Unprecedented early voting in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. could delay some results for days.
It follows a months-long campaign that included petitions collected during the pandemic.
Submitting my weekly column on the morning of the 2020 presidential election was surreal.
On a sunny Friday afternoon in July 2014, James King, a 21-year-old college student, was walking to a summer job in Grand Rapids, Michigan, when he was accosted by two unshaven men wearing jeans and baseball caps who asked his name and grabbed his wallet.
As I write this, millions of Americans are still voting.