New York, Kentucky, and Virginia are holding primary elections today. Here's what you need to know.
The chaos surrounding voting in a pandemic is a manifestation of a landmark Supreme Court case that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
In spite of long delays, these two Latinos and a Black mother and son showed up to cast their ballots. This is what their experience at the polls was like.
Americans in nine states and Washington D.C. will cast their ballots in primary elections on Tuesday, despite massive social unrest and an ongoing global pandemic.
Voter registration groups have been forced to overhaul their operations and adapt to the new normal in order to meet people where they are: at home online.
By a 16-point margin, 55% to 39%, voters say they think Biden would do a better job than Trump in managing the coronavirus crisis.
Meanwhile, Georgia and Louisiana have postponed their presidential primaries.