After a year of deep disruption, America is poised for a presidential election that renders a verdict on the nation’s role in the world and
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden each has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. Biden’s
Trump could, potentially, call out the military to “quell unrest” but his power to do so is limited.
President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden are set to chase votes in Florida, a state all but essential to the Republican’s pathway to
The most litigious election in American history has resulted in more than 300 lawsuits…so far.
While spending most of the past four years tending to his dwindling base, Trump and the GOP realize they need disaffected voters who did not turn out for them last time.
With a more balanced approach, Biden seems to be returning the political debate closer to normal after four years of acrimony brought on by Trump’s anger, hate, and chaos.
In most states, Democrats seem to be turning out in larger numbers than Republicans, but the GOP is edging closer in some.
In this political fight, a deadly virus that doesn’t give a damn about parties or partisanship is in control of the president’s fading chances for re-election.
Both parties feel early voting helps them. Neither will know until after the ballots are counted.