Elections Explore NPR's coverage of the battle for the White House. You'll also find the latest news about House and Senate races and key statewide contests.

A Case For Giving 16-Year-Olds The Vote

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Correspondent Roy Wood Jr. reacts to 2016 presidential election returns on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Comedy Central hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'Daily Show' Correspondent Roy Wood Jr.; Growing Up Undocumented

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U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., accepts a gift of a traditional Ethiopian shirt from Girum Alemayehu at an Ethiopian festival in Denver in August 2016. Coffman has survived multiple tough re-election campaigns in part due to his outreach to various immigrant communities in his district. Andy Cross/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Will Trump And Guns Be Enough To Unseat An Endangered House Republican?

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HIllary Clinton's Former Campaign Manager Calling For More Cybersecurity

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What Extreme Partisan Gerrymandering Could Mean For 2018 Midterms

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Frustration Seems To Reign As Justices Hear Case Challenging Extreme Gerrymandering

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Democrats See Opportunity In Dallas Suburb Thanks To Once Reliably GOP Voters

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Republican Gov. Scott Walker says Wisconsin law doesn't require him to hold special elections for two legislative seats, which some say his party could have trouble keeping. Shawn Johnson/Wisconsin Public Radio hide caption

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Frustrated Supreme Court Looks For A Solution To Partisan Gerrymandering

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The National Rifle Association is responding to a request from a top congressional Democrat over foreign funding amid questions about its possible role in Russia's 2016 election meddling. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Remington's 2020 line, seen here at a gun shop in Kernersville, N.C., offered a state-of-the art scope that automated range finding and aided in targeting. But the line, which had a hefty price tag and issues with the optic system, didn't sell well. Brian Blanco/Getty Images hide caption

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A voter casts his ballot during a special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District special election last June. Georgia is the largest state that exclusively still uses electronic voting machines that don't leave a paper trail, a major concern for election officials and cybersecurity experts. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Payment To Stormy Daniels May Have Broken Campaign Finance Law

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Zeb Towne, the elected dogcatcher of Duxbury, Vt. "I'm the only person in the country who gets elected as a dogcatcher. So, I'm awesome, I guess," says Towne. Amy Kolb Noyes/Vermont Public Radio hide caption

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Can't Get Elected Dogcatcher? Try Running In Duxbury, Vt.

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