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    Michigan has experienced being a battleground and non-battleground state in the same election cycle, recalled former state Republican Party Chairman Saul Anuzis, referring to when 2008 GOP nominee John McCain closed shop there to devote resources in states where he was more competitive.  "Once McCain pulled out, our victory centers closed, all of our funding went away, volunteers walked away...
                      by Scott McClallen  While the Michigan Independent Citizen Redistricting Committee (MICRC) draws political boundaries for the next decade, its spokesman complained that some members of the media are unfairly criticizing them. Bridge reporter Sergio Martínez-Beltrán tweeted: “The spokesman of the commission said that “the way we’ve been picked apart and analyzed...
    The Latest on Germany’s election: ___ BERLIN — Voters are delivering a mixed verdict on the era of outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel as they choose a new German parliament, and some are struggling with the choice of potential new leaders. Polls opened Sunday after a rollercoaster campaign. Recent surveys point to a very close race between Merkel’s center-right Union bloc...
    Some black voters are trashing President Biden’s approval rating after the administration mandated vaccines for medium and large businesses on September 8, a Monday Morning Consult poll revealed. According to the survey, Biden’s job performance has shrunk five points to 71 percent among black voters since the vaccine mandate. Black voters disapproval of Biden also increased 7 points to 24...
    The recall election is over, but the vote counting continues — as does debate over whether it was all worth it. Gov. Gavin Newsom survived the recall attempt by a big margin, and that has led some to question whether the system works and if changes are needed. On Wednesday, two state legislators said that the failed effort to...
    WOODLAND HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- With the California recall election entering its final stretch, voting has not gone smoothly for everyone.In Woodland Hills last Sunday, some people said they were turned away because it was noted they had already voted - even though they insisted they had yet to cast a ballot.The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's office said those...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Elections officials in Los Angeles and Ventura counties voting is moving forward smoothly Monday, despite reports of problems for people voting in person over the weekend. Voting machines for use in the California gubernatorial recall election are seen at the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk office, August 27, 2021 in Norwalk, California. – The recall election,...
    Phuoc Dam has not forgiven Gov. Gavin Newsom for alleging that the first coronavirus case in California stemmed from a nail salon. Dam, who owns Queen Nails in Brea, is still reeling from months without income after Newsom closed many businesses to stop the virus from spreading. He marked his ballot “yes” on recalling Newsom, putting it in the mail...
    (CNN)California Gov. Gavin Newsom and his allies have spent the past few weeks ahead of Tuesday's recall making one direct pitch to Democratic voters -- "Vote no and go" -- asking them to vote "no" on ousting Newsom and send their ballots back without bothering to answer the second question about whom they would like to replace him. For Newsom,...
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- Several Riverside County voters have reported receiving multiple ballots in the mail for the upcoming governor's recall election."It's really hard to trust the process when nobody can explain why two ballots were mailed to one person," said Cheri, who asked that her last name not be used for this story."My husband received two ballots for the...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Almost instantly after most abortions were banned in Texas, Democrats were decrying the new law as unconstitutional, an assault on women’s health that must be challenged. But the reaction from many Republicans on the other side hasn’t been nearly as emphatic. Though some in the GOP are celebrating the moment as a long-sought win for the...
    Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas took much of City Hall by surprise last week, revealing that after months of speculation, he had closed the door on a bid for mayor. The announcement served as a potent reminder that the candidate pool in the June 2022 election remains remarkably thin. With the primary about nine months away, City Atty....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Some voters are complaining about the design of mail-in ballots, claiming that a person’s vote may be visible depending on how they place their ballot inside the envelope. A pro-recall group called Fix California posted a video claiming the recall ballot envelopes are flawed. READ MORE: LA County Reports 3,361 New COVID-19 Infections, 1,786 Hospitalizations And...
    The State of California will allow some voters to prepare ballots at home during the recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom, through technology the state first adopted in the 2020 election to help disabled voters and speed up the voting process. The system includes two different options. One is called “Remote Accessible Vote-By-Mail (RAVBM),” which allows voters to fill out...
    If you’ve watched the Olympics recently, you’ve probably seen an ad featuring Sen. Elizabeth Warren urging Californians to vote no on the Sept. 14 recall election. The Massachusetts Democrat won’t be the last big-name Democrat to make a swing through the Golden State — physically or virtually — to try to help Gov. Gavin Newsom keep his job. “They need...
    Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona (right) enters an elevator with a bipartisan group of Senators. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona may be driving Democrats crazy, but she's not on a political suicide mission—that was my takeaway from our conservation with Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego this week on The Brief. To some extent, Gallego and Sinema came up together through Arizona...
    Republican voters have more favorable views of Democratic West Virginia Rep. Joe Manchin than they do of members of their own party, a YouGov poll found. Thirty percent of Republican voters hold very or somewhat favorable views of Manchin, according to the poll. Twenty-eight percent of Republican voters hold very or somewhat unfavorable views of Manchin, while 42% do not...
    With the expected defeat of Democratic voting reform legislation looming on Capitol Hill, lawmakers may turn their attention to a compromise proposal that has attracted the support of marquis names on the Left, including Georgia activist Stacey Abrams. That compromise, however, proposes some election reforms that are more restrictive than those in a recent Georgia law Abrams and other Democrats...
                      by Andrew Trunsky  Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed an election reform bill Tuesday that could stop thousands of voters from automatically receiving an absentee ballot ahead of an upcoming election. SB 1485 would remove voters who have not participated in Arizona’s last four elections from its permanent early voting list,...
    Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed an election reform bill Tuesday that could stop thousands of voters from automatically receiving an absentee ballot ahead of an upcoming election. SB 1485 would remove voters who have not participated in Arizona’s last four elections from its permanent early voting list, which allows them to automatically receive absentee ballots ahead of elections. Partisan...
    Arizona is getting rid of its permanent early voting list and removing some voters from that list, as a result of the new law signed by Republican Governor Doug Ducey on Tuesday.  The state Senate passed the bill, SB 1485, earlier in the day. Under the old law, voters on the permanent list automatically received a mail ballot for every election....
    (CNN)Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday signed into law a controversial bill that could remove tens of thousands of voters from the state's early mail-in voting list, shortly after the GOP-controlled state Senate passed the legislation.SB 1485 would revise the state's permanent early voting list, which allows a voter to automatically receive a ballot by mail for every election. It...
    'Many of the restrictions being proposed by Republicans are effectively a product of their ignorance of the voting habits of their own constituents,' said a former Arizona elections official. As Republicans march ahead with their campaign to tighten voting laws in political battlegrounds, some in their party are worried the...
    By Christina A. Cassidy and Ryan J. Foley | Associated Press As Republicans march ahead with their campaign to tighten voting laws in political battlegrounds, some in their party are worried the restrictions will backfire by making it harder for GOP voters to cast ballots. The restrictions backed by Republicans in Georgia, Florida, Iowa, Texas and Arizona often take...
    (CNN)The GOP-led Arizona House on Tuesday passed legislation that would make changes to the mail-in voting process in the state, including stopping some voters from automatically receiving ballots.The bill, a part of the ongoing Republican effort to restrict voting across the country, passed on a party-line vote and comes months after former President Donald Trump and his allies tried to...
    KEY WEST (CBSMiami) – As cruise companies demand to go back to business, some of them are also seeking to overturn a decision made by voters in Key West to limit the size of ships docking at their port. Now, lawmakers in Tallahassee are on the verge of approving a measure that will cancel the results of that election. Facing...
    (CNN)Sheryl Threadgill-Matthews is paying close attention to how a delay in the release of redistricting data by the US Census Bureau could affect Alabama's Black community. Last month, the Census Bureau announced that it won't be delivering data that state lawmakers and redistricting commissions use to redraw legislative districts until the end of September 2021. Threadgill-Matthews is a board member...
    ATLANTA (AP) — A wide-ranging lawsuit filed more than two years ago and challenging the way Georgia’s elections were run has been pared down by a judge who said this week that claims against the state’s “exact match” voter registration requirement can move forward. When she narrowly lost the governor’s race in November 2018, Democrat Stacey Abrams promised to sue...
    (CNN)Georgia has a long history of attracting national sports events, but a controversial new voting law might have severe repercussions for that tradition.A leading Black civil rights group is calling on the PGA Tour to pull out of the upcoming Masters Tournament in Augusta after Republican Gov. Brian Kemp last week signed into law one of the nation's most restrictive...
    Right-wing salacious-lie peddlers Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman got hit with some bad news on Monday, when senior U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero denied the two men’s attempts to have their civil case delayed until after their criminal proceedings are done. Saying that any delay in the case could harm future elections’ integrity, Judge Marrero refuted all of Wohl and Burkman’s arguments for...
    After losing the 2020 presidential election to Democrat Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump reportedly told adviser that he would like to form his own political party. According to a new Hill-HarrisX poll, that would not be a bad idea. Released on Thursday, the poll — which was conducted online among 340 registered voters — found that 64 percent of...
    HARRISBURG (KDKA) – A proposed Constitutional amendment to change the way Pennsylvania elects state judges may be on the spring ballot if some Republican lawmakers get their way. But the measure is controversial with not every Republican supporting the idea. Right now every Pennsylvanian gets to vote for 31 appellate court judges statewide, including all seven state Supreme Court justices....
    Donald Trump has been urged not to 'degrade himself' and his voters with a slew of dubious pardons as he leaves the White House, as Pamela Anderson pleaded for her friend Julian Assange to be granted a reprieve. The president is expected on Tuesday to issue up to 100 pardons for people including white collar criminals, rappers and friends. The...
    For many Americans, the GOP lawmakers who objected to counting the Electoral College votes in Congress share some of the blame for the violence that occurred at the nation's Capitol. Nearly half — 47% — think some of these Republicans encouraged the violence that occurred. Most of those who hold these lawmakers responsible think there should be political consequences for...
    NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump’s steadfast grip on Republicans in Washington is beginning to crumble, leaving him more politically isolated than at any other point in his turbulent administration. After riling up a crowd that later staged a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol, Trump appears to have lost some of his strongest allies, including South Carolina Sen....
    Loading the player... President Donald Trump’s steadfast grip on Republicans in Washington is beginning to crumble, leaving him more politically isolated than at any other point in his turbulent administration. After riling up a crowd that later staged a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol, Trump appears to have lost some of his strongest allies, including South Carolina Sen....
    NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump’s steadfast grip on Republicans in Washington is beginning to crumble, leaving him more politically isolated than at any other point in his turbulent administration. After riling up a crowd that later staged a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol, Trump appears to have lost some of his strongest allies, including South Carolina Sen....
    (CNN)As a fellow Morehouse College graduate, Patrick Delisser feels inspired by Rev. Raphael Warnock's historic Senate victory.Delisser, a 32-year-old urgent care doctor, said Warnock embodies the will of Black men and HBCU graduates to beat the odds."This is an exciting time, this is monumental," said Delisser, who is also Warnock's Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity brother. "HBCUs put us in positions...
    Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is apparently working overtime to get back in the good graces of President Donald Trump while at the same time playing good cop when the president asks him to directly disenfranchise the state’s 4.9 million voters. Silly Trump: Georgia Republicans prefer the indirect route. Hence, Raffensperger announced Monday that he “launched an investigation” into at least four grassroots organizations...
    Former President Obama said President Trump’s “stereotypical macho style” was to blame for his increase in Black male voters this election cycle. Trump’s share of the Black electorate grew from 6 percent in 2016 to 8 percent in 2020. He did better with Black men than Black women -- 12 percent of Black men voted Trump, and only 6 percent of...
    Days ahead of its election certification deadline, the Riverside County registrar of voters said dozens of employees are in quarantine after more than one staff member tested positive for the coronavirus. The county is still on target to meet its Thursday deadline, Riverside County Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer said in a news release. County spokeswoman Brooke Federico said that...
    Republican U.S. House candidates shattered expectations in the 2020 election, in part because independents and some Democratic voters "connected the dots" between liberal Democratic governance and the economic deterioration in their communities, according to one GOP lawmaker. U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock of California, a Sacramento-area Republican and member of the House Natural Resources Committee, said on Fox News' "Hannity" that people...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has urged Republicans not to 'sit out' the Senate runoff races in Georgia, responding to threats from conservative voters to boycott the election to support President Donald Trump's claims of fraud. 'You're hearing some Republicans say, 'Well maybe we should let the Republicans lose,' because they're mad at the party in Washington,' Carlson said on...
    DONALD Trump has declared "we will win" the 2020 presidential election and ripped the "egregious" fraud - claiming there were more votes than voters in some swing states. The 74-year-old president took to social media on Sunday night to express his faith in an election turnaround and denounce the alleged fraudulent voting that took place in battleground swing states. 5The...
    A recent poll from The Economist/YouGov shows that a small portion of Joe Biden voters — 2 percent — believe that he did not win the election legitimately. The number is a far cry from the 98 percent of the rest of the President-elect’s supporters who said he won the election without foul play. The poll also found that a...
    A federal lawsuit filed in Wisconsin that called into question the integrity of this year’s election has been dropped as the Trump campaign and other parties continue to pursue legal action in several other states. The three plaintiffs, all Wisconsin voters, voluntarily withdrew the lawsuit on Monday. The legal action had been filed on Thursday in the United States...
    Although projected to lose the U.S. election, President Donald Trump made the race closer than expected, in part by gaining a higher percentage of minority voters this time around, especially in the growing Latino or Hispanic population, than he did in 2016.  The increase nationally in the Hispanic vote for Trump, from 28% in 2016 to 32% this year according...
    A stronger than expected October jobs report Friday showed declining national jobless rates, and unemployment declines across all major worker demographics. That’s days after President Donald Trump appeared to build out his voting base with Black and Latino voters in the Nov. 3 election, potentially raking in the largest share of non-white voters for any Republican since 1960 by...