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Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter and Annie Linskey of The Washington Post join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the Democrats' major legislative victory with the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act…
By Christina A. Cassidy, Todd Richmond, Associated Press
Wisconsin’s secretary of state has no role in elections, but that could change if Republicans are able to flip the seat this year and pass a law that would empower the office with far more responsibilities.
Candidates who ran on the false claim that the 2020 election was stolen secured victories in Tuesday's primaries up and down the ballot in Arizona and Michigan, two of the states at the center of that conspiracy. This scenario sets…
By Mark Scolforo, Marc Levy, Associated Press
A wide expansion of mail-in voting in Pennsylvania has survived a legal challenge brought by some of the same Republican state representatives who voted for the legislation nearly three years ago.
By Stephanie Sy, Madison Staten, Lena I. Jackson, Saher Khan
Arizona voters head to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the state's primaries. Leading Republican candidates in some key contests have doubled down on far-right conspiracies denying the results of the 2020 election. Stephanie Sy reports on how these…
NPR’s Tamara Keith and and Annie Linskey of The Washington Post join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including political extremism in the Republican Party, how Democratic lawmakers are working to pass a much narrower version of the…
By Keith Ridler, Associated Press
The Idaho Republican Party will consider 31 resolutions at its three-day convention, including one already adopted by Texas Republicans that President Joe Biden isn't the legitimate leader of the country.
Less than four months until midterm elections, Democrats are facing a series of headwinds on inflation, gun violence and abortion rights. A New York Times-Siena College poll just out shows 60 percent of voters, including a quarter of Democrats, disapprove…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
The phenomenon is playing out in virtually every region of the country — red states, blue states, in cities and in small towns — in the months since President Joe Biden replaced former President Donald Trump.
By Farnoush Amiri, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Republicans on Thursday blocked debate on a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on domestic terrorism, hate crimes and gun policy. The final vote was 47-47, short of the 60 needed to take up the bill.
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