A spokesman for the secretary of state says the purge will begin overnight Monday and the number of registrations canceled won’t be known until then.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told local election officials Wednesday in Savannah that turnout next November could top 5.3 million voters.
Nabilah Islam put her student loans in forbearance so she could afford a bid for Congress. But her fundraising prowess could make her a player in one of the nation's toughest districts.
A U.S. District Judge scheduled the trial for two challenges of the law that fines groups with paid workers for submitting too many incomplete registration forms, considered a first among states.
The Secretary of State's office released a list of people whose registrations are risk of cancellation. More than 300,000 names are on it.
The state is sending out letters starting next week notifying inactive voters that they will be taken off the roll unless they update their information. This could affect more than 300,000 people.
Facebook must defend itself from well-funded people who leverage the social network to anger and polarize users through sophisticated methods, Mosseri said.
The organizer for the conference said in a statement posted on American Priority's website that 'an unauthorized video was shown in a side room' at the festival, but that 'this video was not approved, seen, or sanctioned' by the festival's organizers.
A new state report says the Tennessee Legislature should not require cities to move their local and school elections to coincide with larger elections but instead continue allowing them to set their own dates.
Seven groups that conduct voter registration drives are asking a federal judge to stop a new Tennessee law that threatens them with fines and criminal prosecution for failing to comply with a slew of regulations.
Gillibrand has been in the running for the Democratic nomination since January, but this week she failed to qualify for the September debate.
A record number of women hold seats in Congress, but they are mostly Democrats. Now, new contenders are hoping to shift the imbalance in D.C. and beyond.
The decision could give a single elector the power to decide the outcome of a presidential election, if the popular vote results in an apparent Electoral College tie.
The former vice president's campaign said he 'misspoke and immediately corrected himself' during remarks about leveling the playing field for low-income students.
Election integrity advocates sued Georgia in 2017 alleging that the touchscreen voting machines the state has used since 2002 are vulnerable to hacking.
The 2016 election proved that every vote counts. Now states that may be crucial in 2020 have passed or proposed measures that change the rules for voting.
Elizabeth Warren has spent more than 90 hours taking pictures with supporters on the 2020 campaign trail. She's not alone.
FEC lawyers say the request by Oren Falkowitz looks 'too much like a political contribution.' An official decision will be made Thursday.
Harris was responding to comments made by Biden, one of many rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination, a day earlier in the same state.