A block on the ballot?
Voters haven't requested this many ballots since Barack Obama’s first presidential election in 2008.
A lawsuit alleges that Georgia's secretary of state is practicing voter suppression.
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law submitted a pre-suit demand letter to the Randolph County Board of Elections in Georgia, objecting to a plan that would close 75 percent of the polling places in the predominantly African-American county.
The 2018 election cycle offers an opportunity to end the drought of Black governors.
A new poll sheds valuable insight.
There is strength in numbers.
Stacey Abrams, in one of several races to watch, holds a strong lead in her historic run for governor.
Setti Warren dropped out for financial reasons.
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