CBS 2's Brad Edwards and Joe Donlon are joined by WVON's Kimberley Egonmwan and former IL Republican chair Pat Brady breaking down everything you need to know for the November 8th election including their favorite candy.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
For months during the pandemic, Pinellas County residents filled School Board chambers to argue about topics such as critical race theory and masking. Anyone who tuned in to the board’s YouTube page could hear the commentary, which often lasted for hours and just as often was not part of the agenda. Citing concerns that parents might inadvertently reveal children’s personal information on the ...
- Fox News
The GOP branded Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY, an "election denier" just moments after he secured his position as Democratic Leader in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
- National Review
Georgia’s GOP lieutenant governor said he could not vote for Herschel Walker or Raphael Warnock in the state’s Senate runoff.
- The Desert Sun
The latest vote count updates Wednesday showed Holstege leading with 84,455 votes, compared to 84,434 for Wallis. More updates were expected Thursday.
- The Hill
Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) holds a narrow 2 percentage point lead over Republican rival Herschel Walker in the Georgia Senate runoff, according to a new survey from Emerson College Polling and The Hill. The poll released on Thursday found that 49 percent of very likely voters surveyed said they would back Warnock, compared to 47…
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- The Guardian
Former president to rally for Raphael Warnock against Trump-backed Republican as early voting closes in Senate runoff
Fox News' Laura Ingraham pointed out that Barack Obama is supporting Raphael Warnock on the campaign trail.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
If Cochise County supervisors refuse to accept their GOP county's election results, they'll toss Republicans statewide who should have won.
- Rolling Stone
Trump's response to accusations of antisemitism is to accuse his Jewish conservative critics of being disloyal
- Fox News
Facing new scrutiny over whether he's a Georgia resident, GOP Senate nominee Herschel Walker tells Fox News, "I'm a resident of Georgia."
- The Week
The GOP's 'election denier' attack on Hakeem Jeffries, explained
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"The Late Show" host showed why he thinks the GOP is a bunch of "darling dummies."
Lake intends to ask the Maricopa County Superior Court to nullify the county's election and hold it over again, sources tell TIME.
The former Speaker of the House says he opposes Biden's policies, but can't deny the accomplishments of the president's party in the 2022 midterms.
She was photographed by Pamela Hanson at the Hotel Chelsea.
- Sacramento Bee
An incumbent Democrat in liberal California with a more than 3-to-1 spending advantage lost. Why?
- USA TODAY
Democrat Adam Frisch was within roughly 500 votes of unseating Lauren Boebert in Colorado. Did Democrats miss out on turning the seat blue?
- Associated Press
A former elections manager who prosecutors say assisted in a security breach of voting equipment in a Colorado county pleaded guilty on Wednesday under a plea agreement that requires her to testify against her former boss. Sandra Brown is one of two employees accused of helping Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters allow a copy of a hard drive to be made during an update of election equipment last year in search of proof of the false conspiracy theories spun by former President Donald Trump. Brown, 45, pleaded guilty to attempting to influence a public servant, a felony, and official misconduct, a misdemeanor, but will not be sentenced until right after she testifies at Peters' trial next year so her performance on the witness stand can be considered.