2020 Elections

10th Circuit Sides With ‘Faithless Electors’ in Colorado 2016 Election Case Political News
10th Circuit Sides With ‘Faithless Electors’ in Colorado 2016 Election Case
2019-08-22 14:01:32
by Dan McCue

A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that three presidential electors from Colorado were unconstitutionally forced to cast their Electoral College votes for Hillary Clinton in 2016. The ruling by a divided 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is a... Read More

Florida Joins 29-State Compact To Clean Up Voter Rolls State News
Florida Joins 29-State Compact To Clean Up Voter Rolls

ORLANDO, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis gave Florida’s 67 elections supervisors their No. 1 priority for 2020 on Wednesday. DeSantis announced that Florida would become the 29th state to join the Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, a nonprofit compact... Read More

As Big Cuts In Foreign Aid Loom, State Department Again Endures Resignations And Turmoil Political News
As Big Cuts In Foreign Aid Loom, State Department Again Endures Resignations And Turmoil

WASHINGTON — Saying he could no longer be “complicit” in the Trump administration, Chuck Park, an eight-year State Department veteran most recently posted to a U.S. consulate in Mexico, last week became the latest American diplomat to publicly and pointedly... Read More

Bernie Sanders’ Famed $27 Donors Are Split In 2020’s Sprawling Democratic Field Campaign Finance
Bernie Sanders’ Famed $27 Donors Are Split In 2020’s Sprawling Democratic Field

Small-dollar donors made Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential bid one of the most successful insurgent campaigns in Democratic Party history, allowing him to be competitive with establishment favorite Hillary Clinton. But in the 2020 race, nearly 1.7 million, or more than... Read More

South Carolina Moves to New Voting System Voting
South Carolina Moves to New Voting System
2019-08-20 18:56:44
by Dan McCue

South Carolina will implement a $52 million upgrade of its voting system this fall, deploying a paper-based voting system in time for a special legislative election on Oct. 1 and municipal elections scheduled four weeks later. Until now, South Carolina... Read More

Nearly Three-Out-Of-Four Economists Believe US Will Be In Recession by 2021, Survey Finds Economy
Nearly Three-Out-Of-Four Economists Believe US Will Be In Recession by 2021, Survey Finds
2019-08-20 18:41:16
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Seventy-four percent of U.S. business economists participating in a new survey believe the United States will slip into a recession by the end of 2021, despite the White House's insistence that the "fundamentals" of the economy remain strong.... Read More

Majority Of Large Employers Have Concerns About 'Medicare For All' Proposals, Survey Finds Opinion Polls
Majority Of Large Employers Have Concerns About 'Medicare For All' Proposals, Survey Finds
2019-08-20 12:43:11
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - A majority of large employers believe the Medicare for all proposals being touted by some White House aspirants would lower the number of uninsured in the United States, but at a cost of higher taxes and a decline... Read More

Kudlow Pushes Back On Recession, Says U.S.-China Calls Positive Economy
Kudlow Pushes Back On Recession, Says U.S.-China Calls Positive

WASHINGTON — Larry Kudlow pushed back Sunday on the notion that the U.S. economy is headed toward a recession, and said recent phone calls between U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators had produced more “positive news.” Kudlow, the White House National... Read More

Mulling Presidential Run, Mark Sanford Says Government’s Precarious Finances Are Nation’s Biggest Threat Political News
Mulling Presidential Run, Mark Sanford Says Government’s Precarious Finances Are Nation’s Biggest Threat
2019-08-16 22:33:48
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Back home in South Carolina after a mid-week trip to New Hampshire, former Rep. Mark Sanford said Friday he was pleased with how things went in the Granite State and his decision on whether to mount a primary... Read More

In Suburban Texas, ‘It Feels Like There’s No Place for Lifelong Republicans Like Me’ Political News
In Suburban Texas, ‘It Feels Like There’s No Place for Lifelong Republicans Like Me’

COLLEYVILLE, Texas — Vanessa Steinkamp is the kind of voter that Texas Republicans counted on. She’s a devoted conservative who volunteered for Bob Dole’s presidential campaign, interned for former GOP Sen. Bill Frist and lives in an affluent suburb between... Read More

Trump, Battered In New Poll, Says 'Love Me Or Hate Me' You Have to Vote For Me Political News
Trump, Battered In New Poll, Says 'Love Me Or Hate Me' You Have to Vote For Me
2019-08-16 19:06:06
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - With polls suggesting his disapproval rating is near an all-time high, President Donald Trump told attendees at a boisterous New Hampshire campaign rally Thursday night they had to vote for him "whether you love me or hate me."... Read More

All Those Presidential Promises? Democrats Better Win The Senate Too 2020 Elections
All Those Presidential Promises? Democrats Better Win The Senate Too

The Democrats running for president are promising the sun, the stars and a full moon to boot. Elect me, they say, and I’ll deliver high-quality healthcare for all. Affordable college. A tax system that rewards hard work and not just... Read More

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