Kentucky Republican Gubernatorial Primary One in a Litany of Whisker-Close Elections in U.S. History
In the recent Kentucky Republican Gubernatorial Primary, Louisville businessman Matt Bevin was ahead by just 83 votes out of over 214,000 votes cast.
By Brad Poole District 2 includes about half of Tucson, including Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, and about 80 miles of Mexican
Punishing voters for understandable errors undermines the most basic right in our democracy, while the solution poses no risk to electoral integrity. Numerous states already preserve votes on out-of-precinct provisional ballots, and that should be the rule in Arizona as well.
But Arizona law requires an automatic recount because the final tally in the Second Congressional District left the two candidates
The border district at stake, which covers the eastern half of Tucson, is divided between Republican-heavy Cochise County
Read the entire mailer at Vox. As Vox first reported Friday, voters in Arizona's 2nd District are receiving a mailer that
Gun control resurfaced Tuesday as a contentious issue in the race for Arizona's 2nd Congressional District, as Democratic Rep. Ron Barber sparred with Republican challenger Martha McSally over stricter gun laws in their first debate.
“I have the right as a private citizen to sell my possession to anyone I want to. It's my lawful right," McSally said at
Fall, school and back to work. This includes Congress, whose members are set to return to the nation's business next week. Although there are many issues that will compete for their attention, there is one that lays in wait for consideration that simply can't be put off any longer, one that affects every American -- fixing America's broken mental health system.
The ads specifically refer to an ABC News article that includes a statement from a McSally campaign official saying McSally
"My thoughts and prayers are with Ed Martin and his family as he withdraws from the Congressional race to focus on their
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story misidentified congressional candidate Sean Eldridge's husband as Chris Hedges
"If we can't get real reforms this time, I don't know what kind of slaughter it will take," said Democratic Representative
On Jan. 8, 2011, Ron Barber was attending a constituent outreach event as district director to then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords