Thousands of Ohio voters will likely continue to be disenfranchised every election over minor errors on their ballot, after the Supreme Court declined Monday to get involved in a case challenging the practice in the pivotal swing state.
The man in charge of the nations’s largest voting system says the National Security Agency’s failure to share information about threats to American elections “places our democracy in harm’s way.”
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to Wisconsin’s 2011 congressional map—raising the possibility that it could rein in lawmakers’ ability to draw district lines in ways that benefit their party, thwarting the will of voters.
An Arizona Republican wants to make it illegal for students to vote from their campus addresses.
Pennsylvania’s Republican-drawn congressional map is an illegal partisan gerrymander that “is utterly unresponsive to — and often flouts — the will of voters,” a new lawsuit filed Thursday alleges.
Voting in Texas was plagued by long lines, issues with registration and voter ID, and intimidation, hitting blacks and Latinos hardest, a new report finds.
A Democratic push to expand access to the ballot in Pennsylvania has hit a roadblock, with one top Republican calling voting a responsibility that shouldn’t be made too easy.