In politics, some voices are louder than others. In recent elections, political parties have seemed to grow louder, using the power of tone to try to control a conversation. Somewhere between the red and blue, though, is a growing population of unaffiliated voters that are increasingly disillusioned with the political discourse.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
In a Republican gubernatorial debate full of cringe-worthy moments, their answers on whether the 2020 election was stolen were the creepiest of all.
- Greenville News
The South Carolina Republican Party's executive committee has overruled the Greenville County Republican Party and overturned a protest by Joe Dill.
- The Guardian
Republican vice-chair of January 6 committee, trailing in primary, challenges Harriet Hageman to say 2020 election was not stolen
- Business Insider
A Trump-appointed official who gets an important vote on whether Trump broke election laws spoke at a Texas GOP event where he was billed as a part of the 'Trump Elections Team'
Legal experts are concerned about a Texas GOP event that billed Trey Trainor, an FEC commissioner, as a key Trump ally. He says he did nothing wrong.
- LA Times
Internal Justice Department communications show then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows texted about fraud allegations to the attorney general multiple times within 10 days of the election.
‘She knows it wasn’t stolen’: Liz Cheney challenges Republican primary rival over false Trump election claims
Harriet Hageman insists there were "serious concerns" about the 2020 election but stops short of repeating Trump's stolen-election claim.
- The Courier Journal
Under no circumstances should any committee comprised of only one political party be allowed to abuse anyone’s 4th amendment right to privacy.
The results of a case that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear in its next term could seriously undermine the 2024 election
- Yahoo TV
Alice Stewart said former President Trump is raising millions of dollars off people who “don’t have expendable incomes" off the election lie she calls a "travesty."
- The Wrap
Trump Worries Newsmax Interviewer Will Edit Out His Election Fraud Lies: ‘You’re Afraid of Being Sued’
"They'll probably cut what I'm saying out," said former president Trump
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyOn Nov. 7, 2020—the day television networks called the election for Joe Biden—then-President Donald Trump’s campaign manager was trying his best to break through to his deluded boss: The election was over.Specifically, as Bill Stepien, the Trump campaign manager, later said in his testimony to the Jan. 6 Committee, Trump’s chances had dwindled since the election to the point where they were “very, very, very bleak.” The campaign hadn’t be
- CBS News
Rep. Liz Cheney found herself aligned with her four challengers on a few points but disagreed with them on issues like the legitimacy of the Jan. 6 committee and of the 2020 presidential election.
Dr. Oz won a key endorsement from Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Years earlier, staffers say they were disturbed by Oz's softball treatment of Trump.
- Rolling Stone
The conservative-dominated court that just dealt blows to reproductive rights and climate action is set to rule on whether state lawmakers can run elections without oversight from the courts
- Charlotte Observer
A Supreme Court case brought by North Carolina lawmakers could blow up democracy altogether. | Editorial
- The Hill
Incumbent Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) is leading Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke by 8 points among likely voters in the state’s gubernatorial race, a new poll has found. According to a CBS News-YouGov poll released Thursday, Abbott is leading O’Rourke 49 percent to 41 percent among likely voters, despite the majority of Texas residents surveyed viewing…
- The State
“I apologize for my language in this private conversation and for offending my fellow Democrats,” state Rep. Krystle Matthews, the Democratic nominee to challenge Tim Scott in November, told reporters Thursday.
- The Pueblo Chieftain
The incident did not affect other votes in the primary, a spokesperson with the Colorado Secretary of State's Office said.
- Associated Press Videos
The Capitol insurrection dominated Thursday's debate in Wyoming as Congresswoman Liz Cheney faced her four Republican primary challengers. Cheney pressed her Trump-backed opponent on whether she agreed with Trump's 2020 election fraud claims. (July 1)
- Associated Press
A candidate for Nevada governor who lost this month's Republican primary election by just over 11 percentage points, or nearly 26,000 votes, will pay for a statewide recount after he objected to the outcome and made numerous unproven claims about the election process. Nevada’s Secretary of State told county clerks Wednesday to begin conducting a recount this week, at a cost of $190,960 to Reno attorney Joey Gilbert. Gilbert had 26.7% of the vote on June 14, trailing Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, who won 38.4% in a crowded primary field for the Republican governor nomination on June 14.