A conservative candidate unseated the New Democratic Party premier of Alberta Tuesday, the first time a challenger has done so to a first-term Albertan premier.
Harsh sentencing may have less to do with judges’ responsiveness to “tough-on-crime” voters than commonly imagined, new research released Monday suggests.
A small group of Colorado citizens is hoping to overturn a bill passed earlier this year joining the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPV), a workaround to implement a major shift to the Electoral College without amending the Constitution but which detractors argue is unconstitutional.
Federal officials sent a letter Tuesday refuting Sen. Bill Nelson (D., Fla.) claim that the Russian government is still compromising Florida’s election system.
Yet another candidate for district attorney primarily financed by liberal billionaire George Soros has won a primary election—this time in Texas.
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.