We asked Americans across the political spectrum to share which issues in society inspire them to vote in this election.
Now you really have no reason to skip out on voting.
Many of the women running this year are brave and, can we agree, badass?
The so-called "Pink Wave" this election cycle, has a rather blue tint.
With women running in record numbers, female campaign managers are riding the "pink wave" too.
Answers to some of your most burning electoral questions.
United We Dream volunteers canvass Houston, knocking on doors asking residents to vote.
Immigration is a key issue this election for many Americans.
"I am from a military family," McCain, a co-host on "The View," said. "So what happens globally, ultimately, in one way or another, impacts my brothers."
It may be the first election they can vote in, but survivors of the school shooting are passionate about gun reform and making their voices heard.
The actor and filmmaker says divisiveness in this country needs to be addressed.
Equality is "so important to me," the openly gay Olympian said. "No matter where you come from, no matter what your background is, we all deserve to have the same opportunities."
"The View" co-host shares the issue that she cares about the most this election.
"The View" co-host says "voting is the most American thing you can do."
The House could have 100 female legislators after the midterms, according to the forecast.
Three Democratic candidates, who are running to be state representatives, have formed a sisterhood in the process of their first campaigns.
Both Washington and statehouses around the country could be in for major changes.
Make a voting plan to encourage yourself and your friends to hit the polls.
The young activists who inspired March For Our Lives, have released a book about their fight for gun reform.
The “Veep” star is one of the celebrities encouraging Americans not only to vote but to also get out and volunteer.
Will young people turn out to vote in 2018? More of them than usual might.
Women’s health groups are expressing concern about the effect a conservative court and a Republican-controlled Congress could have on women's access to abortion care.
Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans and more talk about their first times in a punny video.
There's a lot to track, but these 18 races paint a picture of the storylines and trends emerging from coast to coast.
The Democrat’s challenge to GOP incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz has become somewhat of a national fascination.