"I want to be clear," the former vice president reportedly told GOP governors in private. "I'm going to be supporting incumbent Republican governors."
GOP governors leading Democratic-leaning states earned especially high marks from voters, a new poll found.
What has made this election fascinating are the radical, almost diametrically opposed strategies of the two campaigns.
The former president hasn't yet endorsed any of Brian Kemp's challengers for the 2022 gubernatorial nomination.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has joined other GOP leaders in rowing against colleagues' warnings about the process, following the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban.
Louisiana implemented a state-wide mask mandate amid rising cases and the majority of Nevada's counties are under a mask mandate.
QAnon figures have made connections with several GOP political figures, with some making appearances at events or podcasts linked to the conspiracy's believers.
"My concern is that...some people are not being vaccinated who would be vaccinated and those people are going to die," Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said.
The White House said the picks are meant to reflect not only a commitment to bipartisanship but also a diverse range of regions and states.
"America's border security crisis impacts every state and every American," Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said in a statement.
As someone born and raised in Texas, it is disheartening to see how little its government values the right of people like me to exercise our bodily autonomy.
Here's what the American Jobs Plan would mean across the country: 20,000 miles of highways and roads will be updated, failing bridges will be repaired or replaced and long-overdue upgrades to ports, airports and transit systems will finally happen.
West Virginia became the 17th red state on Friday to announce it will be ending federal pandemic unemployment benefits early.
The bill has the backing of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, the 79-year-old who in November was elected to his seventh term in the Senate.
Polling has shown growing dissatisfaction in how action has been communicated, as cases continue to rise and the number of deaths linked to COVID-19 in the U.S. nears 400,000.
Organisers say they have collected more than half the signatures needed to get the recall on the ballot.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joins a long list of leading politicians to have allegedly broken their own rules. Here's the rundown.
"We are both asymptomatic, feeling well, and will continue to isolate at home," Polis said, in reference to himself and First Gentleman Marlon Reis.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said Monday that individuals violating the face mask mandate would be fined $250.
The president said that governors should create an "overwhelming law enforcement presence" to stem violence amid the protests.
In a call with the nation's governors, President Donald Trump called the protestors who have been demonstrating after George Floyd's death "terrorists."
Not every Republican governor has ignored science and medical experts, but the governors who have are all Republican. The result is more lives at risk.
"I would like to tell you that you would all be able to make reservations for June 1, but I cannot," Inslee said Friday.
Governors should "seriously consider and maybe get going on it," Trump reportedly said.
"While I surely understand the need to transfer prisoners from time to time, now—in the midst of this pandemic—seems unwise and unnecessary," Governor Justice wrote Friday.
The poll, published Friday by the London-based Opinium, shows an average of 61 percent of American adults approved of their state's handling of the pandemic, while only 47 percent of those polled approved of the federal government's response.
A series of recent polls found that most Americans trust their governors far more than President Trump when it comes to whether to retain social distancing measures, but National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease Director Dr. Anthony Fauci is a more trusted figure than even both of them.
"They can wait a little bit longer," Trump said. "Just a bit. Not much."
The Cassidy-Menendez proposal would create a $500 billion fund to help state and local governments respond to the coronavirus pandemic.