Voters appear eager to cast ballots this fall. A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center of Public Affairs Research finds 71% of registered voters think the very future of the U.S. is at stake when they vote this year. Yet it also found 58% of Republicans still believe Biden’s election wasn’t legitimate.
Friday on Political Rewind: Partisan politics has paused between Florida Governor DeSantis and the Biden administration in the wake of #HurricaneIan.
Plus a judge handed down a ruling that may mean trouble for Rivian.
And Jimmy Carter celebrates his 98th birthday over the weekend.
Election conspiracy theorists are flooding local election offices with voter challenges and public records requests. The wave of inquiries is adding to the already heavy workload those offices face as they scramble to prepare for November's elections.
Voting advocacy groups in Georgia are working to mobilize a disengaged and diverse group of voters for the upcoming midterm elections that will determine not just leadership of the state government but could also once again decide control in Congress.
Friday on Political Rewind: We talk the latest on political advertising in Georgia's statewide races. What tone is each of the candidates striking with a month left before primaries? Meanwhile, new political forecasting paints a dreary picture for Democrats in 2022 elections. Politico's analysis labels Georgia’s Senate race a tossup.
A change in a Georgia website may have resulted in a sharp drop in people registering to vote as they obtained driver's licenses. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution finds the share of Georgians registering or updating information through the Department of Driver Services fell from 79% in 2020 to 39% last year.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office will soon move more than 185,000 voter registrations to inactive status, beginning the process for eventual removal from the state's rolls under a federally mandated list maintenance process.
Lawrence C. Ross, author of The Divine Nine, explains why Black sororities showed up and showed out for Kamala Harris—and how Black Greek organizations have long pushed for enfranchisement.
Cyber experts told the Department of Homeland Security in July that voter registration systems in California and Florida could be vulnerable to a hack, a closely-held report obtained by NPR reveals.
James Harrison is one of around 150 people now able to vote thanks to registration drives aimed at making sure the democratic process is accessible to everyone, regardless of housing status.
Virginia election officials said the problem, which was caused by a severed fiber optic line, was fixed after nearly six hours. Several politicians called for the deadline to be extended.
College campuses are traditionally a big venue for voter registration, but during the pandemic, political mobilization efforts are going virtual.
More than 7.2 million Georgians are eligible to cast their ballot in the state’s presidential preference primary next month, as state officials prepare...
Monday is the deadline to register to vote in next month's presidential primary.
Voting in Georgia has remained a prickly subject after last year's midterm elections. The governor's race between Republican Secretary of State Brian...