In the nearly 200-year history of Gwinnett County, every official elected to countywide office has been white.
Claims of vote rigging and voter suppression have dominated the 2016 election, against a backdrop of voting rights already under siege in a way they haven’t been since the civil rights movement. Reveal reporters and producers are in the field in key locations, documenting what’s happening on the ground in real time.
More than 4,000 North Carolina voters had their voter registration canceled in recent weeks after a handful of Republican activists filed coordinated challenges against them.
Despite years of urgent warnings from computer scientists and condemnation from the federal government, more than 30 states will allow some form of internet voting. Thousands of votes will stream in through insecure portals.
Across the country, thousands of people with appointed guardians routinely lose the right to vote under state laws. Some say the laws prevent voter manipulation and fraud. But advocates say they are built on flawed assumptions about the abilities of disabled people.
On Nov. 8, New Mexicans will vote on a constitutional amendment to overhaul the use of money bail in the state.
A Cleveland homeless organization and the Ohio Democratic Party are asking the U.S. Supreme Court for an emergency stay of a ruling they warn will disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters in the battleground state during this presidential election.
Early voting has begun in Texas, officially marking the home stretch of what has been an extraordinary election season — even in the Lone Star State.
Reveal looks at the technology we’ll be using to vote next month, and whether the trend toward internet voting makes our ballots more vulnerable.
This presidential election is the first since the Supreme Court gutted historic voter rights protections. Reveal examines the impact of state laws that rushed in to fill the void. Are they fighting fraud or changing election outcomes?