"People are coming in left and right. They want signs, they want hats, they want the Trump T-shirt—you name it. It's been unlike anything I've seen in politics," one lawmaker told Newsweek.
"We will be, on the assumption I win, we are going to be terminating the payroll tax after the beginning of the new year," President Donald Trump said during a news conference last month.
New polling from the New York Times and Siena College found a widening gender gap working to Biden's advantage in Iowa, Georgia and Texas—three states Trump won in 2016.
"Today we proclaim that America will never be a socialist or communist country," Trump said during an event at the White House.
"We're going to keep on appointing strong, principled conservatives from the Supreme Court to all of our federal courts for four more years," Mike Pence said during a rally in New Hampshire.
"I know many of you were frustrated," the Democratic nominee said. "I get it. It has to change. It will change with me."
"We wanted voters to have full transparency, accountability and communication about the status of their ballot just like you would track a package," said Amber McReynolds of the National Vote at Home Institute.
"A whole host of things happened that the polls would not have caught," said one pollster about the 2016 election.
This is the first time that the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM), which was founded by the late son of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has ever endorsed a candidate for president.
"Donald Trump is nothing if not a good marketer," one branding expert told Newsweek. "He proved that in the first election, and you can see him doing the same thing heading into this election."
Congressman Tim Walberg, a Republican who represents Monroe County, said the area's unemployment rate is a "hard pill to swallow."
The endorsement comes after it was reported that Trump disparaged American soldiers killed in combat as "losers" and "suckers."
"Mental illness is not a crime, it's a medical condition," one retired sergeant from the Rochester Police Department told Newsweek.
"We continue to see excitement and momentum for Amy McGrath in the homestretch of the election," campaign manager Dan Kanninen said in a statement.
"I know that we can do better with our training when it comes to our officers dealing with and supporting families and individuals who are in a mental health crisis," the mayor said.
"It's seen as a dog whistle. It's not just about crime," one historian said of the law and order message.
The Washington Post reported that former employees of Louis DeJoy were pressured to donate to Republican candidates and then reimbursed through bonuses.
Mike Pence praised President Donald Trump as the "best friend American workers have ever had."
The latest survey from CBS News/YouGov found Joe Biden with a 6-point advantage in the swing state.
"I'll bring everyone to the table," Biden said during a community meeting in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
"We can all agree that Mitch McConnell has got to go," Amy McGrath, a Kentucky Democrat, told Newsweek.
Trump has no plans to visit Jacob Blake or his family during his trip to the Wisconsin city on Tuesday.
"We're slowly losing a generation," Mayor John Artaramian told Newsweek, "and that's all of our faults."
"The voice of those people is not falling upon deaf ears. We are hearing what is being said," Chief Daniel Miskinis said on Thursday.
"We must always defend peaceful protest and peaceful protesters. We should not confuse them with those looting and committing acts of violence, including the shooter who was arrested for murder," Kamala Harris said.
More than 230 students and alumni of the private college signed an open letter objecting to the vice president's visit, calling it inappropriate and "disrespectful."
"That's not the person they elected," Democrat Amy Kennedy told Newsweek ahead of her rival Rep. Jeff Van Drew's speech at the Republican National Convention.
"We will be, on the assumption I win, we are going to be terminating the payroll tax after the beginning of the new year," Trump said earlier this month.
"The choice of the McCloskeys fits the theme," one expert said. "It also represents the fact the Republican Party is simply a Trump party. It's a very divisive image."