Iranians vote for a president on Friday. In the streets of Tehran the expectation is that a hardliner will win, in part for lack of many other choices.
A pair of reports posted by pro-Trump media outlets falsely claim Fulton County is missing documentation and ballots from November's election, the latest attacks on Georgia's voting process by those who refuse to accept the results.
Special elections in Cobb County and South Georgia head to July runoff.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Religious leaders representing more than 1,000 churches staged a voting rights rally at the state Capitol yesterday. They said they will use Georgia’s new election laws as proof that congress must pass federal legislation removing barriers they say limit access to the vote for minority communities.
The Democratic primary win for former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe sets up a closely watched general election contest with Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Andrés Calderón, an independent lawyer and journalist, to check in about the Peruvian presidential election.
As part of an ongoing effort by some Republicans and Trump supporters to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election, you might have heard something about efforts to conduct a forensic audit on the ballots to prove fraud did — or did not — occur.
"It's an audit in name only," says one former election security official. "It's a threat to the overall confidence of democracy, all in pursuit of continuing a narrative that we know to be a lie."
President Biden says there needs to be a new push to register and educate voters, and new pressure on the Senate to pass a bill. Vice President Harris will lead his charge for voting rights.
Democrats kept control of the U.S. House seat left vacant by Interior Secretary Deb Haaland. The victory was expected.
Republicans have produced few examples of fraud — and they're seen as out of proportion to sweeping changes that seek to reshape the way many Texans vote.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says on Twitter that he will veto funding for the state Legislature after Democratic lawmakers walked out, blocking passage of new voting restrictions.
The Fulton County Sheriff's office is investigating why an alarm went off over the weekend at a warehouse that stores election equipment, the latest bizarre twist in an ongoing lawsuit seeking to prove thrice-counted absentee ballots were marred by fraud.
Two years after Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax was accused of sexual assault, he remains in office and is campaigning to be the state's next governor, raising big questions about race and #MeToo.
Republicans in the Texas Senate muscled one of the most restrictive new voting laws in the U.S. to the cusp of the governor's desk early Sunday.