Millions rejected choosing any alternative to Gov. Newsom. Did they “throw their vote away?” Of course not.
Each major party portrays the other as a deadly threat to democracy.
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.
Remember when Republicans believed private businesses had a right to exercise free speech?
It's a regulation-heavy Monday.
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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.
It may, however, be a consequence of authoritarian COVID-19 responses that failed to keep citizens safe.
No third-party options were on the menu for the launch of this new voting system.
But it would continue the politicization of the means of voting and make it harder to vote.
An overreliance on identity politics may drive these voters away from the Democratic Party.
Trump attorney Kurt Hilbert claimed he had reached settlement agreements with state officials, which was news to them.
The senator is a performer and nothing more.
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.
Trump's Conversation With Georgia Election Officials Shows His Conviction That He Won Is Impervious to Evidence
The president seems completely sincere, and he surrounds himself with advisers who reinforce his self-flattering fantasy.
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Ted Cruz Plans To Restore Confidence in the Election System by Lending Credence to the Wild Fraud Claims of a 'Pathological Liar'
To alleviate "deep distrust of our democratic processes," the Texas senator is leading a doomed challenge to Joe Biden's electoral votes.
Lin Wood's bizarre charges give you a sense of the advisers Trump is consulting as he continues to insist that he won the presidential election.
Josh Hawley Is Not Doing His Party or 'Election Integrity' Any Favors by Supporting Challenges to Biden's Electoral Votes
The Missouri senator does not explicitly endorse Trump's loony conspiracy theory, but he can't escape its taint.
Louis Gohmert asserts a previously overlooked power to decide which electoral votes will be counted.
The Trump-friendly paper says the president should stop "cheering for an undemocratic coup" and focus on the GOP's political interests.
Angry at the Failure of His Election Challenges, Trump Calls His Own SCOTUS Nominees Cowardly and Incompetent
Trump thinks the judiciary cannot be trusted to reveal the massive fraud that he says denied him a second term.
Federal judges have been underwhelmed by the former Trump campaign lawyer's evidence of massive election fraud.
A Vilified Dominion Executive Sues Promoters of a Bizarre Tale at the Center of Trump's Election Conspiracy Theory
Eric Coomer says the claim that he bragged about fixing the election during an "antifa conference call" provoked a torrent of abuse and death threats.
Desperate To Stop Biden From Taking Office, Trump Suggests Military Intervention, Voting Machine Seizures, and Appointing Sidney Powell To Investigate Her Own Fraud Claims
The president's advisers reportedly pushed back vigorously against his ideas.
Sen. Ron Johnson, a Trump ally, now concedes there is no credible evidence to support the president's fanciful conspiracy theory.
The strategy of lodging objections under the Electoral Count Act has been tried before, but it has never succeeded.
Given the conspicuous lack of credible evidence, the president's charges can be accepted only as a matter of faith.
The president and his diehard allies in Congress continue to insist the election was stolen.
Although the president says the justices "chickened out," other courts have considered and rejected the merits of his legal arguments.
Ted Cruz's Eagerness To Fight Trump's Legal Battles Epitomizes the GOP's Complete Lack of Principles
By his own account, the Texas senator is committed to defending a dishonest, amoral, narcissistic bully.
Trump's Lawyers Claim the Conspiracy To Steal the Election Is Both 'Easily Provable' and Impossible to Prove
Seeking to join a last-ditch effort to overturn Joe Biden's victory, the president's attorney says "it is not necessary...to prove that fraud occurred."
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The justices declined to intervene on behalf of Republicans who challenged absentee voting in Pennsylvania.
A Federal Judge in Michigan Says Sidney Powell's Election Fraud Claims Are 'Nothing but Speculation and Conjecture'
According to the ruling, the former Trump attorney also filed the wrong claims in the wrong court at the wrong time on behalf of the wrong plaintiffs.
After Condemning Georgia's Election System As Untrustworthy, Trump Urges Republicans There to Vote in Senate Runoffs
"Don't listen to my friends," the president says, referring to supporters who took his fraud allegations seriously.
Some of the changes are reasonable. But many of the new questions are badly designed and incorporate serious errors. Moreover, such tests raise the deeper issue of why immigrants are required to pass a test to get the right to vote, but natives are not.
Trump's 46-Minute Rant About Election Fraud Crystallizes the Most Dangerous Aspects of His Personality
"This is about restoring faith and confidence in American elections," the president says.