politicians. How they can best harness it to win key votes is a trickier question.