Early voting for Oklahoma’s Primary Elections starts Thursday
- The Hill
The political damage suffered by former President Trump during the Jan. 6 hearings, which journalist Bob Woodward says has written the former president’s “political obituary,” is giving Senate Republicans eyeing the White House new hope for 2024. Presidential hopefuls including Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have largely steered…
- USA TODAY
The next Jan. 6 hearing will take place July 12 at 10 a.m. EST. The committee will examine "efforts to assemble" the Jan. 6 mob.
Information about Donald Trump's state of mind leading up to the Jan. 6 insurrection could be critical if any charges are filed against him.
- National Review
Nate Silver: Pelosi Fundraising Email ‘Straight-up Misinformation,’ Democrats Not Favored in Key Senate Races
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed in a fundraising email that Democrats are favored in six key 2022 Senate races. In actuality, they're favored in only one.
Mitt Romney says a return of Donald Trump would feed the nation's 'sickness, probably rendering it incurable'
Romney in an essay for The Atlantic called President Joe Biden "a genuinely good man" who hasn't broken through "our national malady."
An army of social media users backs Peter Obi for Nigeria's presidency, but will that translate into votes?
- LA Times
'Superlawyer' Dan Webb will lead the Murdoch-owned company's defense against Dominion Voting Systems in the case tied to 2020 election fraud claims.
- Associated Press
Brian Dahle, the Republican Party’s longshot hope to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom in California, knows that to win in his progressive home state he can’t allow Democrats to label him as an election denying, abortion-hating, gun-loving, bombastic right-winger. Whether voters believe he is what he says and not how Democrats portray him will determine how Dahle does against Newsom, a first-term Democrat who is an overwhelming favorite in November. Republicans haven't won a statewide office in California since 2006 because their candidates generally are little-known, little-funded and identified — rightly or wrongly — as strong social conservatives in a state that's socially liberal.
- The Hill
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) on Monday said that former President Trump’s return to office would feed into the “national malady of denial, deceit, and distrust” that the senator said President Biden has not been able to break through. In an opinion piece published in The Atlantic, Romney said that many Americans on both sides of the aisle…
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
If the court's conservatives adopt the independent state legislature theory, they would be making up law to create an outcome of one-party rule.
Six million first-time voters are set to effectively decide whether to extend President Tayyip Erdogan's rule into a third decade or to opt for something they have never known - Turkey under a different leader. Less than 12 months away from perhaps the biggest election in the country's modern history, a big majority of young Turks say they want change but remain somewhat skeptical that the opposition can properly improve the job situation, schools and freedoms like free speech. At about 12% of all voters in the presidential and parliamentary elections set for June 2023, the youth will be decisive in what is shaping up to be a very tight race for Erdogan and his ruling AK Party, pollsters say.
- The Guardian
Rumors are swirling that the ex-president could make an announcement soon, as January 6 revelations continue
- ABC News
Justice Department sues Arizona for requiring proof of citizenship to vote in presidential elections
The Justice Department has filed suit against Arizona challenging its recently enacted voting law that requires proof of citizenship in order to vote in presidential elections. The lawsuit contends that certain restrictions in Arizona's House Bill 2492 directly violate Section 6 of the National Voter Registration Act and Section 101 of the Civil Rights Act. The Supreme Court previously rejected an effort by Arizona in 2013 to require its residents to provide proof of citizenship in order to participate in federal elections, though after President Joe Biden's victory against Donald Trump in 2020 the state quickly sought to implement a similar mandate in passing House Bill 2492.
- Rolling Stone
The Fulton County grand jury's probe appears to be closing in on the former president, who pressured Georgia's top election official to "find" the votes needed to overturn the 2020 election
- Kansas City Star
Gov. Mike Parson signed a disastrous “election reform” law — but it won’t take effect until after the August primary. | Editorial
Trump lives in 'alternative reality' and truly believes his election-fraud claims, says UK film-maker with him around Jan. 6
Alex Holder revealed new details about Donald Trump's state of mind in the months culminating in the Capitol riot.
- Fox News
Herschel Walker spotlights image as a ‘uniter’ in his first general election ad in Georgia Senate race
Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker showcases that he’s a "uniter" who wants to “bring people together” in the first TV ad of his general election campaign in Georgia.
- Fox News
The Arizona attorney general fired back against a DOJ warning that it will sue over the state's bill to restrict non-citizens from voting in federal elections.
A GOP-affiliated group founded in the wake of baseless election fraud accusations following the 2020 presidential election is reportedly going […] The post Official investigating complaint of men going door-to-door requesting voters’ personal information appeared first on TheGrio.
- Business Insider
The Fulton County special grand jury subpoenaed several members of former President Donald Trump's legal team.