After the 2020 election saw record levels of mail-in voting, election officials saw less mail ballots than at the height of the pandemic but the method is still much more widely used than before.
After years of criticizing mail voting and so-called ballot harvesting as ripe for fraud, Republicans at the top of the party want to change course. They're poised to launch aggressive get-out-the-vote campaigns for 2024 that employ just those strategies.
After disappointing results in this year's elections, Republicans are reevaluating their antipathy to mail voting.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: It's a rainy runoff election day in Georgia. After building up a likely early lead, Sen. Raphael Warnock is warning his supporters not to skip voting today. A day-of Republican surge could push Herschel Walker above 50%. Our panel of political experts give their final insights.
Nonprofit organizations in Georgia are digging deep to ramp up their operations again after Election Day to inform voters about the closely watched runoff race for one of the state's Senate seats. Kendra Cotton, CEO of New Georgia Project, says many of the voters they are targeting don't know there is a runoff.
Tuesday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: After hours of voting, the secretary of state's office reports very few issues statewide. By tonight, most races will be settled, but at least one race could head into a runoff. Our panel sees how campaigns are ending and what role Georgia may play on the national stage.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's Election Day in Georgia. Will the U.S. Senate race go into a runoff? Will the Abrams campaign prove the polls wrong? Will Republicans sweep down-ballot races? Our panel watches the polls in our first of two Election Day shows.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's finally Election Week in Georgia. Herschel Walker campaigned at UGA's home game Saturday, but he may not attend a Kemp campaign rally tonight with the GOP ticket. Sen. Warnock is rallying a hometown audience in Savannah as Stacey Abrams campaigns in metro Atlanta. Plus, David Ralston steps down as Speaker of the House.
Republican activists who believe the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald Trump have crafted a plan that, in their telling, will thwart cheating in this year's midterm elections. The strategy: Vote in person on Election Day or — for voters who receive a mailed ballot — hold onto it and hand it in at a polling place on Nov. 8.
Big on ideas but short on policy specifics, the agenda keeps with a tradition established with 1994's "Contract with America" where the minority party releases their priorities ahead of Election Day.
The National Basketball Association announced Tuesday that there are no games scheduled for November 8 in an effort to encourage fans to vote in the 2022 midterms.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Voters are flocking to the polls on election day. David Perdue got one last shout-out from Donald Trump. Meanwhile, Gov. Kemp got a boost from Trump's former vice president. Georgians also have to decide on lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, and more.
Fox News and The Associated Press, which NPR relies on, were the earliest to call Arizona for Biden. Other networks didn't follow for days, as Biden's lead shrank dramatically and some doubted the AP.
Domestic terrorism analysts say that the drawn-out vote count and fiery rhetoric from the White House are inflaming tensions.
People who live on America's 326 Indian reservations often have a harder time voting due to bad roads and lack of formal addresses. The pandemic is adding challenges.