Reading Time: 7 minutes How dumb can a congressperson be? This story on investigative journalism during the 1970s can only begin to answer that question. (You didn’t think we were referring to anyone in Congress today, did you?)
Reading Time: 4 minutes Some voters are experiencing expected delays at polling stations, others sailed right through, in what could be a record-breaking voter turnout year.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A fascinating collection of paintings and prints from the Great Depression, from the gorgeous to the grim.. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Work Projects Administration (WPA) made their creation possible.
Reading Time: 4 minutes There are several ways to register to vote, but do you know what the rules are in your state?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Cuts in the US Postal Service could have an impact on voting by mail, but that’s not the only obstacle to making certain that absentee ballots get counted.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Donald Trump’s campaign against voting by mail leaves voters a stark choice: risk catching COVID-19 or face four more years with Trump.
Reading Time: < 1 minute A virtual convention could lead to a virtual inauguration.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Black women are still fighting for the right to vote 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Republicans in Washington say they want to overhaul the US Postal Service. The last time they tried, they dug the cash-strapped agency into an even deeper hole.
Reading Time: 4 minutes We live in a two-party electoral system, with each side more opposed to compromise than ever before. What if we could rank more than one candidate and end the gridlock?