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Op-Ed Columnist: A Counterattack on Voting Rights

Op-Ed Columnist: A Counterattack on Voting Rights

Mail-in ballots at an elections center in Salt Lake City in 2016.
Disenchanted Youth May Tip Mexican Election to López Obrador

Disenchanted Youth May Tip Mexican Election to López Obrador

A young supporter of Andrés Manuel López Obrador during a campaign rally this month in Chimalhuacán, on the outskirts of Mexico City.
Disenchanted Youth May Tip Mexican Election to López Obrador

Disenchanted Youth May Tip Mexican Election to López Obrador

A young supporter of Andrés Manuel López Obrador during a campaign rally this month in Chimalhuacán, on the outskirts of Mexico City.
Erdogan Hasn’t Killed Turkey’s Democracy Yet

Erdogan Hasn’t Killed Turkey’s Democracy Yet

People gathered outside the Justice and Development Party headquarters in Istanbul on Sunday.
Only in New York: Where Primary Day Comes Twice a Year

Only in New York: Where Primary Day Comes Twice a Year

New Yorkers headed to the polls Tuesday for congressional primaries. They will return in September for state primaries, making New York the only state in the nation where the elections are not being
Democrats Take Major Step to Reduce Role of Superdelegates

Democrats Take Major Step to Reduce Role of Superdelegates

The role of superdelegates caused deep tensions in the 2016 Democratic presidential race between Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, including at the Democratic National Convention.
Democrats Take Major Step to Reduce Role of Superdelegates

Democrats Take Major Step to Reduce Role of Superdelegates

The role of superdelegates caused deep tensions in the 2016 Democratic presidential race between Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, including at the Democratic National Convention.
Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Richard Ojeda, a Democrat running for Congress, campaigned in Logan, W.Va., in early July. He has built support in a deep red coal-country district by riding a wave of labor activism sparked by a
Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Richard Ojeda, a Democrat running for Congress, campaigned in Logan, W.Va., in early July. He has built support in a deep red coal-country district by riding a wave of labor activism sparked by a
There Is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats Are Bracing.

There Is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats Are Bracing.

Abdul El-Sayed, a liberal candidate for governor of Michigan, worked the crowd at a barbecue in Milford. He is part of a wave of young politicians redefining the left in the Democratic Party.
There Is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats Are Bracing.

There Is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats Are Bracing.

Abdul El-Sayed, a liberal candidate for governor of Michigan, worked the crowd at a barbecue in Milford. He is part of a wave of young politicians redefining the left in the Democratic Party.
To Take the Senate, Democratic Group Will Spend Big in Red States

To Take the Senate, Democratic Group Will Spend Big in Red States

Kyrsten Sinema, an Arizona congresswoman, is running for the Senate. Her race is one of several that a powerful Democratic group is pouring money into ahead of the midterm elections.
To Take the Senate, Democratic Group Will Spend Big in Red States

To Take the Senate, Democratic Group Will Spend Big in Red States

Kyrsten Sinema, an Arizona congresswoman, is running for the Senate. Her race is one of several that a powerful Democratic group is pouring money into ahead of the midterm elections.
As Zimbabwe Prepares to Vote, Robert Mugabe Resurfaces With a Message

As Zimbabwe Prepares to Vote, Robert Mugabe Resurfaces With a Message

Election posters above homeless people selling produce in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Saturday.
As Zimbabwe Prepares to Vote, Robert Mugabe Resurfaces With a Message

As Zimbabwe Prepares to Vote, Robert Mugabe Resurfaces With a Message

Election posters above homeless people selling produce in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Saturday.
Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Waiting to vote in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Monday. Turnout was high, though some fears of fraud remained.
Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Waiting to vote in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Monday. Turnout was high, though some fears of fraud remained.
In Cambodia, Dissenting Voters Find Ways to Say ‘None of the Above’

In Cambodia, Dissenting Voters Find Ways to Say ‘None of the Above’

The government pressured Cambodians into voting in Sunday’s national election, which was widely dismissed as illegitimate. Hundreds of thousands cast inadmissible ballots, the National Election