Local organizing over national ads and more focus on mail-in voting are some of the takeaways from the recent election.
Election certification happens after every general election. This year, it’s looking to be costly.
A new report from the Brookings Institution says counties where the majority of voters supported President-elect Joe Biden are responsible for a much larger share of economic activity than those that supported President Trump.
Sorting through mail-in ballots takes significantly more time than in-person voting.
Analysts predict the outcome of the election will play a key role in what legislation makes it through the legislative process before the end of this year.
In Missouri, a change in the law allowed more people to vote by mail, but with a catch. A new group of volunteers stepped up.
Pennsylvania elections official Kenneth Lawrence says Montgomery County is gearing up for a deluge of mail-in ballots, and there won't be a final result on election night.
In the final run-up to Election Day, campaigns, parties and outside groups are rushing to spend unprecedented cash on hand.
According to the latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll, Biden supporters are less likely than Trump supporters to believe economic data from the federal government.