The issue is both partisan and limiting on what the government can or cannot do when it comes to presidential elections.
Congress has two bills to consider: A more expansive one proposed by the White House and one with partisan limits from the Senate.
The appointment of a new director of the place where a nation’s records and treasures are stored is not normally a political issue, but these are not normal times.
Democrats hope to make changes to tighten the law on finalize voter counts.
The party seeking to retain control of Congress hopes the issue will motivate voters to defeat Republicans.
Historians and other experts say Donald Trump’s “flagrant disregard” for the Constitution and the law has caused a democracy crisis never seen before in America.
The vote could be a factor in votes that neither party wants to face right now.
A drop in gas prices helps. So does a sharp increase in trouble for Donald Trump.
The party of the president usually loses seats in a midterm election but this is an unusual and chaotic year.