The most important decisions in an election are not always the ones made in the voter booth. Before a single voter can cast their vote, hundreds of minute details have to be figured out.
VICE News correspondent Jay Caspian-Kang traveled to North Carolina, where courts recently banned a restrictive voting law based on the accusation that it was racially biased.
Underneath all of the partisan in-fighting that has dominated this election, who is in charge of deciding how we vote? And does it make a difference?