In the face of staggering misinformation and President Trump’s attacks on the legitimacy of this election, journalists covering races across the ballot have a responsibility to keep readers informed on every step of the electoral process.
The media seems to be preoccupied with the blank space that is pop star Taylor Swift’s political preferences. Outlets from Newsweek to Red Alert Politics have been incessantly speculating about whether Swift voted for President Donald Trump or his Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton, a conversation
This is the third piece in a series of op-eds about polling in the election. Read the first here and the previous piece here. John E. Newhagen is an associate professor emeritus at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. The key to predicting who is going
Sometimes, getting a friend to do something is as easy as saying “plz.” VotePlz is a new app geared towards helping smooth the process of getting millennials registered to vote, getting them to the voting booths, and having them spread the word to their friends as well.
As election day nears, every news outlet is forming its own strategy for election day coverage. But what could possibly be missing from that coverage? Perhaps, ballot selfies. In Boston, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit is deciding on the case of