The Republican in the country's last undecided congressional race is ending his bid to be declared a winner and calling for a new election.
By Associated Press
Mark Harris testified Thursday that a political operative now accused of ballot fraud assured him "again and again" that he wouldn't collect absentee ballots in violation of state law.
By Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press
Primary voters in five more states went to the polls Tuesday. Among the outcomes, South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford was defeated hours after President Trump endorsed Sanford's opponent, while Virginia chose Corey Stewart, a vocal proponent of keeping Confederate monuments,…
More than 6 million voters went to the polls across eight states on Tuesday, the biggest primary night of the year. The battle to control Congress was front and center, but there were revealing elections in key Senate and gubernatorial…
By Matt Loffman
Primary voters in eight states made their decisions Tuesday, and there were several historic firsts. Here’s an exhausting, but not exhaustive, list of takeaways and key races.
Tuesday's primaries spanned the country and the political spectrum, from more liberal Oregon, to conservative Idaho and Nebraska, to swing-state Pennsylvania, where wins by women were particularly notable. Lisa Desjardins learns more from Dave Davies of WHYY in Philadelphia.
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