Caltech researchers answer frequently asked questions about voting and elections and clear up misconceptions.
How do election scientists define a free and fair election?
What can I do to make sure my vote counts on Election Day?
Why does it seem to be taking longer to finalize election results, even with new voting technology?
What makes presidential elections so difficult to accurately forecast?
Is there a way to measure the fairness of district boundaries to prevent gerrymandering?
Why is it so hard to count every ballot?
What should voters know about local politics?
You can submit your own questions to the Caltech Science Exchange.