While some Republican lawmakers continue to support a controversial “investigation” of the 2020 general election and stricter voting laws, recently proposed improvements to the election code have garnered bipartisan support.
With Election Day less than a week away, and delays persisting at the USPS, voters should drop off their mail-in ballots in person or vote early instead, according to elections experts.
It's no longer safe to assume your ballot will arrive on time if you send it by mail. You can, however, vote in person, but keep in mind there are some things to be aware of.
Massive sports venues across the country have helped make safe, socially distant early voting a reality during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nov. 3 is fast approaching, and many voting rules have changed already. To make sure your vote is counted, we break down everything you need to know about voting in person on Election Day.
The Keystone has put together a checklist to help explain the voting process and get you prepared for the general election.
Missing the deadline doesn’t mean you can’t vote. Here’s what you need to register to vote in person in Michigan.