New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took off Monday for a family vacation in Rhode Island just days after he convinced the city’s Campaign Finance Board to award him an additional $1.6 million in public matching funds for what he called a tough reelection fight.
State officials from California, Kentucky, and Virginia said Thursday that they will not fulfill a request for voter data from President Donald Trump’s commission on election integrity.
Virginia’s Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam is taking heat from his Republican opponent and local editorial boards for his decision to accept only three debates with Ed Gillespie—fewer debates than he agreed to for the Democratic primary.
In the wake of the Democratic Party’s Tuesday defeats, a progressive group acting to reshape the party is warning leaders to avoid “another billion-dollar blunder” by abandoning attempts to win over white working-class voters and stop taking black voters for granted.
Republican Ralph Norman has won the special election to fill the vacated seat for South Carolina’s fifth congressional district.
A data analytics contractor hired by the Republican National Committee exposed unsecured information about millions of potential voters to the internet without security, leaving it accessible to anyone to download without a password.
MARIETTA, Ga.—It’s rare to make it through a commercial break on the radio when driving through Atlanta’s suburbs without being told that Jon Ossoff would be nothing more than a rubber-stamp for Nancy Pelosi if elected to Congress, even if you’re listening to a Spanish station—yet Ossoff claims that he hasn’t given “an ounce of thought” to whether he would vote for her to lead the caucus.
Republicans are growing increasingly concerned about the upcoming special election in Montana, a race the GOP is still favored to win but has become a battleground in recent weeks.
A new ad released by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee aimed at attacking the Republican candidate in Georgia’s sixth congressional district was rated “mostly false” on Wednesday.