Mason was one of nearly 4,000 people who had a provisional ballot rejected in her county during the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump now says that Google is the reason he lost the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Conte accused his interior minister of endangering the nation's economy.
The Sunday Times obtained documents showing that Britain will face shortages if it leaves the European Union without a transition deal.
"Words matter and facts matter," Ellen Weintraub wrote to the president after he baselessly claimed that he lost New Hampshire due to fraudulent votes.
At least seven candidates will participate in a forum in Sioux City focused on issues affecting Native American communities.
“Beto’s not dropping out; he’s not going anywhere," a campaign aide said.
The former Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia noted that a "solid field of candidates" already seeks her party's nod.
“If that is the decision of the British government we would support it enthusiastically,” the national security adviser said.
"We have to hold our elected officials accountable," Kate Brown said.
Officials can discard such ballots if they decide signatures on them don't match ones on file. But the suit notes they aren't handwriting experts.
Progressives say to show a diversity commitment, the DCCC must end its effort to stymie primary races against House members.
Facebook said it had suspended more than 350 accounts and pages with about 1.4 million followers.
Two newly elected House members have very different ideas on how the party’s presidential candidate can replicate their success.
So far, not a single question has been posed about gerrymandering or other key voting rights issues.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders took to the stage for the first night of the second Democratic presidential debates and left voters excited for what is coming next.
Dowless was indicted on Tuesday on new felony charges including perjury and obstruction of justice, prosecutors said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) rebuked critics who called him “Moscow Mitch” after he blocked various election safety bills proposed by the Democrats.
The Kentucky Republican blocked two measures last week that would have beefed up election security.