Aaron Van Langevelde, Brad Raffensperger, and other state and local officials did the right thing and steered America away from the precipice.
At least nine GOP senators are publicly urging the president to concede or questioning his claim that he actually won.
Donald Trump continues to refuse to concede.
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Both the president and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, have publicly embraced Powell's wild claims about voting machine manipulation.
The Pennsylvania Senator offered an appropriate response to the Trump campaign's failed election litigation
A Scathing Ruling Against the Trump Campaign Highlights the Gap Between Rudy Giuliani's 'Massive Fraud' Claim and His Legal Arguments
U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann rejected an attempt to block certification of Pennsylvania's election results.
Sidney Powell Now Claims Election Conspiracy Involved Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders
Without a shred of evidence, Sidney Powell is alleging a conspiracy more vast than Russiagate. Shouldn't that raise red flags?
His promotion of far-fetched conspiracy theories about the election is highly unlikely to change the results. But it is damaging, nonetheless.
Although the president's lawyer says the anti-Trump conspiracy is "easily provable," the affidavits he cites fall notably short.
Post-election conspiracy-mongering demonstrates the limits of "libertarian populism."
Worried About Money in Politics? The 2020 Election Showed Political Cash Can't Buy Electoral Victory.
With a lot of money spent for little results, the most recent election was a rebuttal to arguments for campaign finance reform.
The fabulism that is inseparable from Trumpism can conjure up "millions" of stolen votes as easily as "more than a MILLION" protesters.
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The absurdities that result from overreliance on semi-arbitrary race-based categories
Trump's campaign officials and attorneys are peddling this nonsense with help from credulous Fox News hosts, but their theories don't stand up to scrutiny.
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The president still insists the election was stolen by a vast criminal conspiracy.
If Trump isn’t interested, maybe the Biden administration could get started with a few acts of mercy.
With several ballot initiatives on Election Day, voters decisively rejected California Gov. Gavin Newsom, the state's politically dominant unions, and the legislature.
If the Latino vote is to determine America’s future, it might help both parties to look southward and attempt to understand the people they want to sway on their own terms.
Get ready for President-elect Biden to join forces with big spending Republicans.
It's unclear what Biden will ultimately be able to accomplish as president, but he has been trying to bring transformative change since the 1970s.
Even if the GOP's complaints are valid, they do not prove a vast anti-Trump conspiracy.
No, late-arriving mail-in ballots won't swing the election's outcome. No, Joe Biden's vote totals in suburban Philadelphia aren't suspiciously high.
Trump rallied his base, but could not convince Libertarians and Greens to come his way
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The Secretary of State places himself among the ranks of Republican officials willing to humor, but not quite endorse, Trump's claims that he in fact won the election.
The newest lawsuit in Pennsylvania is a longshot attempt to argue that all mail-in voting is unconstitutional because it differs from traditional, in-person voting. It's likely to fail.
If he had focused more on economic growth, Trump would have made even more headway with Hispanics
Hazel tells angry partisans "Give me your tears. They are delicious." He campaigned against lockdowns and for peace, and earned nearly twice the number of votes in Georgia as L.P. presidential pick Jo Jorgensen.
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Gallup shows 68 percent supporting legalization.
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