Reading Time: 3 minutes The first presidential debate had no shortage of punchy one-liners, but when it came time to debate the election itself, the candidates could not be further apart.
Reading Time: 7 minutes They don’t call it the Keystone State for nothing.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Americans are growing more wary of voting as the election looms. What do we really know about voting machines and the people in charge of them?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Case may herald US Supreme Court’s election role.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Luzerne County election officials alluded to inadequate training after a “seasonal contractor” threw away absentee ballots.
Reading Time: 5 minutes In two of the last five presidential elections the winner lost the popular vote but won in the Electoral College; so why does the Electoral College still exist?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Excerpt from “Is This Any Way to Vote?: Vulnerable Voting Machines and the Mysterious Industry Behind Them” by Celeste Katz Marston and Gabriella Novello.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Schools are rated on all kinds of factors. This year, WhoWhatWhy ranked them in terms of student voter turnout and accessibility. Months of research boiled down to the top schools in every state, whether they make it easy for their students to vote.
Reading Time: 22 minutes Law Professor and election expert Edward Foley on how to understand the election results of 2020, and how long it may take them to come into focus.
Reading Time: 6 minutes With a pandemic bearing down, and campus voting sites stifled, student voters still look for ways to make their voices heard.