The political debate seems to have become an endangered species, and there are no assurances we'll see Trump, Biden or Haley share the stage this year.
There isn’t time to remove QR codes from paper ballots in Georgia, as Republican legislative leaders have proposed, before this year’s elections, GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Wednesday.
The two parties that have historically dominated Taiwanese electoral politics are trying to sell voters their visions of the island's future – starting with the issue of China.
Voters in Bangladesh cast ballots Sunday in an election fraught with violence and a boycott from the main opposition party, paving the way for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to seize a fourth term.
The results of the Dec. 20 election were announced amid calls from the opposition and civil society groups for the vote to be rerun due to logistical problems they said had undermined the balloting.
Plaintiffs in the challenge to Georgia Public Service Commission’s statewide elections appear headed to the U.S. Supreme Court
What have journalists learned from covering the 2016 and 2020 elections? How can we do better? We asked the man who led The Washington Post through the Trump presidency.
Fulton County will recount all the votes cast during the Nov. 7 election, including those for the Atlanta Board of Education contests.
A Georgia federal court judge declined this week to temporarily block the state’s controversial election rules, which several voting rights and civil rights organizations claim will disenfranchise Black voters throughout the 2024 election.
On Tuesday, the Georgia State Election Board rejected a proposal that would have increased the number of voters casting hand-marked paper ballots in the 2024 election cycle when existing touchscreen machines raise ballot privacy concerns.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit will determine whether to continue blocking provisions of Georgia’s 2021 election law overhaul that civil rights groups say discriminates against Black and disabled voters.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader on Sunday alleged "blatant and gigantic fraud" in the country's election after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner.
A mug shot for a former president and others in his circle: NPR's Scott Simon recalls his days as a crime reporter, and reflects on the significance of mug shots.
Ecuador is in a state of emergency after the assassination of a leading presidential candidate. Here's how the country got to this point.
Georgia’s secretary of state campaigns in Savannah for the state’s besieged voting system