The PAC primarily responsible for sustaining Democrat Andrew Gillum’s candidacy in the Florida governor’s race raised an additional $1 million from small donors nationwide to help pay legal bills for a recount fight in Florida that fizzled out when Gillum’s margin of defeat was too large to trigger a hand recount.
A Democratic representative disbursed nearly $200,000 from his campaign funds to a law firm that is owned by his sister throughout the 2018 election cycle, according to a review of Federal Election Commission filings.
The National Republican Congressional Committee suffered a major hack earlier this year, according to three senior party officials, raising concerns the intrusion may have been orchestrated by a foreign agent.
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams is thinking of running for the U.S. Senate in 2020 and potentially making another run for governor after Republican Brian Kemp defeated her in a race for that office.
Conservative Republican Ron DeSantis and progressive Democrat Andrew Gillum presented voters with starkly different choices on an array of issues, none more distinctively polar than their plans for charter schools.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R.) on Friday decided to suspend Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of elections for Broward County, Florida, from office due to a series of voting and ballot controversies during the 2018 midterms and previous election cycles.
Outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.), who lost her seat to GOP challenger Josh Hawley in this year’s midterm election, condemned the Democratic Party in an interview released Friday for abandoning moderates and demanding “purity.”
Defeated Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ lawsuit against Georgia over the 2018 election attacks the state over restrictions to early voting, but she supported legislation in 2011 to reduce the early voting period in the state.
Claims of voter suppression tainted Georgia’s political landscape this election cycle, impacting races up and down the ballot, but none more so than the contest for governor.
Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R.) defeated Democratic challenger Mike Espy on Tuesday in a runoff Senate election to become the first woman ever elected to Congress in the state.