One of two ballot measures already proposed for 2022 in California takes on some of the most powerful special interests in state politics.
Doubling down on stridently conservative messaging in a state where conservatives are a dwindling and fleeing minority doesn't seem like a winning strategy.
Before Mike Lindell's lunatic claims and Donald Trump's sour grapes over 2020, there was Hillary Clinton and the media's false insistence on Kremlin interference.
Millions rejected choosing any alternative to Gov. Newsom. Did they “throw their vote away?” Of course not.
The Court Order Approving Sanctions Against Sidney Powell Shows How Hastily She Assembled Her Kraken
A federal judge concluded that Powell and eight other pro-Trump lawyers who challenged Michigan's election results made frivolous arguments and treated evidence recklessly.
No, really, the difference between Newsom's and Larry Elder’s positions on COVID mandates are being presented as “a matter of life and death.”
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.
Undecided folks seem to be turning against the governor.
Election winner Pedro Castillo plans to end the country’s successful free market reforms.
Lawmakers cut out some red tape, but only when it serves the party.
The "For The People Act" was a flawed package that would have solved some problems while creating new headaches.
Democrats have 13 choices in the mayoral primary. They get to rank their top five.
Voters in Pittsburgh banned no-knock police raids and solitary confinement too.
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Secretary of State’s office verifies his opponents have gathered enough valid signatures.
The pro-union left agrees with the MAGA right: If you can't beat 'em, claim they cheated.
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.
No third-party options were on the menu for the launch of this new voting system.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom hasn't committed any crimes, but he deserves to face a potential recall for his disastrous handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But it would continue the politicization of the means of voting and make it harder to vote.
The usually rote process was marred by President Donald Trump's conspiracy theories and a Republican attempt to thwart the outcome, but the result is now official.
When one party controls both Congress and the White House, the result is never a reduction in the size or cost of government.
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It's a nailbiter as Kelly Loeffler appears headed for defeat, while David Perdue barely hangs on. The control of the Senate is at stake.
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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.
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With Friday's ruling from the Supreme Court, the result of this year's presidential election is clear. Joe Biden won. It is over.
How the Supreme Court Can Swiftly Dispose of the Texas Lawsuit Seeking to Overturn the Election [Updated]
The case is within the Court' original jurisdiction. But longstanding precedent still allows the Court to dismiss it without full consideration.
Aaron Van Langevelde, Brad Raffensperger, and other state and local officials did the right thing and steered America away from the precipice.
The brief filed by Univ. of Texas law professor Sanford Levinson and myself explains why the Trump administration's efforts to exclude undocumented immigrants from the apportionment count for allocating seats in the House of Representatives goes against the text and original meaning of the Constitution.
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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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.
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.
My "Jurist" Article on Expanding Freedom of Choice by Empowering More People to Vote With their Feet
The combination of foot voting and decentralization of power can offer people more and better choices than are available at the ballot box.
Biden appears to be winning, but the election is far from settled.
This isn't fraud. This isn't a scheme to steal the election. It is the very predictable outcome of the president's own words and actions.