Donald Trump has become the first former president with a mug shot. He faces 13 felony counts in Georgia related to efforts to overturn the state's 2020 presidential election result.
The North Carolina Senate approved on Wednesday a pair of election and voting-related bills that include the latest attempts by Republicans to enact legislation that Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed in past years and to remove his control over the State Board of Elections.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has voted to remove two Republican members of the Surry County Board of Elections.
Some election officials are sending the call out to high school students, veterans and lawyers to help staff the elections. But COVID and the political climate are making it harder to recruit.
Otero County's Couy Griffin, who was convicted of entering a restricted area during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, must be removed from office for his involvement in an insurrection, a judge ruled.
The former president has remained a constant presence in this year's statewide primaries, endorsing more than 200 Republican candidates. Here's his win-loss record so far.
The daughter of a Yu'pik mom and a dad from Nebraska, Peltola defeated Sarah Palin in a special election. She'll be the first Democrat to represent Alaska in the U.S. House in 50 years.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with political reporter Jonathan Tamari about why Pennsylvania is such a key state in the 2022 midterm elections and how voters are talking it all in.
The prevalence or importance of voter fraud seems less a matter of fact than of faith. Those who accept Trump's claims are exercising their beliefs to push back against experts, courts and academics.
Legal experts say former President Trump won't gain any protections against ongoing investigations if he declares his candidacy for the 2024 presidential race, but it could complicate the optics.