Voting

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The Rise of Civic Tech

Technology is poised to seriously disrupt some of the last remaining domains: government, city hall, and your neighborhood.

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The Suburbs Are the New Swing States

Metropolitan political divides have replaced the old red-state/blue-state cleavage.

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Your Long Commute Is Sapping Your Will to Care About Politics

And it's not because time spent in your car is time you can't spend reading Politico.

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Why Is Voter Turnout for Mayoral Elections Always So Abysmally Low?

At least this guy voted today in New York City.

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New York City May Let Non-Citizens Vote

It would be the first major U.S. city to do so.

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The Demographic Milestone of the 2012 Election

For the first time, blacks voted at a higher rate nationally than whites.

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The Surprisingly Versatile Design of the Voting Booth

Images of the election booth, the world over.

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Where People Are Waiting to Vote the Longest

A quick survey of polling place waits around the country.

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This Could Boil Down to Turnout in Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Miami

America's major cities lean Democratic, but these swing state metropolises could end up playing a deciding role.

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The Most Popular Excuses Americans Give For Not Voting

In chart form.

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The Most Democratic Town in the World

One Swiss town takes democracy to a new level.

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Fixing a City by Dividing It Up

Escondido is almost half Latino, but has elected only one Hispanic city councilman in 120 years. A new lawsuit aims to change that