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Trump claims there’s a ‘Jexodus’ of Jewish voters leaving the Democratic Party, but the statistics tell a different story
In the 2018 midterm elections, 79% of self-described Jewish voters voted for the Democratic candidate in their congressional district.
Former Maine Gov. Paul LePage said a proposed state bill would dilute the votes of "white people" and make it "the minorities that would elect."
In many countries, universal suffrage is a relatively recent privilege. Here's when women won the right to vote in 25 places around the world.
Floridians with felony convictions are now beginning to register to vote after the state restored voting rights to 1.5 million felons
Florida residents with felony convictions are now beginning to register to vote.
The diverging midterm results show there’s a growing political chasm in America. And both parties look like they’re digging in.
Democrats solidified their dominance of America's cities and suburbs in Tuesday's midterm elections, which is bad news for the GOP.
Hospital patients thought they would miss out on Election Day — until these 2 nurses came to the rescue
Two nurses at New York City's Lenox Hill Hospital organized a group of volunteers to submit the ballots of sick patients this past Tuesday.
The top trending Google search on Election Day was ‘dónde votar’ as historic Latino voter turnout is expected for midterms
Google Trends said Tuesday morning that the top trending search in the US was "dónde votar," Spanish for "where to vote."
Long lines, broken machines, and gun scares — here are the reported problems voters are experiencing during the midterms
Excitement for this year's midterms is unusually high, but that doesn't mean that voting is easy.
Demi Lovato returned to Instagram for the first time since her apparent drug overdose in July and subsequent 3-month stay in a rehab program with a photo of her voting.
Native American groups issue more than 2,000 free IDs to their members to fight North Dakota’s voter suppression laws
North Dakota once had one of the most relaxed voting laws in the country, but Republican lawmakers cracked down on voting after the 2012 election.