Secretaries of state are concerned about not just the federal government's request for voter information but also the information they're not getting about election security breaches.
Republicans currently enjoy a 2-to-1 lead among governors, but Democrats hope to start chipping away at that advantage this fall.
The new mayor of Jackson, Miss., may offer striking evidence of a nationwide trend.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on racial gerrymandering Monday, but judges still can't agree on what partisan gerrymandering looks like. Social scientists may be able to help.
Parties learn from losing, not winning. The lesson many progressives have drawn from Democratic defeats in 2016 is that the party needs to more fully embrace liberal policies and candidates.
Women have mobilized in large numbers to run for office before. Women-in-politics advocates want to make sure it's sustainable this time.