Jody Hice announced his campaign to oust Brad Raffensperger as Georgia's top election official in 2022, which got the backing of the ex-president.
"I will not go quietly until I draw my last breath," attorney Paul Davis wrote in response to questions surrounding his appearance outside the Capitol during the riot.
Philadelphia city commissioner Al Schmidt tagged Mitch McConnell in a tweet saying "please consider when voting your conscience."
Erin Hawley said the attacks against her husband and family were not starting conversations, but "just meant to frighten."
In his first interview since the January 6 violence, the former attorney general told ITV News that the unrest was "despicable."
The GOP megadonor, who has died aged 87, also gave over half a billion dollars to Republican causes since 2010.
The congresswoman blamed the senator who represents her state Missouri for the violence in the Capitol on Wednesday.
The CNN anchor gave his assessment of the tenure of President Donald Trump after the scenes of the chaos in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Andrei Kozyrev said he was worried at the challenge to Biden's victory, telling Newsweek: "Democracy is easy to lose but hard to regain."
The Republican senator told her supporters that "it's worth it for this election to last into tomorrow."
In a December 29 YouTube video, Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward called the lawsuit "a friendly lawsuit."
The anti-Trump group is repushing a video claiming Vice President Mike Pence is distancing himself from the outgoing administration.
Conservative Supreme Court Justice Brian Hagedorn sided with liberal justices in throwing out Trump's fraud claims.
The co-host of The View was angered by Trump's criticism of her father, tweeting, "It kills you that no one will ever love you."
Doug LaMalfa told CNN's Chris Cuomo that "we still don't know what the intelligence folks have in there" regarding the election.
On Fox News, Rivera responded forcefully to Limbaugh's comments that political division could lead to a Civil War-style break-up of the U.S.
The German magazine Der Spiegel published a 3,300-word piece which assessed Trump's eventful 2020. It wasn't complimentary.
The Vermont senator told Axios progressives deserve more top-level posts in the Biden administration.
The president's rage at the media and Democrats, and criticism that he is "delegitimizing" Biden's win, have hardened his resolve to get revenge four years from now.
Christopher Krebs told Axios on HBO that democratic institutions "are under attack from the inside."
President-elect says the unprecedented times would probably mean a lower key event when he takes the oath of office on January 20.
President-elect Joe Biden told CNN Trump's presence at the event would be important as it would demonstrate a peaceful transfer of power.
Shawn cited election officials in rejecting the president's claims of vote dumps at night and completed ballots being driven across state lines and disappearing.
In a Washington Post op-ed, the former cybersecurity chief said he would not be intimidated by threats made against him.
The president-elect told The New York Times that "not all compromise is walking away from principle."
Tom Ridge has tweeted it was a "shameful irony" that a meeting was held in Gettysburg to discuss how to overturn the election result.
The host added that the GSA transition decision still does not change her views that election was "rife with problems and potential fraud."
Representative Paul Gosar has continued to claim that the election was stolen for President-elect Joe Biden.