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When the governor behind North Carolina's infamous "bathroom bill" is accused of not being Republican enough, it bodes ill for the future of the party.
The former venture capitalist will face Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic nominee, in November's general election.
If even Donald Trump can't tell the candidates apart, what hope do Ohioans have?
It may not be a successful strategy in general elections, but it's still deeply unnerving.
Politicians who benefit from divisive election politics resist reforms that threaten the status quo.
Somebody tell Tim James that his political party actually supports school choice.
Prof. Derek Muller explains why states cannot invoke Section 3 of the 14th Amendment to exclude those who sought to overturn the 2020 election results from the ballot.
A Pennsylvania township's board of supervisors is refusing to seat elected auditors.
Democracy means accepting results you're not happy about.
Jay Inslee says we should make it a crime for politicians to lie about election results. What could go wrong?
The bills call for reforms that would be nearly impossible to implement and will not prevent a repeat of 2020.
Harris' attempts at evolving her political image away from being a law-and-order prosecutor have been disingenuous and unconvincing.
So much for politicians, educators, and public health officials learning a damn thing from Tuesday's election.
As exciting as it may sound to grab power and vanquish enemies, the only way to save America is to recommit to its original principles.
A Truck Driver With a Few Thousand Bucks and an iPhone Just Toppled New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker
Edward Durr's incredible upset victory over New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney is worth celebrating.
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Josh Mandel and J.D. Vance are locked in a race to the bottom.
Doubling down on stridently conservative messaging in a state where conservatives are a dwindling and fleeing minority doesn't seem like a winning strategy.
But they don't really think that the recall process is illegitimate or unconstitutional. They simply don't like that it's being used against one of their own.
Can Democrats stop acting as if all the governor's critics are Trump-loving insurrectionists?
Voters who support Gov. Gavin Newsom can still select a successor. That’s left out of a campaign commercial airing during the Olympics.
The list of candidates is released, but radio host Larry Elder is suing over his exclusion. (Updated: a judge ruled in Elder's favor.)
Each major party portrays the other as a deadly threat to democracy.
His platform includes cutting almost all taxes and ending incarceration for non-violent crime.
The ex-cop's closing pitch is filled with crazy accusations about "disenfranchis[ing] Black voters."
Newsom's subservience to the unions is the best reason to recall him.
Party leaders don’t want a replacement on the recall ballot.
California Democrats and journalists are suddenly concerned about expensive government.
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The Riverside County supervisor wants to improve access to school choice and make it easier to build more housing.
A California rule and a bill approved by the House seem designed to chill freedom of speech and freedom of association.
The state Senate approved some cynical changes to Georgia's absentee ballot laws under the guise of securing future elections from fraud that no one seems to be able to find.
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California Democrats and their labor union allies are embracing anti-democratic principles to thwart the will of the people.
Sidney Powell's Loony Election Claims, Which Gave Birth to the Deadly Capitol Invasion, May Finally Cost Her
Dominion Voting Systems, the focus of the former Trump campaign lawyer's conspiracy theory, is seeking $1.3 billion from her for defamation.
Trump attorney Kurt Hilbert claimed he had reached settlement agreements with state officials, which was news to them.
Under federal law, incitement to riot does not include "advocacy of ideas" or "expression of belief" unless it endorses violence, which Trump did not do.
Ted Cruz's Legally Groundless Challenge to Biden's Electoral Votes Was a Disgrace That Should Follow Him Forever
Cruz plunged into the constitutional abyss while Rand Paul stepped back, refusing to sacrifice democracy and the rule of law.
Trump said the "Save America March" would be peaceful, but his apocalyptic rhetoric had predictable consequences.
Today Mike Pence May Find That All His Temporizing and Obfuscation About the Election Sacrificed His Integrity for Nothing
The vice president can no longer avoid acknowledging Joe Biden's victory.
When one party controls both Congress and the White House, the result is never a reduction in the size or cost of government.
As Key Georgia Senate Election Looms, Republicans Are Making It Difficult To Root for Divided Government
The ideal (if unlikely) outcome might be a split decision.