On the one hand, this year’s election seems to have historically low levels of undecided voters. But offsetting this is tremendous uncertainty about turnout and whose votes will be cast and counted.
Is saving Social Security still your number-one issue?
We are in the midst of an existential political crisis, one that too many Americans blithely shrug off because they do not—or cannot—believe the kind of power seizures, purges, and police-state repression that has happened in many other countries can ever happen here.
Postal service cuts are bad for public health...
Voter suppression has gotten more sophisticated in recent elections.
Indeed, the opposite is true — voting by mail is rarely subject to fraud.
Are Americans playing Russian Roulette with their vote?