In the U.S. electoral system, states decide on how they nominate candidates. Why do some states have caucuses while others have primaries?
Poland's new ruling party is leading a dramatic rightward shift in policy. So why are the changes creating tension with the European Union?
Running on socially progressive policies, Justin Trudeau was elected in 2015 as Canada's prime minister. What does he stand for?
Donald Trump recently said the U.S. should halt all Muslim immigration. How have people around the world reacted?
How has America's relationship with socialism evolved? And how did socialism acquire such a negative connotation in American politics?
Gallup announced it has pulled out of the presidential polling business. The move is an acknowledgement of the increasing difficulty pollsters face in getting accurate data from a technologically changing electorate.
House Democrats recently proposed a bill to end the practice of gerrymandering. How does it work?
Every two years, midterm elections take place for officeholders and challengers at the federal, state, and local levels. Trace takes a look at elections closer to home, in our states and localities, and offers examples of ballot issues decided there.
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