The latest results of the Marketplace-Edison poll don't indicate much optimism among Americans after months of protests and pandemic shutdowns.
Campaigns and outside groups are spending tens of millions of dollars on legal challenges leading up to the election, trying to avoid even more damaging — and expensive — fights after polls close.
The explosion in Democratic donations has been connected to concern about the fate of the Supreme Court.
Economist Editor-in-Chief Zanny Minton Beddoes sees the magazine's forecasts as complements to traditional political reporting.
Most voters have already decided whom they want for president, experts say. Will undecideds vote at all?
Additional coronavirus aid for state and local governments is a likely point of contention.
That's a message that might be reassuring, depending on how the pandemic has treated you, or your business.
Finding and educating previously unregistered voters — and getting them to the polls — is an expensive business.
With record voter turnout expected in this year's elections, arenas and other large venues are turning into voting “supercenters."
That timing is raising eyebrows among some health experts.