The U.S. midterm elections are Tuesday, Nov. 8, and voters who haven’t already voted will take to the polls to decide federal and local contests.
Voters in several states are running out of time to request an absentee or mail-in ballot for their upcoming general elections.
Nearly half of Americans with disabilities say they need help casting a ballot, but many are worried about new voting laws, according to a new survey.
Gov. Daniel McKee signed a bill codifying no-excuse mail voting, ballot drop boxes and an online mail ballot request portal.
Older voters continue to lean Republican in this year's Senate races, a new survey shows, but there have been significant shifts in seven battleground states from a comparable survey by the same organizations nearly two months ago. Overall, Republicans are on the cusp of gaining the six seats they…
President Barack Obama voted in his former Chicago neighborhood on October 20 — more than two weeks before Election Day. “I’m so glad I can early-vote,” he said as he cast his ballot. “It’s so exciting. I love voting.”
In their final scheduled debate before Election Day, Virginia’s two major-party candidates for the U.S. Senate sparred over their records on Social Security and Medicare while voicing similar views on steps needed to address their long-term financing.
Even if you’re not a political junkie, you’re probably aware of the all-out partisan fight for control of the U.S. Senate and House and statehouses across the nation. But you may not know about another hard-fought election contest that’s likely to be decided on Nov. 4.
Social Security has become a hot issue in the Alaska Senate race, one of the battleground contests that will determine which political party controls the Senate.
Just weeks before the midterm elections, congressional candidates across the nation are stepping up their efforts to woo older voters by zeroing in on the issues of Social Security and Medicare, especially in their campaign advertising, the New York Times reports .
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