Officials in Oregon, Colorado and other states are waiting for Biden officials to approve plans to automatically register hundreds of thousands of eligible voters when they apply for Medicaid.
Fears over how AI could be used to mislead voters are escalating in a year that will see hundreds of millions of people around the world cast ballots. As a result, tech giants are pledging action.
In one of the most segregated U.S. regions — New York's suburbs — voters of color are waging an unprecedented redistricting fight with an emerging tool for protecting voting rights at the local level.
The short answer for why the Nevada GOP is holding its own presidential caucus two days after the state-run primary election: Republicans don't like Nevada's new voting rules.
A federal appeals court has denied a request to revisit a ruling that threatens to make it harder to enforce a key section of the Voting Rights Act, setting up a potential appeal to the Supreme Court.
Even though two 2020 election workers in Fulton County, Ga., endured an onslaught of threats and harassment following baseless fraud claims, people there are eager to serve as poll workers this year.
Louisiana's new congressional map is a win for Black voters and likely brings an end to the state's long-running legal battle over redistricting. It could also see Democrats gain a seat in Congress.
The New Hampshire attorney general is investigating recorded calls that appear to use a voice crafted to sound like President Biden to tell voters not to cast their ballot in the state's primary.
Republican officials want GOP voters to embrace the habit of early voting. But the Republican Party needs its voters to overcome a stigma created by Republicans.
The state Republican Party is extremely confident the system will work Monday, but election experts can't help but notice parallels to Iowa Democrats' disastrous technology in 2020.