Oakland County voters divided over public transportation millage on November ballot
The spot is so bad that many thought it was a parody.
The former House speaker offered up a bizarre defense of the Senate candidate.
- Kansas City Star
Missouri voters will decide on issues like legalizing recreational weed, state authority over KCPD funding and more on Election Day. Here’s your guide to what ‘yes’ and ‘no’ votes mean on each.
- The Root
With a little more than a month to go before Georgia voters choose their next governor, a federal judge ruled against the voting rights group started by Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee, in a lawsuit over whether the state engaged in voter suppression.
- Associated Press
A Montana judge struck down as unconstitutional three laws that restricted voting in the state, saying there was no evidence of the widespread voter fraud that the 2021 Republican-sponsored laws ostensibly were targeting. The laws ended same-day voter registration, imposed new identification requirements on students and restricted third-party ballot collections. The restrictions were put on hold in April under a temporary injunction later upheld by the Montana Supreme Court.
- USA TODAY Opinion
In the Republican Party of Donald Trump and Marjorie Taylor Greene, only those faithful to Trump’s MAGA movement are safe.
- Tallahassee Democrat
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio continues to hold a lead over Val Demings, just over a month before Election Day, according to Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy survey.
The founder and CEO of a software company targeted by election deniers was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of stealing data on Los Angeles County poll workers.
- The Providence Journal
RI Republican Allan Fung is running for Congress and he worked with Elaine Chao on a national committee. He has condemned Trump's mockery of her.
- The Hill
The Cook Political Report on Tuesday moved Pennsylvania’s Senate race back into its “toss up” category, less than two months after moving the contest into the “lean Democratic” column. The nonpartisan election forecaster cited recent polls showing a tightening race between Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz. An Emerson College Polling-The Hill survey released last week…
Democrats have spent millions calling Walker a domestic abuser.
Nancy Pelosi Throws Shade At Trump On ‘The Late Show’ & Makes Bold Prediction About Midterm Election Results: “We Will Hold The House”
Nancy Pelosi stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and made a bold prediction about the midterm elections coming in November. “I believe that we will hold the House,” the current Speaker of the House said to the roaring applause of the in-house audience. “We will hold the House by winning more seats. We […]
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- The Hill
Former President Trump on Monday threatened legal action against various news media outlets and the House select committee investigating the Jan 6., 2021, attack on the Capitol on the same day his legal team filed a lawsuit against CNN. Trump did not specify what other media outlets he plans to sue but said he would…
- The Guardian
Far-right president forces second round after closely trailing Lula, disappointing those who had hoped to turn a page on his influence
- Associated Press
A year ago, Arizona’s Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was all over cable news, building a national profile as a defender of democracy and raking in cash for her campaign for governor. Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, newly elected to finish the late John McCain’s last term and running for reelection, looked to be among the most vulnerable members of the Senate. Fortunes appear to have flipped for the two Democrats as the midterm campaign enters the home stretch in a fast-growing, diverse state that is increasingly central to how the Democratic Party sees its future.
- The New York Times
LAS VEGAS — The Culinary Workers Union members who are knocking on doors to get out the vote are on the cursed-at front lines of the Democratic Party’s midterm battle. Most voters do not open their doors. And when some do answer, the canvassers might wish they hadn’t. “You think I am going to vote for those Democrats after all they’ve done to ruin the economy?” a voter shouted one evening last week from her entryway in a working-class neighborhood of East Las Vegas. Sign up for The Morning newsl
- LA Times
Tax measure appears at risk as well. Governor seems headed to easy reelection.
- USA TODAY
The conservative lawyer and Trump critic thinks the ex-president may be 'convicted of multiple felonies.' Trump hasn't been criminally charged.
- USA TODAY
A new book details Trump's interactions in the White House, from ignoring a civics tutorial to asking Theresa May about abortion.