Florida's latest effort to cleanse its rolls has led to accusations of racism and a suit from the U.S. Department of Justice. But is there a fair way for states to clean up their lists?
The New York Times rewards Mitt Romney's deceptions.
How same-sex marriage will be won in the states
We're left to argue only the moral question.
They're the ones who matter.
A profile of life in one of the country's poorest counties
It can mean everything or nothing.
Could Jeb Bush be the leader of the party in 2016?
For years now, Republicans have pushed for more barriers to voting, with the implication that voting access will benefit Democrats. So how did the Republicans win Wisconsin's high-turnout recall?
Or at least that's what everybody thinks.
How the Obama campaign is selling women short
The state redrew its districts to help elect more moderates, but all it's likely to do is make the state even more blue.
It's the most important thing that ever happened! Or maybe it isn't.
The governor is proposing decriminalizing the public possession of small amounts of marijuana, but don't expect the legislation to get past state Republicans.
Understand the new crop of voter ID laws? Neither did we. Here's an explainer to help you through all the details.