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.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Voter enthusiasm is up, but will Michigan — especially Detroit — be able to resolve a history of election issues?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Cable news drastically impacts how elections are called. This year, the cable channels have a chance to dial back and correct themselves.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The decision allows 1 million absentee ballots to be sent by the Thursday deadline set by WI law.
Reading Time: 5 minutes After Florida voters overwhelmingly gave ex-felons back their right to vote, the state used bureaucracy, fees, and fear to quash it.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Dispute over Green Party presidential candidates could force local election officials to make revisions, miss deadlines.
Reading Time: 3 minutes GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger vowed to charge 1,000 voters with voting twice during Georgia’s primary election. Critics say this reeks of voter intimidation.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Voting twice is illegal, but most states offer provisional voting so voters can cast a ballot as a fail-safe measure to make sure their vote is counted.