By Phil Hirschkorn, Michael D. Regan
Many of America's voting machines were purchased after the disputed 2000 presidential election when a recount of the Florida vote was halted by the use of punch cards at the polls. But antiquated technology is drawing concern from voters again.
By Bill Barrow, Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
With Super Tuesday approaching, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz escalated their argument Saturday that Donald Trump is a conservative impostor, trying to make the case to voters they can keep the ascendant billionaire from claiming the Republican presidential nomination.
By Daniel Bush
With Hillary Clinton poised to win by a wide margin in South Carolina and several other southern states on Tuesday, Sanders backers have started preparing themselves for the possibility of voting for Clinton in the general election in the fall.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Marco Rubio unleashed a campaign's worth of harsh criticism on Donald Trump in the final Republican debate before Tuesday's crucial primaries.
By PBS NewsHour
On the eve of the Nevada Republican caucus, frontrunner Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz doubled down on their personal attacks -- with Cruz accusing Trump of dishonesty and Trump calling Cruz “a little baby” -- as Sen. Marco Rubio…
By Vivian Salama and Steve Peoples, Associated Press
ELKO, Nevada — Republican presidential candidates crisscrossed Nevada on Monday on the final day of campaigning ahead of the state’s GOP caucuses. Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz were looking to derail Donald Trump’s lead and boost momentum, looking ahead…
By Associated Press
The election calendar may have Democrats voting next in South Carolina, but Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are eyeing bigger prizes in March, a month that will determine whether the Vermont senator can keep pace in the White House race.
Seven candidates in Georgia want to replace retiring Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss. The race will help determine which party controls the Senate in the final two years of the Obama administration. But early voting suggests fewer than 600,000 ballots will…
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