The Trump-endorsed former football star won the Republican Senate primary with almost 70 percent of the vote.
The former president's record remains impressive, but his backing was not enough to catapult some candidates over the line—including Rep. Madison Cawthorn.
It is unclear if the billionaire who wants to take over Twitter was talking about November's midterm elections or the 2024 presidential election.
"What we are doing in passing this congressional map is a disservice to the people of Texas," Democratic state Representative Rafael Anchia said.
The law "was motivated at least in part by an unconstitutional intent to target African American voters," judges wrote in the majority opinion.
Within hours of the endorsement on Thursday, Bryan Miller and Darin Smith dropped out of the Wyoming congressional race.
"The last thing we need is to have some right-wing Republican governor in California," the Vermont senator said in the ad.
More than 50 Texas Democrats fled to Washington, D.C., last month to stop the proceedings on Senate Bill 1.
Census data helps guide the distribution of $1.5 trillion in annual federal spending and provides insight on how political district lines are drawn.
Joyce Beatty took part in a rally on Thursday afternoon to call on the Senate to pass the For the People Act, a sweeping electoral reform bill.
The rapper's nomination papers for the state missed the deadline by 14 seconds.
Fifteen economists said they expect the economy to shrink sharply in the second quarter because of the coronavirus outbreak, ending the longest expansion in U.S. history.
The 2020 U.S. census will shape elections for the next decade—and the signs are good for Republicans.
Frustrated commissioner roasts senators for more than a decade of "unnecessary costs" to U.S. taxpayers.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations firmly told Russia, "Don't interfere in our elections."
Vladimir Putin's spokesman says the Kremlin does not know what "Russiagate" is.
The vice-chair of Trump's voter fraud panel wants to make voters prove their citizenship when registering, despite little evidence of voting by illegal immigrants.
"This assertion has absolutely nothing to do with reality," Putin's spokesman said.
Diplomats across Europe have tried to ease fears about U.S. NATO commitments.
"Pls print in bigger print."
Democratic politicians need to resist voter suppression and engage with black communities outside election time.
The two may have never met, but Trump talks a language the Kremlin understands.