People rarely vote after being incarcerated. Associate Professor Ariel White wonders what can be done about it.
The author of “The Narrow Corridor,” about the battle to sustain democracy, weighs in on the country’s political condition.
MIT political scientist explains the responsibilities leaders have for shaping and sharing factual, truthful information in the nation's political discourse.
“Whatever the outcome, I very much hope that in our interactions with one another, we can hold ourselves to our usual high standards of kindness, decency, compassion, inclusion and mutual respect,” writes President L. Rafael Reif.
MIT student groups come together to host “voter mobilization festival” featuring Institute leaders, famed artists, and elected officials.
MIT political scientist researches voting, race, the legal system, and bureaucratic behavior.
Study measures the “blue shift” from absentee and provisional ballots, underscores uncertainties of 2020 vote.
Bolstered by campus partnerships and TurboVote, the student-led group MITvote is working to increase voter turnout.