The California Freedom Summer united University of California campuses, community colleges and community groups to register or pre-register more than 5,000 new voters.
Patricia Turner discusses her new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century”
Lynn Vavreck and Chris Tausanovitch discuss their new book, “The Bitter End: The 2020 Presidential Campaign and the Challenge to American Democracy.”
Support for Democrats remains strong among Latinos, but swing voters could prove the difference in some contests, UCLA report shows.
Richard Hasen will lead the Safeguarding Democracy Project, which will focus on ensuring that U.S. elections are free and fair.
The Berggruen Governance Index, published by UCLA, assesses quality of democracy and quality of life measures in 134 nations.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block reaffirms how our values strengthen democracy and encourages students and employees who need help to avail themselves of resources.
Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez won a Nobel Prize, we were the No. 1 public university again, faculty carried on with important research and students continued to achieve the amazing.
Experts from around the country gathered at a UCLA conference to brainstorm ways to protect Americans’ access to the ballot box.
A panel discussion co-hosted by UCLA shed light on the path ahead for engaging with a diverse and growing constituency.
Natalie Masuoka, whose latest book was about multiracial identity and politics, says Harris’ role will encourage broader examinations of race.
Faculty shared their thoughts during a virtual event recapping the 2020 election.
UCLA professors say insufficient outreach about the measure, which would have overturned the ban on affirmative action, was a key factor.
UCLA’s Ann Carlson said the new administration should be able to rebuild protections, even with a narrowly divided Congress.
Political and moral victories sometimes go hand in hand. But not always. This election has exposed more than one split.
Professors have been sharing their insights about the process, the outcome and the impact of the vote nationally and in California.
President Donald Trump and Republican candidates for Congress face an uphill battle in places hit hardest by the pandemic.
The co-founder of the UCLA Voting Rights Project shares thoughts about what to expect on Election Day and explains why declaring a winner can take time.
Research led by UCLA political scientists Lynn Vavreck and Chris Tausanovitch found that younger voters are the most skeptical.
Symptoms to look out for during and after the election include heart palpitations, chest pain, shortness of breath and tremors.
Campus will be home to three Los Angeles County Vote Centers, with the first at the Hammer Museum opening Oct. 24, and home to one vote-by-mail drop box.
Artist Rebeca Méndez created a poster for the League of Women Voters and the American Institute of Graphic Arts.
Voter suppression measures tend to disproportionately affect communities of color. Professors urge members of the public to take action.
UCLA Health’s Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice tells us what the public needs to know about casting ballots during COVID-19.
While COVID-19 spurs a desire for mailed ballots, research led by a UCLA professor suggests that mail-in results largely mirror in-person outcomes.