Exit polls show veterans played a pivotal role in Donald Trump’s surprise victory. Many said they weren’t sure what a Trump presidency would bring, but wanted to reject Hillary Clinton, who they said mishandled classified information and was unwilling to reform a broken VA health care system.
Voters went to the polls in a divisive presidential election roiled by anxieties over race, class and the fundamental integrity of the American electoral system itself.
Turnout among Asian Americans approximately doubled in battleground states, including Florida, North Carolina and Virginia, according to the Associated Press.
The militia-style group’s leaders believe Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign is more likely to cause violence than Republican Donald Trump’s.
The Trump campaign wanted to preserve the personal information of poll workers they alleged kept polling stations open two hours past closing time in areas with larger minority voting precincts.
Last weekend saw long lines – not for poached eggs and bottomless mimosas, but for early voting.
This election has come to be defined by so many different and often bizarre things. But, in these closing days, the focus has shifted from candidates and their positions to a more basic issue: access to the ballot box.
Election ID laws pose unique challenges to transgender voters who might not have IDs that reflect their gender or name.
The Justice Department announced that its Civil Rights Division plans to deploy more than 500 personnel to monitor this week’s general election in 28 states.
In the nearly 200-year history of Gwinnett County, every official elected to countywide office has been white.