The outgoing president has previously alluded to running in 2024, with comments having hinted at feeling he has unfinished business.
While defective election systems can have disastrous results, fixing them is not beyond our reach.
The unsigned letter was attributed to the Nye County GOP's chairman Chris Zimmerman who, after criticism, defended it as containing nothing seditious
GOP voters have expressed doubt as to whether the vote will be fair, as President Donald Trump continues to question the result in the state from the presidential election.
Georgia Senator David Perdue said he delivered "direct checks to Georgians" in a new advertisement released before President Donald Trump implied he would not sign a new economic stimulus bill unless the amount of direct payments was increased.
Steve Schmidt tweeted Saturday they could work together to defeat autocracy, despite their differences, in a fight that "will last for many years."
The radio host's remarks came after a Republican Rep. announced his plans to introduce a Texas Independence Referendum Act.
President Donald Trump has been hinting that he may launch a 2024 campaign, after losing out on a second term to Democratic rival Joe Biden, but aside from reclaiming the highest office in the land another run for president could offer several other perks.
"Harrison embodied the very best of this campaign," Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler said in a Friday statement, "and the very best of our state."
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu described the current period of U.S.-Taiwan relations as the "best ever," while also reserving special praise for outgoing President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
"The state of play in America in 2020 for Republicans is not good," South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Monday.
Democratic Representative Regina Goodwin said she planned to introduce a bill to Oklahoma's House of Representatives addressing defective absentee ballots.
A stuffed bear marketed to proud Trump fans may be getting more use these days as a source of comfort.
Scuffles broke out among people waiting for the results of the presidential election in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
The comments by Taiwan's foreign minister, Joseph Wu, came after President Tsai Ing-wen convened a national security meeting to discuss the U.S. election.
The letter claimed that U.S. Attorney General William Barr "intends to use the DOJ's vast law enforcement powers to undermine" the elections.
Prince Harry has commented publicly on an election for the first time ever as wife Meghan Markle called the upcoming presidential vote the most important of "our lifetime."
Patagonia clothes now have tags that say, "Vote the A******s Out" ahead of the November election. People can also find resources on the outdoor brand's website.
One forum user reported earning $4,000 from the DOJ by providing a link to a Connecticut database of voter information.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence said that instead of providing briefings on election security, it will only provide finished reports.
The U.S. has reported at least 164,690 fatalities to date, the highest COVID-19 death toll in the world.
Members of the Wisconsin National Guard are expected to fill in for poll workers across the state who may be at risk for contracting COVID-19.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is posing a genuine challenge to Alexander Lukashenko's rule, ahead of an apparent push from Russia to incorporate Belarus.
President Donald Trump has made clear he doesn't trust wide-spread, mail-in voting for this fall's elections, but he's also shown little interest in providing insight into what states will need to do to ensure voters are safe at the polls during a pandemic.
Experts and U.S. government agencies have warned against efforts to expand online voting due to security vulnerabilities.
"Jeff Van Drew betrayed the people of South Jersey and left our communities behind," Amy Kennedy said in a statement.
Partisan gerrymandering allows politicians to ignore the will of the people. In the case of Medicaid, the cost is extremely high.
Bucks County voters will need to wear a face mask to cast their primary ballot on June 2, or they will have to wait outside the polling area.
"The Secretary of State, like so many other organizations, has the authority to send out voter applications to all voters," one official told Newsweek.