Midterms Update: Georgia's Abrams Ends Her Bid for Governor. Florida Is Still in Play
While Abrams acknowledged that there were no legal means to surmount what she calls irregularities, she refused to concede to her opponent.
Voter Suppression: Did it Work?
Republicans attempted to silence voters of color in midterm races across the country.
The Women of Color Who Made History on Election Night
So many progressive women taking office!
Toolkit: How to Successfully Raise Funds for Progressive Candidates
As the political machine ramps up for 2020, The Collective co-founders Quentin James and Stefanie Brown James discuss five key fundraising strategies progressive candidates should replicate if they want to win big.
Trans Candidates Made History by Running—and in Some Cases Winning—In the Midterms
As the Trump administration works to eliminate transgender rights, trans candidates ran for office in record numbers—and had a few notable victories.
Your Faves Break Down Why You Need to Vote
Hasan Minhaj, Constance Wu, Keegan-Michael Key, Ibtihaj Muhammad and more want you to head to the polls.
Trump Wants to End Birthright Citizenship, Experts Respond
But can the president legally change a constitutional amendment via an executive order?
Immigrants Seeking American Citizenship Face Extreme Delays
More than 700,000 permanent residents are waiting for their applications to be processed.
Pompeo Accuses Migrant Caravan of Inciting Violence
The U.S. Secretary of State did not provide any evidence for his claims against the group.
Amendment 4 Could Restore Voting Rights for Millions of Formerly Incarcerated People in Florida
People with felony convictions in the Sunshine State face some of the harshest voting laws in the nation.
Republicans Attack 'Dangerous' Immigrants As Midterms Approach
A new report finds that Republican politicians are relying on fear tactics and lies to rally voters in the most competitive midterm races.
Watch Rosario Dawson and Chadwick Boseman Describe Their 'First Time'...Voting
Celebrities and youth activists appear in “My First Time,” a new public service announcement that encourages viewers to register to vote in the midterm elections.
Florida Lawsuit Seeks Bilingual Ballots for Puerto Ricans Who Fled Hurricane Maria
Several advocacy organizations say elected officials in Florida are violating the voting rights of tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans who moved to the mainland after the devastating hurricane.
How You Can Make the Most of the 2018 Midterm Elections
From registering to voting to advocating for the rights of others, these tools have you covered.
Women's Convention to Gather Thousands to Strategize Ahead of Midterm Elections
The conference aims to secure liberation for “women of all races, ethnicities, ages, disabilities, sexual identities, gender expressions, immigration statuses, religious faiths and economic statuses.”
Alabama Bans Sharia Law and Other 2014 Ballot Measures
Minimum-wage hikes, legal weed and sentencing reform were among the measures in play.
Economic Justice Makes or Breaks Elections
Lack of economic progress may lead to poor voter turnout.