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  • Families split over 2020 Election, Biden, Trump, Republicans and Dems

    Families split over 2020 Election, Biden, Trump, Republicans and Dems

    Millions of Americans fight over the 2020 Election. Many happen to be related. Regan and Terry Long of Mooresville, NC (Photo: Courtesy of Regan Long) FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — At a party several years ago, Terry Long overheard something unsettling. “Terry doesn’t know this,” his wife, Regan, said to a friend, “but I voted for Romney.”  He […] More

  • Paranoia and finger-pointing in Trumpworld as election approaches

    Paranoia and finger-pointing in Trumpworld as election approaches

    When Stepien took over as campaign manager in July, aides said, the reelection effort had no budget and was on track to go broke. Parscale overestimated how much the campaign would raise in October by $200 million, forcing it to scale back TV advertising. Trump, as a result, has spent some of the precious final […] More

  • Twitter, Facebook CEOs to testify before Senate Judiciary after election

    Twitter, Facebook CEOs to testify before Senate Judiciary after election

    Senators John Barrasso and Lindsey Graham depart from a Republican caucus luncheon. | Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images The CEOs of Twitter and Facebook have agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on allegations of anti-conservative bias at a hearing after the November elections, the panel announced Friday, staving off a legal confrontation between […] More

  • 2020 Elections: Threats to a free and fair election

    2020 Elections: Threats to a free and fair election

    The 2020 presidential election is about much more than who wins. It has become a battle about the rules of American elections, what constitutes a fair vote and whether the U.S. can keep the process free from foreign interference. The vote is being steered in dozens of ways and any close result is likely to […] More

  • Cyberattacks hit Louisiana government offices as worries rise about election hacking

    Cyberattacks hit Louisiana government offices as worries rise about election hacking

    Whodunnit: The Louisiana cyberattacks involved a remote access trojan, or RAT, the kind of malware often used to lay the groundwork for additional breaches. The hacking tool, called “KimJongRat,” has been linked to the North Korean regime in the past, said the security researcher, who requested anonymity to discuss a private investigation. But according to […] More

  • Things This Election Will Decide That Have Nothing to Do With Trump or Biden

    Things This Election Will Decide That Have Nothing to Do With Trump or Biden

    Another voting-related ballot trend is the “only a citizen” initiatives in Alabama, Colorado and Florida. Can you explain that a little bit? That one is a less-familiar concept. This one is kind of odd, because it seems like a minor linguistic change, from “every citizen can vote” to “only a citizen can vote.” Legally, I […] More

  • ‘I’m Packing My Bags’ If Trump Loses Election

    50 Cent Def Jam

    Arts and Culture Politics instagram: @50cent 0 Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, who is known for his witty and sometimes controversial social media posts and his Power series on STARZ, has been speaking up a lot about the upcoming presidential election. After endorsing President Donald Trump over former Vice President Joe Biden due to Biden’s tax […] More

  • More Than 47 Million Ballots Cast In U.S. Election, Eclipsing 2016 Early Turnout

    More Than 47 Million Ballots Cast In U.S. Election, Eclipsing 2016 Early Turnout

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. voters have cast more than 47 million votes for the Nov. 3 presidential election, eclipsing total early voting from the 2016 election with 12 days to go, according to data compiled by the U.S. Elections Project. Some 47.5 million Americans have turned in ballots, roughly eight times the number of early […] More

  • Your Guide to an Election Gone Bad

    Your Guide to an Election Gone Bad

    Ballots turn up late Boxes of hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots ready to ship in Omaha, Neb., in September. | AP The worrisome and well-documented pandemic woes of the U.S. Postal Service, and the concerns about its Trump megadonor-turned-postmaster general, have turned this venerable agency into a point of worry this year. Nearly three […] More

  • Hopes dim for nuclear agreement with Russia before Election Day

    Hopes dim for nuclear agreement with Russia before Election Day

    At issue is Washington’s requirement that an extension of the 10-year-old agreement include a temporary freeze on all nuclear weapons, including strategic weapons covered by the treaty and tactical weapons that aren’t. “In any negotiation but especially in arms control, the devil is always in the details,” O’Brien said in an interview. “Assuming that we […] More

  • Biden carries big cash advantage into final weeks of election

    Biden carries big cash advantage into final weeks of election

    The Republican National Committee raised $38 million and spent $43 million, while the Democratic National Committee raised $37 million and spent $59 million from Oct. 1-14. Though Biden has taken a wide lead over Trump in the cash race, Trump has dismissed the idea that it would hinder his campaign. “We don’t need money, we […] More

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