By Julie Carr Smyth, Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
Joe Biden is set to make his first general election campaign visit Monday to Ohio, signaling the former vice president’s hopes of winning the state Democrats lost by a significant margin in the 2016 election.
By Kaomi Lee, Twin Cities PBS
Democratic Congressman Collin Peterson has represented Minnesota's rural and conservative 7th Congressional District for 30 years. Now, he’s facing stiff competition from Michelle Fischbach, the state’s Lieutenant Governor, in November’s upcoming election. Special Correspondent Kaomi Goetz from Twin Cities PBS…
By PBS NewsHour
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett will begin on Monday. And despite opposition from Democrats and some Republicans to fill Justice Ginsburg’s seat before the election, Barrett has the votes needed for her confirmation. Amy Howe,…
By Mark Sherman, Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick, Mike Balsamo, Associated Press
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett vows to be a justice “fearless of criticism” as the split Senate charges ahead with confirmation hearings on President Donald Trump’s pick to cement a conservative court majority before Election Day.
By Daniel Bush
President Donald Trump's effort to project physical toughness while recovering from the coronavirus has struck a chord with supporters, many of whom said in interviews in recent days that his experience with COVID-19 made them less fearful of contracting it.
By Courtney Vinopal
New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew, a Republican, and his Democratic challenger Amy Kennedy will participate in a live debate at 8 p.m. ET. Watch it here.
Over the last four years, the number of independent voters in Colorado has shot up, making them the largest voting block in the state. As part of our ongoing series “Roads to Election 2020,” we look at the political landscape…
At his press briefing on Saturday, President Trump’s physician, who said the president was “doing very well,” dodged some questions from the press about his treatment, raising concerns over the true timeline of his COVID-19 diagnosis. Julie Pace, D.C. Bureau…
In North Carolina, voters react to the president testing positive for the coronavirus.
By Rebecca Boone, Associated Press
Most of the three-quarters of a million people held in U.S. jails have the right to vote. But a new report from the Prison Policy Initiative finds many of them are unable to, stymied by misinformation, limited access to ballots…
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