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By Candice Norwood
As the Biden-Harris campaign works to expand its appeal more progressive voters less than four weeks from the election, a number of people told PBS NewsHour they don’t see the current Democratic ticket as a sign of progress.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis Friday cut short the week’s political arguing and even quieted his Twitter account for a time. But the wild presidential debate produced plenty of distortions in the campaign for the election a month away. Here’s…
As voting rights organizations push for changes, filing dozens of lawsuits since March aimed at removing restrictions on who is eligible to vote by mail, election officials are making changes to avoid a repeat of the primary season.
By Associated Press
Biden struggled to raise money during the Democratic primary. But ever since he became the apparent nominee last spring, money has poured into his campaign.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are slated to attend the roll call vote in Charlotte, North Carolina Monday…
By Laura Santhanam
U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is scheduled to testify before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about recent changes at the United States Postal Service that have slowed mail delivery and some warn could jeopardize mail-in voting during…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
As the Nov. 3 presidential vote nears, there are fresh signs that the nation’s electoral system is again under attack from foreign adversaries.
By Daniel Bush
The Trump campaign entered 2020 hoping to boost the president’s support among Black voters. But the campaign’s plans for a more robust approach than the one Trump took four years ago have been complicated by the president’s struggle to respond…
Less than five months before the election, significantly more Americans say they would vote for former Vice President Joe Biden than for President Donald Trump, according to this latest PBS NewsHour-NPR-Marist poll.
By Matt Loffman
The races exposed some of the challenges each party will face on Election Day, when Democrats will be defending their narrow House majority and Republicans their Senate majority and the presidency.
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