In politics, tailored ads make sense, but with real limits to the tailoring.
The current MEng student is one of 175 students nationwide honored for nonpartisan democratic engagement work.
In a recent discussion, individuals from around MIT describe why every vote in state and local elections matters.
In annual Compton Lecture, celebrated journalist Martin Baron outlines how a growing disregard for facts undermines civil society in the U.S.
The findings suggest voting by incarcerated people is unlikely to affect electoral outcomes, in contrast to some assumptions.
MIT professor of political science Charles Stewart III discusses the status of US election administration.
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.