Election officials say the truck is used as a mobile in-person voting site
- ABC News
Perhaps no midterm primary is getting more attention than that of Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, whose race next week could be the highest-profile test yet of the voter backlash -- or lack thereof -- to a Republican participating on the House Jan. 6 committee and whether anti-Trump conservatives have a path forward within their own party. As it stands, Cheney's chances for reelection are slim: Her opponent, Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman, bests her in past head-to-head polling match-ups, according to FiveThirtyEight, helped in part by a blessing from former President Donald Trump. On Thursday, Cheney released an ad crystalizing her closing argument: The "big lie" about the 2020 election -- and Trump's embrace of it -- is ruining democracy.
Kenya's one-time opposition leader Raila Odinga is slightly ahead in the race for the presidency against the incumbent Deputy President William Ruto, partial official results showed Saturday.
- The Hill
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) is heading into her Tuesday primary against a Trump-backed opponent seemingly undaunted, even as the odds are increasingly tipped in her rival’s favor. The Wyoming congresswoman has emerged as the most prominent GOP critic of former President Trump, having voted to impeach him and taken part in the House committee investigating…
Deputy President William Ruto is edging ahead of his main rival Raila Odinga in Kenya's presidential election, partial official results showed Sunday, underscoring the tight race as the country anxiously awaits the final outcome.
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- Erie Times News
Farmers across Pennsylvania were outraged to learn Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz got $50,000 in a farming tax rebate program for his new PA home.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
“Counting is only a small part of what these machines do to affect our county’s elections.” | OPINION
- KFRON San Francisco
Alexandra Grayner said she was demoted days after Jenkins fired 15 staffers who had worked under recalled predecessor Chesa Boudin. She also pointed to reports that Jenkins was paid by the recall campaign and did not disclose it.
- Kansas City Star
His fans love Trump because they say he exposes corrupt politicians from both sides of the aisle. | Opinion
Trump allies insist FBI raid, potential Espionage Act investigation only strengthen his standing in a 2024 Republican presidential primary
One Republican strategist claimed that the investigation "makes him pretty much unbeatable in a primary."
- Associated Press
Kansas’ elections director says the state will go along with a request for a hand recount of votes from every county after last week’s decisive statewide vote affirming abortion rights, even though there was a 165,000-vote difference and a recount won’t change the result. Melissa Leavitt, of Colby in far western Kansas, requested the recount and declined to comment to reporters Friday evening, citing work obligations. Baseless election conspiracies have circulated widely in the U.S., particularly among supporters of former President Donald Trump, who has repeated false claims that he lost the 2020 election through fraud.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here's a look at the Republican review of the 2020 election in Wisconsin.
- The Guardian
Her leadership role on the January 6 panel makes her a martyr for democracy to some – and an apostate to others
- Kansas City Star
A recount of the amendment vote could cost more than $200,000.
Kinzinger on his public feud with Trump over election lies and the GOP's 'creepy' obsession with the former president: 'He won in the short term'
"He won in the short term, at least," Kinzinger said of Trump. "There's no use in pretending somehow I scored some major victory and saved the party."
The head of Kenya's election commission on Friday admitted the tallying of results from the country's presidential poll was moving too slowly, blaming political parties for the delay, as national broadcasters abruptly stopped sharing provisional outcomes.
- Associated Press
Republicans in Congress who are relying on Donald Trump to excite voters in the fall elections are not only defending the former president against the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home but politically capitalizing on it with grave and potentially dangerous rhetoric against the nation’s justice system. The party that once stood staunchly for law-and-order has dramatically reversed course, stirring up opposition to the FBI and tapping into political grievances and far-right conspiracies that fed the deadly Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. It's all part of the GOP’s election year strategy to harness voter outrage over the unprecedented search, quickly and unequivocally set in motion as Trump hosted a dozen Republicans for dinner of steak and scallops at his private Bedminster club the day after the FBI action.
- The Des Moines Register
Brenna Bird is running to unseat incumbent Tom Miller, a Democrat who is the longest-serving attorney general in the U.S. history.
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- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyTo most of those paying attention, Vice President Kamala Harris appears to have hit the skids.Her approval numbers are lower than President Joe Biden’s, as well as every one of her predecessors at this point in office. Her role has largely been limited to casting tie-breaking votes in the Senate or managing the administration’s stalled work on migration and voting rights—none of which is helping in the polling department. Fellow Democ