2022 Midterm Elections: Black Georgia Voters Turning Out In High Numbers Despite New Restrictive Laws
Volunteers on the ground are helping people navigate the new layer of voter suppression laws, says Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown.
Voter Suppression 911: What To Do If You're Turned Away at the Polls
Here’s how to make sure your vote counts.
Why Early Voting Is Now The Coolest Thing You Can Do In America
No matter how long the wait, we are ready to hit the polls.
Party At The Polls: ‘When We All Vote Together' Celebrates National Early Voting Day
Come out for free food and community.
Early Voting Begins in South Carolina And Voters Line Up Quickly To Cast Ballots
Black voters in the state are standing in long lines.
Supreme Court Rejects North Carolina Appeal on Election Law
Law eliminated same-day registration during early voting.
Something to Talk About: Obama's Ballot Box Love Triangle
The president's brush with a jealous boyfriend.
Obama Keeps His Schedule Clear to Focus on Ebola
White House giving POTUS room to maneuver the crisis.