Technology has changed U.S. presidential debates since the days of Abraham Lincoln, but debates still give voters important information about candidates.
From the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858 to present day contests, presidential debates have given voters valuable information about candidates.
A joint agreement among 33 nations calls for free and fair elections in Venezuela as soon as possible in a process driven by Venezuelans.
Maduro's call for Venezuelans to participate and choose in a snap National Assembly election raises questions about whether the vote will be free or fair.
The 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920. Learn how this was the first step to ensuring all women could vote in the U.S.
Prior to 1965, African Americans in the South were often blocked from voting. But an important law remedied that, and altered the U.S. political landscape.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 enforces the U.S. Constitution's guarantee of the right to vote. Learn about the history and importance of this law.
Maduro continues to obstruct democracy inside Venezuela. Learn how this starts with Maduro's Supreme Court and ends with election fraud.
America’s Electoral College system is difficult to explain, but it has successfully enabled the election of presidents since the country’s founding.