Republicans are fighting to retain their majority against a surge of Democratic challengers across a vast political map in states once considered long shots for Democrats.
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
PBS NewsHour Weekend criss-crossed the country including key battleground states to speak to voters about issues they most care about and how they plan to vote. We also spoke with reporters at our partner public media stations across the nation…
By Brian Slodysko, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
The Trump campaign has largely retreated from the TV advertising in the Midwest, shifting much of its money to Sun Belt states such as Florida, North Carolina, Arizona and Georgia, as well as Pennsylvania.
By Amy Taxin, Adam Beam, Associated Press
Padilla's office sent Republicans a cease and desist letter ordering them to remove the drop boxes by Thursday. Attorney General Xavier Becerra threatened to prosecute anyone trying to improperly solicit ballots.
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…
With only a month left for the elections,the President, First Lady, a few top aides including his campaign manager and several Senators have tested positive for COVID-19, redirecting the Trump re-election campaign. Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Hari Sreenivasan to…
By Marc Levy, Associated Press
Republican governors and lawmakers in many states have followed President Donald Trump’s lead on their response to the coronavirus, declining to impose mask mandates and pushing to lift restrictions on businesses and social gatherings as swiftly as possible.
By John Yang
The opening night of the Democratic National Convention featured several Republicans who plan to vote for Joe Biden in the November election, including John Kasich, former governor of Ohio and a 2016 Republican presidential candidate himself. But some Republican groups,…
By Jeff Greenfield, Ivette Feliciano
COVID-19 has disrupted a centuries-old political mainstay -- national political presidential nominating conventions. As Republicans and Democrats scale back their in-person conventions this summer, Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield reports on how these multimillion dollar events were losing their sheen even…
By Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the election date is set in stone. House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy says the election "should go forward" as planned.
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