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.
Learn about the U.S. suffrage movement and the women depicted in a sculpture on display in the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Political polls provide a snapshot of how the electorate might vote at a particular moment in time. Learn the basics of polling.
Voters in states across the U.S. choose their candidate for presidential nominee in several different ways. Learn about U.S. presidential primaries.
In four graphics, we take a look at the 116th Congress, including the historic number of women, as well as a bit about their backgrounds.