America’s Electoral College system is difficult to explain, but it has successfully enabled the election of presidents since the country’s founding.
Find out how candidates who are not members of the two major U.S. political parties can still make their mark in American politics.
Read on to learn why ballots in American elections are offered in so many different languages and what some of those languages are.
The U.S. national election in November might be more challenging this year, but the U.S. democracy isn't going to let the new coronavirus change it.
U.S. presidential candidates have to win states to become president. Some states' choices are obvious, but others, the swing states, could go either way.
Super Tuesday voters and election workers in the state of Virginia weigh in on one of the foundations of American democracy: voting.
The United States has embraced democracy throughout its history. See how the country has expanded the right to vote to empower its citizens.
On March 3, Super Tuesday, voters will award more than a third of the delegates needed to win the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Election Day in the U.S. will give voters the chance to select local as well as national officials and perhaps weigh in on issues that affect their lives.