The proposal is "about behavior modification," argued state Sen. Patty Kuderer, likening the government's role in promoting voting to that of a parent.
Russian Propaganda Has Succeeded in Persuading Credulous Americans That It Poses a Grave Threat to Democracy
Alarmists are unfazed by the lack of evidence that "foreign influence campaigns" have affected public opinion or voting behavior.
"I think we need to just call this out on the bullshit it is."
Don't Let the House Hunter Biden Investigation Become a Russiagate-Style Search for Election Excuses
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Researchers: Moscow’s social media meddling had little impact on the 2016 election.
There is "no evidence of a meaningful relationship" between Russia's influence campaign on Twitter and the 2016 electoral outcome.
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A declaration of independence capped a wild day in Pennsylvania's State House.
The insurgent Republicans want to balance the budget, impose new barriers to immigration, and increase transparency for future earmark spending.
While rising crime created headwinds for candidates who supported criminal justice reform, the apocalyptic storm never quite arrived.
The year’s highlights in buck passing feature petulant politicians, brazen bureaucrats, careless cops, loony lawyers, and junky journalists.
The massive power of federal government attracts frauds.
Don't Count on Criminal Prosecution To Hold Trump Accountable for His Egregious Post-Election Behavior
The final report from the January 6 select committee falls short of proving the elements required to convict the former president.
The leading possibilities include knowledge and intent elements that have to be established beyond a reasonable doubt.
The new legislation would fix many of the problems that helped lead to the attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Brad Raffensperger compares President Joe Biden and Sen. Raphael Warnock to Donald Trump.
After a bruising Senate loss, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is open to alternatives.
We should appreciate anything that shakes the confidence of both major parties.
A Federal Judge Suggests That Oregon's 10-Round Magazine Limit Does Not Implicate the Second Amendment
The new ban, which has been blocked by a state judge, so far has fared better in federal court.
Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
And most of them quietly slunk away afterwards.
What's happening right now in Cochise County, Arizona, should make the passage of the Electoral Count Reform Act even more urgent.
The Weapons of Mass Delusion author says election-deniers like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert may be the Republicans' future.
Weapons of Mass Delusion author Robert Draper says Republicans need a massive reality check.
A hobbled Congress isn’t a solution to our woes, but it’s a lot better than lawmakers set loose.
Even if Trump loses this primary race, there’s every reason to think his party will retain its present will to power.
It's still the economy, stupid.
Alcohol-related ballot measures were in play in several states last week. The results were lukewarm.
He wants election reforms in Georgia, different priorities for the national Libertarian Party, and plans to challenge Justin Amash—but maybe not how you'd expect.
After House Democrats' Midterm Defeat, Nancy Pelosi Says She'll Step Down From Congressional Leadership
The first female speaker of the House leaves behind a legacy of big government liberalism.
The biggest beneficiaries of economic growth are poor people. But the deepest case for economic growth is a moral one.
Alex Villanueva was ousted after a single combative, troubled term. Voters also approved giving county leaders the power to remove future sheriffs.
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If passed, same-sex couples wouldn’t need to worry about Supreme Court precedents.
Voters rejected other Republicans who have cozied up to the former president, including Senate candidate Blake Masters and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem.