Top election officials from around the country will be meeting in Washington, D.C., this weekend amid a flurry of news reports and political debates over the last two weeks about election security.
A public interest election group is threatening to sue a Texas County over its refusal to release records dealing with noncitizens on their voter rolls, the second Texas County threatened with such a lawsuit this month.
A pro-House Republican super PAC is making a push to maintain the seat recently vacated by former Rep. Tim Murphy (R.) in Pennsylvania’s 18th district.
Republican Rep. Bill Shuster (Pa.) will not seek reelection in November, and instead wants to focus on working with President Donald Trump to pass a massive infrastructure bill before he retires.
An election integrity group was granted permission to intervene and help the state of Nevada defend against efforts by Hillary Clinton’s former top campaign lawyer to halt recall elections that could potentially flip party control of the senate in the state.
Democratic congressional candidate Andrea Ramsey is dropping out of a Kansas race after a spotlight was put on a past lawsuit involving accusations that she sexually harassed a male subordinate who rejected her advances.
Progressive candidates for local office in Alabama and Minnesota have claimed in recent weeks that they are the victims of voter fraud, despite liberal protestations that the idea voter fraud could impact elections is little more than a rightwing myth.
The campaign committee of Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) is $88,000 in debt to her daughter for payments to run a lucrative slate mailer operation that has been used by the congresswoman to pull in hundreds of thousands in funds from other liberal political committees.
A successful Dallas businessman pledging to spend in the seven figures out of his own bank account to run for governor in 2018 should be a great get for Texas Democrats. Yet the party doesn’t seem to be getting behind Jeffrey Payne, whose business happens to be a gay bar.
Former President Barack Obama’s face is back on the campaign trail, this time in Germany, where his image is being used on posters to promote the reelection of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.