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President Donald Trump now says that Google is the reason he lost the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.
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.
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.
Sen. Ron Wyden argued that Congress needs to implement “mandatory nation-wide cybersecurity requirements” ahead of the 2020 elections.
Next year, Democrats in two states can caucus using their phones.
"It’s the worst year for hostility to minor parties and independent candidates since 1971."
The GOP lawmakers are on the lam to sabotage a vote on a historic bill to combat climate change.
Once again, President Donald Trump is bashing Fox News after his once-favorite cable network released a poll that showed him trailing potential 2020 opponents including former Vice President Joe Biden.
Politicians should take note, argues the Muslim group Emgage.
Texas officials said they suspected nearly 100,000 noncitizens were on state voter rolls in January. But that conclusion was based on flawed data.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is running for president of the United States.
Josh Douglas, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, says reforms at the local level are a roadmap for the future.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called the Democrats’ voting bill a “political power grab.”
"Only Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans could manipulate something as benign and well intentioned as making Election Day a holiday into a vast left-wing conspiracy."
“I don’t believe that voting rights should be forever stripped, and I don’t believe restoration should be in the hands of a single person,” she said.
Most Americans who missed out on Election Day now say they regret it.
Voter fraud in North Carolina could mean a whole new primary to fill the state’s 9th Congressional District in Washington, D.C.
The fight over the right to vote is at the center of American democracy right now. We dive in to how we got here.
One month after the midterm elections, there is still uncertainty as to who will represent North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District in Washington, D.C.
Republican officials may have had an indication of electoral fraud as early as 2016, The Washington Post reports.