by Kira Lerner Apr 19, 2016
On primary day, some New Yorkers are arguing for their right to vote before election judges.
by Emily Atkin Apr 19, 2016
"The traffic to our polling hotlines has been pretty significant," Clarke told ThinkProgress.
by Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
"My goal is to try to change my one non-vote into three votes."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 18, 2016
"What types of places would be allowed to stay open? Only wealthy areas, where people tend to vote Republican."
by Kira Lerner & Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
Voters in the lawsuit say their party affiliations were mysteriously changed.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 14, 2016
The new lawsuit from the Democratic Party aims to remedy the problem before November, when the key swing state could help determine the fate of both the White House and the Senate.
by Aaron Rupar Apr 11, 2016
"They feel very, very guilty," Trump said.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 8, 2016
"Wisconsin's law remains the harshest in the country and continues to be a threat to our democracy."
by Emily Atkin Apr 7, 2016
"I like to say we have a closed-shut primary system."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 5, 2016
“People want to do their civic duty but this is kind of ridiculous," one student said.