The outcomes of Georgia's runoff elections will determine whether Democrats gain control of the U.S. Senate next term, or Republicans maintain a majority.
Demands to "defund the police" came in response to multiple widely publicized deaths of Black Americans involving police officers.
Social network Parler has allegedly hidden posts on its website that are tagged as #WriteInTrumpForGA.
Scott Fairchild, executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, argued the ongoing restrictions unduly benefit Georgia's Republican incumbent candidates for U.S. Senate.
The outcomes of Georgia's two runoff elections in January will likely determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.
Elections officials said no ballots were cast under the falsified voter IDs, and the information was turned over to law enforcement for prosecution.
"We've been at war for two decades. No one mentioned finding an end to those wars," Army veteran and CEO of Diesel Jack Media/Ranger Up, told Newsweek.
Out of the registered voters surveyed, 63 percent said that the moderator should also serve as fact-checker for the debate.
Candidates across different levels of government have been linked to a dangerous conspiracy theory based on messages from a mystery internet figure named "Q."
"People don't like her," President Donald Trump said of Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. "Nobody likes her."
Kamala Harris officially became the Democratic Party's vice presidential nominee at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night.
On the 55th anniversary of the landmark Voting Rights Act, advocates say 2020 presents a whole new challenge for elections access: The novel coronavirus.
Poll data indicated that 51 percent of Maine voters held an unfavorable opinion about Republican Senator Susan Collins.
Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib is locked in what could be a tight race to retain her House seat. A loss could deal a big blow to the foursome known as the Squad and their progressive agenda.
Did you know the dog gets his name from the classic holiday movie, "It's a Wonderful Life"?
Thousands show their support for candidate who announced he was pulling out of the week earlier this week.
The political commentator tore into Hillary Clinton's place in the spotlight leading up to the 2020 election.
"He cut out half the sentence. You should release the whole recording, senator."
Economy, stature, patriotism, and progress on health issues all bode well for the president, as does the Democrats' growing issue insanity.
"I don't know, I think Motley Crue has sold out more arenas than you have and could fill more seats than you," one Twitter user wrote.
Personal economy drives votes, not national statistics. And most Americans think their personal economy is lousy.
"The name's either going to really hurt or [really help]—I think it's going to help, actually," said Oprah.
Officials have blasted the use of Assata Shakur's words. But activists say she is a leader.
The senator has asked for all presidential candidates to release tax returns, while not clarifying whether she's after one particular candidate or not.
Newly revealed emails of prominent Republican donor and billionaire Joe Ricketts include conspiracy theories regarding Barack Obama's citizenship and racist jokes.
"To the women on my 2016 campaign who were harassed or mistreated, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for speaking out. I apologize," Sanders tweeted.
Obama publicly commented that O'Rourke was a "very impressive young man" who reminded him of himself. The meeting and subsequent comments have fueled speculation that O'Rourke is preparing for a 2020 presidential run.
"It's time for women to go to Washington and fix our broken government and that includes a woman at the top."