They’re going to wait until after the midterms to decide whether Iowa and New Hampshire stay at the front of the line.
Why would a group that claims it has evidence of ballot harvesting refuse to turn it over?
Running against Trump didn’t work this year.
A special session looms. (And how this is not like the filibuster in the US Senate).
No, Colorado’s voting regulations are not roughly the same as Georgia’s.
The fixes worsen the stated problem (more on Iowa and other states’ attempts to restrict voting).
HR1 is a national approach to expanding voter access. State legislatures are trying to both expand and restrict the vote as well.
It’ll be days before we know the final 2020 results but a resounding repudiation is unlikely.
Hypocrisy, lies, and dangerous rhetoric from Trump and his allies on mail-in voting.
A disgraced governor is signing a wave of progressive legislation
96 percent of the delegates have yet to be awarded. How can the race be down to two?
Kamala Harris’s once-promising campaign is nearing the end whether the candidate or her supporters wish to admit it or not.
Tulsi Gabbard, who managed to qualify for tomorrow’s fourth Democratic debate after missing out on the third, is threatening to boycott what may be her last chance to make her case to a national audience.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has ruled out what would essentially be a quixotic primary challenge against President Trump.
Passing up an opportunity that other Democrats are taking, Elizabeth Warren is declining to appear on Fox News Channel. This seems like an unwise decision.