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Thursday, June 11 on the Campaign Trail

President Donald Trump will deliver remarks at a joint fundraising committee dinner at a private residence in Dallas. Afterwards, he will travel to Bedminster, N.J. Later, President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Guiliani, will appear on a “Team Trump Online” event hosted by Trump 2020 campaign senior advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Barbra Streisand and John Legend will headline a virtual fundraiser for former Vice President Joe Biden. Also scheduled to appear are Jennifer Hudson, Andra Day and Jay Leno. The proceeds will benefit Biden and his Victory Fund – a committee consisting of the Biden campaign, the Democratic National Committee and 26 state parties. Tickets start at $2,800 for a guest spot, $5,600 for supporter status, $41,000 for sponsor, and $100,000 to be considered a host.

Elections

Supreme Court Finds No Bias Against Black Voters in a South Carolina Congressional District
Outside the U.S. Supreme Court building. (Photo by Dan McCue)
Supreme Court
Supreme Court Finds No Bias Against Black Voters in a South Carolina Congressional District

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court 's conservative majority on Thursday preserved a Republican-held South Carolina congressional district, rejecting a lower-court ruling that said the district discriminated against Black voters. In dissent, liberal justices warned that the court was insulating states from claims of unconstitutional racial gerrymandering. In... Read More

Election Deniers Moving Closer to GOP Mainstream, Report Shows, as Trump Allies Fill Congress
Supporters of President Donald Trump hold signs as they stand outside of the Clark County Elections Department in North Las Vegas, Nov. 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
Elections
Election Deniers Moving Closer to GOP Mainstream, Report Shows, as Trump Allies Fill Congress

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the hours after the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, Ohio’s then-Republican senator, Rob Portman, voted to accept President Joe Biden’s win over the defeated former president, Donald Trump, despite Trump’s false allegations that Biden only won because of fraud. But as Trump... Read More

Juror Dismissed in Trump Hush Money Trial as Prosecutors Ask for Former President to Face Contempt
Former President Donald Trump addresses the media following the second day of jury selection, Tuesday, April 16, 2024, at Manhattan criminal court in New York. (Justin Lane/Pool Photo via AP)
Courts
Juror Dismissed in Trump Hush Money Trial as Prosecutors Ask for Former President to Face Contempt

NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in the hush money trial of Donald Trump asked Thursday for the former president to be held in contempt and fined because of seven social media posts that they said violated a judge's gag order barring him from attacking witnesses. Meanwhile, the jury... Read More

Maine Joins Effort to Elect President by a National Popular Vote
Maine’s Democratic Gov. Janet Mills delivers her State of the State address, Jan. 30, 2024, at the State House in Augusta, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)
In The States
Maine Joins Effort to Elect President by a National Popular Vote
April 16, 2024
by Dan McCue

AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine on Monday became the latest state to join a movement to elect the president of the United States by a national popular vote. Earlier this month, lawmakers in the House and Senate passed bills in their respective chambers to join the National... Read More

Tuesday’s Primaries Include Key Senate Race in Ohio and Clues for Biden-Trump Rematch
Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump, left, listens as Senate candidate Bernie Moreno speaks at a campaign rally March 16, 2024, in Vandalia, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jeff Dean, File)
2024 Elections
Tuesday's Primaries Include Key Senate Race in Ohio and Clues for Biden-Trump Rematch

NEW YORK (AP) — Five states will hold presidential primaries on Tuesday as President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump continue to lock up support around the country after becoming their parties’ presumptive nominees. Trump is expected to easily win GOP primaries in Arizona, Florida, Illinois,... Read More

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