September 11, 2019 -
To win control of the U.S. Senate in 2020, Democrats need to hold on to all their current seats and win at least three new ones. These are the races in Southern states that could prove to be key.
May 22, 2019 -
The Democrat-controlled N.C. Board of Elections has appointed a new executive director on a party-line vote. She'll be responsible for running two special congressional elections this year and implementing the state's new voter ID law, which is facing a lawsuit filed by voters who could be disenfranchised.
November 15, 2018 -
Voters in states across the South faced difficulties including long lines, closed polling places, malfunctioning machines, and voter intimidation. There were also registration issues that forced some voters to cast provisional ballots, which aren't necessarily counted.
October 9, 2018 -
Tuesday, Oct. 9 is the voter registration deadline in more than half of the states in the South. The deadline looms as dozens of key races for Congress, governor and other contests are expected to be decided by razor-thin margins, and interest in the November mid-terms grows among Republicans.
November 18, 2016 -
Asian Americans have become the fastest growing racial demographic in this politically divided state and could play a key role in 2016 and future elections.
November 4, 2016 -
With just two days left of early voting, African-American early voting in the biggest battleground state of 2016 is down 25 percent from four years ago. Why is black early voting down, and what are groups doing to close the gap heading into Election Day?