Election

Federal Court: State Cannot Bind Presidential Electors

Ruling could impact liberal efforts at Electoral College workaround

A panel of federal judges with the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals handed down a 2-1 ruling saying the state of Colorado was wrong in 2016 to force a presidential elector to cast his vote for Hillary Clinton in the Electoral College.

Scott Walker: Taking New Job Clears Wisconsin GOP 2022 Field

Walker will take over the Young America's Foundation

Former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker says his new job will help conservatives in two ways. One, Walker has the appeal and donor connections to turn the Young America's Foundation into a force for millennials. And two, by taking the job, Walker is getting out of the way for other Wisconsin Republicans in 2022.

Bi-Partisan Commission Detects Russian Misinformation Effort in Ukraine

Increased bot activity before Ukraine's upcoming parliamentary elections

The Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity, a bi-partisan initiative founded in 2018, says that it has detected evidence of a coordinated disinformation effort on Twitter, targeting Ukrainian politics ahead of the country's upcoming parliamentary elections.