A new survey maps out support for Christian nationalist views state by state. Those views found most favor in conservative rural states such as Alabama and West Virginia.
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Missouri has one of the strictest abortion bans in the U.S. Abortion rights supporters have until May to gather over 171,000 signatures to have the issue appear before voters this fall.
Abortion proved to be a major issue in the 2022 midterms and again in 2023. This year, the presidential race puts extra attention on the ballot. In Arizona, that means the issue is front and center.
NPR spoke to autoworkers, college students and Black churchgoers in the Detroit area about the general election. Many aren't excited about their likely choices, with some unsure they'll vote at all.
Rather than trying to keep their seats in Congress, two of North Carolina's U.S. representatives are vying for a role closer to home: state attorney general. It's one of the most closely watched attorney general races across the U.S. this year.
A boba tea shop, a burger joint, a soul food restaurant — what President Biden's food stops say about his campaign.
Biden and Trump win Michigan's primary, but "uncommitted" voters send Biden a message about his support for Israel. Two Alabama senate bills aim to protect IVF treatments in the state.
For some voters in the state who disapprove of President Biden's handling of Israel's war in Gaza, the primary was about sending a strong message: Change course or lose votes in the general election.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks about the 2024 U.S. Senate races with Jessica Taylor of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter.