A conversation with Gilda R. Daniels, author of “Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America.”
Finding and educating previously unregistered voters — and getting them to the polls — is an expensive business.
A new ruling means anyone with a felony conviction in Florida must pay fees, fines and restitution before they can vote.
We take a look at what states are doing to prepare for the midterm elections.
This campaign season, millions of dollars are being spent to convince young voters to register and vote in the midterm elections.
A short campaign in September resulted in thousands now registered to vote.
In many places it costs a lot to register voters who are not already signed up to vote, and that leaves a lot of people out of the democratic process.
Let's start with the anatomy of a troll: First you email. Then you follow up with a text. Then, if all else fails, you place a phone call. All of this to get your kid in college to register to…