In contrast to the narrow ballot measure win in Alaska, which will create top-four open primaries followed by ranked-choice general elections across the state, stands the defeat of top-two open primaries in Florida.
When asked how Democrats might translate their success among Arizona’s Latinx community in the latest presidential election, US Representative Ruben Gallego tweeted a sharp reply: “First start by not using the term Latinx.”
A month after the presidential election, President Donald Trump’s claim that the election was rigged to benefit Joe Biden has been debunked by numerous Republican state elections officials. Dozens of lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign
It’s hard to believe, but one year ago the big news story was President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Twelve months later, a viral pandemic is killing thousands of Americans every day and Republicans are still so loyal to Trump
As the political calendar tumbles towards a pair of Georgia Senate runoff races on 5 January that will determine partisan control of the chamber, voters should expect Republicans to return to a message that has buttressed the party cycle
Donald Trump has appointed a slew of prominent aides, supporters and fundraisers to federal advisory boards since losing re-election, a sometimes controversial practice that indicates recognition his presidency is coming to a close.
Belarusians chanting "Step down!" filled the centre of the capital Minsk on Sunday in the biggest protest so far against what they said was the fraudulent re-election a week ago of longtime President Alexander Lukashenko.
Conway, Trump’s campaign manager during the stretch run of the 2016 race, was the first woman to successfully steer a White House bid, then became a senior counselor to the president. She informed Trump of her decision in the Oval Office.
She has been there since it all started. In the summer of 2015, when Donald Trump announced he was running for the presidency, Melania Trump was next to him, gliding down those escalators at Trump Tower.
I’m told, every day, from Republicans and Democrats alike, that “bygones should be bygones”; that in order to heal from this nightmarish last four years, we as a nation must “move on”. But the truth is that if we allow Trump’s presidency