"I am so grateful to be home in time to vote!"
This is what democracy looks like!
The American people need to see this.
"I like to vote in the morning. The lighting is so much better."
It was a tiny bit, how do you say, rigged?
State legislators in Idaho have refused to accept federal funding that could help thousands without health insurance get coverage. Meet “Reclaim Idaho,” the group that’s trying to do what elected officials won’t and put Medicaid expansion up for a vote in November.
In Idaho, any Democrat running is a long shot. But Paulette Jordan — who, if elected, would become the first Native American to serve as a governor — doesn’t mind the odds, and isn’t heeding calls to let an older, white, established candidate take her place.
Beto O’Rourke’s grassroots campaign to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz is blazing across Texas. But can it convert energy into actual votes?
In Montana’s sole congressional district, Democrat Kathleen Williams is trying to convince voters that Greg Gianforte — and the Trumpian values he represents — is not who they are.
In San Juan County, a majority Navajo population has lived for decades with a primarily white, Mormon government. This election could change that — if people can cast their vote.
Abrams’ “unlikely voters” are ready to mobilize in the face of national attention and voter suppression: “Right now, it’s go time.”
"I am refusing to play small."
"Don't just fight for yourself. Fight for all the people who need your help."
You are the company you keep — and that definitely goes for presidents.