Some states had ballot measures aimed at making it easier to vote or designed to take some of the politics out of how electoral districts are drawn up.
by Jessica Huseman, ProPublica | Nov 10, 2018
Instead of fireworks from voter intimidation or cyberattacks, Americans grappled with the mundane frustrations of using dated equipment to vote in huge numbers.
by Isaac Arnsdorf, ProPublica | Nov 7, 2018
Thousands of pages of internal records are likely to bolster critics of the short-lived Trump administration commission.
by Jessica Huseman, ProPublica | Aug 4, 2018
It never made it to its third meeting, but the friction — and the lawsuits — live on.
by Jessica Huseman, ProPublica | Jan 6, 2018
The president dissolved the commission and indicated that the Department of Homeland Security will continue its mission. Experts say DHS won't achieve the results he wants — and critics won't back down.
by Jessica Huseman, ProPublica | Jan 4, 2018
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