It has been 29 years since the U.S. Supreme Court last started a term with only eight justices. Next week, another eight-member Court will begin to sort through the scores of cases the justices have chosen to try to resolve.
In any other year, asking presidential candidates whether they’d accept the election outcome were their opponent to win would be odd. But not in 2016. That's why it's more important than ever for voters to know the facts and understand their rights.
Starting after the 2010 election, legislators in nearly half the states passed a wave of laws making it harder to vote. This resource includes a series of maps to help visualize the impact of these restrictions.