2020 Elections

Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Plan 92 Events in Iowa in January, Report Says 2020 Elections
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Plan 92 Events in Iowa in January, Report Says

Brace yourselves, Iowans. The 15 remaining Democratic presidential wannabees have reportedly scheduled 92 events this month in the Midwestern state, which hosts the first contest in the race Feb. 3. Former vice president Joe Biden is scheduled to speak at... Read More

Will America Oust Trump or Give Him Four More Years? 2020 Elections
Will America Oust Trump or Give Him Four More Years?

WASHINGTON — If you thought American politics moved at a frenetic pace in 2019, brace yourself for 2020. Over the course of the next 308 days, Donald Trump is poised to become the first president in history to face a... Read More

Castro Drops Out of 2020 Presidential Race Political News
Castro Drops Out of 2020 Presidential Race

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro is ending his run for president. His announcement Thursday comes as Castro failed to garner enough support or donations to make the recent Democratic presidential debates . The former San... Read More

Pete Buttigieg Raises $24.7 Million During 4th Quarter 2020 Elections
Pete Buttigieg Raises $24.7 Million During 4th Quarter

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Pete Buttigieg's campaign says he raised more than $24.7 million in the last three months and now has a campaign staff of 500 people nationwide, a show of financial and organizational strength heading into the... Read More

Pompeo Says He Doesn’t Want to Run for Senate, But Updates Old Campaign Site Political News
Pompeo Says He Doesn’t Want to Run for Senate, But Updates Old Campaign Site

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s old congressional campaign website now redirects visitors to his newly created personal Twitter account. The change to MikePompeo.com, which took place on Dec. 27, comes as Pompeo publicly downplays his interest in a... Read More

2020 Watch: Messy Primary Finally Meets Election Year In The News
2020 Watch: Messy Primary Finally Meets Election Year

ATLANTA (AP) — The presidential politics calendar turned to 2020 nearly a year ago. This week, the actual date catches up. What we’re watching as the preseason closes and election year opens: Days to Iowa caucuses: 35 Days to general... Read More

What Will US Do to Combat ‘Deepfakes’ Ahead of 2020 Election? Technology
What Will US Do to Combat ‘Deepfakes’ Ahead of 2020 Election?

WASHINGTON — Imagine a scenario where, on the eve of next year’s presidential election, the Democratic nominee appears in a video where he or she endorses President Donald Trump. Now, imagine it the other way around. Or that both endorse... Read More

Michael Bloomberg Admits Campaign Used Prison Labor for 2020 Phone Calls 2020 Elections
Michael Bloomberg Admits Campaign Used Prison Labor for 2020 Phone Calls

NEW YORK — Michael Bloomberg admitted Tuesday that his presidential campaign has relied on low-paid prison labor to push out his 2020 message to American voters. In a statement, the billionaire former New York mayor said his campaign wasn’t aware... Read More

House Democrats Pass High-Water Mark in Fights Against Trump Impeachment
House Democrats Pass High-Water Mark in Fights Against Trump

WASHINGTON — Democrats scored a series of damaging revelations about Donald Trump when they launched their impeachment investigation, but now they’ll begin a crucial election year with the challenge that the most dramatic moments are likely behind them. Even by... Read More

Trump Impeachment Trial: Squaring Off in the Senate Political News
Trump Impeachment Trial: Squaring Off in the Senate

WASHINGTON — A senior White House official and leading Senate Republicans predicted Sunday that congressional Democrats would fail in their bid to force the Senate to summon witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial. Democrats countered by asking why, if Trump... Read More

USMCA Seen as Model for Easing Partisan War Over Trade In The News
USMCA Seen as Model for Easing Partisan War Over Trade

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s top trade negotiator and senior Democrats have declared that with House passage of a rewrite of Nafta, they’ve found a formula for Republicans and Democrats to forge trade deals despite Washington’s deep partisan divide. The... Read More

North Carolina Election Board Adds Trump Challengers to GOP Primary Ballot Political News
North Carolina Election Board Adds Trump Challengers to GOP Primary Ballot
2019-12-20 20:22:11
by Dan McCue

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and former Rep. Joe Walsh will appear on North Carolina's Republican presidential primary ballot, despite objections from state GOP leaders, the state Board of Elections said Friday. The bipartisan elections panel voted unanimously to add... Read More

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