Ballot measures in Tucson, Arizona and the states of Colorado and Washington give voters another say on hot-button social issues.
A ballot measure would make the city the most populous place yet in the U.S. to adopt the elections system.
The 29-year-old law student is also the city's youngest mayor in its history.
Republicans in Utah, Michigan, Wisconsin and elsewhere didn't like what voters chose last year, so they're simply undoing it.
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate appears in the ad, advocating for changes to Georgia's voting system.
State lawmakers across the country have introduced at least 230 voting rights bills since the November election.
The new law is part of a sweeping gun-control initiative passed in November.
Michigan lawmakers want to tweak voting reforms and make it more difficult to get a measure on the ballot.
Now that Democrats have complete control over the state government, they say they will swiftly push changes to the state's restrictive voting laws.
The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law after lawmakers changed a bill approved by voters.
The Republican candidate leads his opponent by 905 votes.
The Georgia gubernatorial candidate isn't giving up the fight just yet.
Long lines, locked buildings and broken machines are among the issues troubling voters.
It's local elections where the progressive wave is strongest.
In shadow of Cesar Chavez, turnout drive seeks to engage Latinos upset over Trump’s policies.
Kemp, the Republican nominee for governor, has dismissed demands to step down, including from Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams.
These are the candidates inspiring me to show up and raise my voice this November.
The system allows voters to rank candidates in order of preference.