In midterm elections, a majority of Americans typically don't vote. Sometimes that's because of apathy or a lack of knowledge about the process. But for some Americans who want to vote, legal barriers keep them from the polls.
The people of Sweden are choosing a new government on Sunday. The country's usually calm political landscape has been disrupted by a surge in backing for a populist anti-immigrant party. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with reporter Maddy Savage.