The turnaround in Cincinnati can serve as an inspiration.
After the registration deadline, advocates will try to boost turnout. They’re urging people already to make plans for voting and check out how.
Some Republicans in the state want to go so far as to decertify its 2020 electoral votes.
Pennsylvania has always defied easy categorization. That's what makes it so great.
The delay was not inevitable, but instead the product of a contentious disagreement between state politicians.
Trump, militias, and the long history of voter intimidation and violence in the Midwest.
Many incarcerated people have the right to vote, but steep barriers can make it nearly impossible. In Cook County, Illinois, that’s starting to change.
Incumbent Jim Jordan faces challenges from Democrats and (former) Republicans alike.
How one Indiana community rejected Trumpism.
Prison gerrymandering is distorting democracy in states across the Midwest and nationwide, leaving incarcerated people with inequitable representation—or none at all.