The planned summer conventions of both parties have been reduced and reimagined due to the coronavirus pandemic, rendering this election year different from any other. And of course millions of American lives have been upended due to COVID-19 and the…
Voters rebuffed President Donald Trump and nominated two Republicans he opposed to House seats from North Carolina and Kentucky on Tuesday.
By Associated Press
Elections were held in several states on Tuesday, even as the pandemic and major protests consumed the country. In Ferguson, Missouri, where protests first erupted in 2014 after the shooting death of Michael Brown by a white police officer, an…
The Democratic National Committee is working closely with states to find a workaround for a DNC rule that requires states to forfeit half of their delegates if they hold primaries after June 9. Several states have rescheduled their primaries for…
By Daniel Bush
By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Casey Kuhn
Across the country, election officials are scrambling to decide how to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic. Louisiana and Georgia have postponed their primary contests, and candidates have eliminated public rallies entirely. But in Arizona, Tuesday’s primary is still on, and…
By Michael Casey, Associated Press
Bounding onto a stage at a conference center in New Hampshire, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang beamed a smile to a cheering crowd and launched into his pitch for votes heading intod of Tuesday’s first-in-the nation primary.
By Jeff Greenfield
After a year and a half of speeches, town hall meetings, and tens of millions of dollars spent, the Iowa caucuses will finally produce a winner of the first in the nation contests. Or will they? With the Democrats revamping…
By Stephanie Sy, Rachel Wellford
Three days before the Iowa caucuses, 11 candidates remain in the 2020 Democratic primary. Polls indicate that many likely caucus participants are still undecided about whom they will support. In a state that is predominantly white, the candidates are striving…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
The urgent fight for the Democratic presidential nomination raged across Iowa on Sunday as the party’s leading candidates scrambled to deliver closing arguments centered on the defining question of the 2020 primary: Who can beat President Donald Trump?…
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