The state of turnout efforts in low-turnout elections.
An interview with Columbia University's Donald P. Green.
A nonpartisan look at voter ID suggests it helped dampen voting in 2012.
Some ammunition in the question of whether campaigns should register new voters.
Hispanic voters are much less likely to come out in mid-terms than other groups.
But in closer races, turnout was up.
Minnesota tops the list, while Hawaii bring up the rear, a new study from Nonprofit Vote shows. The report also finds swing state status and an Election Day Registration option heavily impact turnout.
A new Gallup poll shows voters are less enthusiastic about voting than they were in 2004 or 2008. But what does that mean for the election?
Obama's big enthusiasm advantage from 2008 is gone - what does it mean for voter turnout?