For the GOP, the goal is to win at any cost, even if that cost means an end to America as we know it.
Disagreements spell trouble for the presidents. The days of union solidary seem to be over
Republicans, of course, want to curtail such voting because they lost
Efforts in Arizona and Texas depend on embedded racism and bigotry in both states and elsewhere in the west
Cleta Mitchell, conservative lawyer and GOP activist, lost her position in a prominent law firm for her role in Trump’s efforts to force Georgia to overturn the will of the state’s voters
In a divided America, both sides wonder what it will take. Some say this nation will find a way. Others say it is too late.
Some say having a member of Congress or a president-elect or a mayor getting a shot early showcases the safety of the vaccine. Others say it is just another example of catering to the rich and powerful.
The dubious proposal to let state legislatures pick new electors to replace those chosen by voters gets a solid thumbs down from GOP leaders.
In most states, Democrats seem to be turning out in larger numbers than Republicans, but the GOP is edging closer in some.
Shirley Dixon-Mosley had never sent a ballot through the mail. She always treasured casting her ballot in person. But for November’s election, she voted early