There’s no consensus on abolishing the Electoral College, which has countered the popular vote in two of the past five presidential elections.
In New England, a few Republican governors cling to the views that most of their party has abandoned—and are more popular for it.
Representative Don Beyer of Virginia has proposed a plan for ranked-choice voting that would make the U.S. House less partisan and more representative for all.
A number of left-wing thinkers are calling for America to ditch the Senate. Why is the long-shot idea gaining popularity?
Cathy McMorris Rodgers is the most powerful Republican woman in the country. But in the “year of the woman,” she’s in a fight for her political life.
Unknowns dominate the race for Congress.
Knute Buehler, a rare GOP moderate, thinks he can knock off Kate Brown, Oregon’s not-so-popular Democratic governor. But the Trump winds could make it a hard year for ticket splitting in a blue state.