In a rare Republican rebuke of President Donald Trump, Vermont Governor Phil Scott endorsed challenger Bill Weld in the upcoming March 3 state primary.
Former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a pardon to Patrick Brian Baker, 41, who was convicted in the 2014 death of Donald Mills.
In the clip, Bevin tells an NBC reporter, "The fact that you ask why this is being nationalized and why people are talking about President Trump would indicate to me that you really have sort of maybe come out from under a rock, because here in America, that's pretty topical every night."
After the Department of Motor Vehicles tried to make Wendy Auger turn in her vanity plates, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu reached out to let her keep it.
Eddie Rispone is a successful businessman and political outsider running for governor in Louisiana. A supporter of the president, he's been called "Louisiana's Donald Trump."
State Rep. Robert Foster, a Republican candidate running for governor in Mississippi denied a reporter access because she is a woman, the reporter wrote in an essay published in Mississippi Today on Tuesday evening.
The decision in California is a rejection of President Donald Trump's policy prohibiting U.S. diplomatic missions from flying the rainbow flag.
Sisolak, a Democrat who was elected to office in November, rejected AB186, which would have joined a pact of several states looking to disregard the Electoral College in the next presidential election.
"The abortion issue is a serious issue, and I hope it's fully debated," Governor Kay Ivey told reporters just before the bill was approved by state lawmakers.
"It is a very different story than the one you're hearing out of Washington."
"Join me and we'll repair the damage done to our country and be stronger than ever," the former Colorado governor said.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
Cuomo described the practices detailed in the report about Facebook's information collection as "an outrageous abuse of privacy."
Governor Ralph Northam has rejected calls to resign, saying, "Virginia needs someone that can heal."
After two days of adamantly refusing to resign, people with knowledge of the meeting reportedly said that Northam still hadn't made up his mind.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro railed against Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, even managing to refer to him as the notorious Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele for his recent comments about late-term abortions.
"In New York, we have zero tolerance for discrimination or harassment of any kind, especially in our schools, and we stand with those who are calling for clarity on this troubling incident."
"We're sending messages to our young people that if life is hard, you can curl up in the fetal position somewhere in a warm place and just wait until it stops being hard."
Republicans need to be Amazon, not Sears, Kasich said.
Gov. Kate Brown's husband Dan Little cleaned the bathrooms at Mt. Hood National Forest Sno-Park after finding it a mess amid the shutdown.
"This is exactly how it was scripted," Gavin Newsom quipped. "I'm glad this is the rehearsal."
"We shouldn't be punishing people for something that is no longer illegal in Washington state," Inslee tweeted.
The Paradise resident became an addiction counselor after serving her jail time.