Beto O'Rourke's PAC has raised more than $600,000 to keep Democratic lawmakers in Washington, D.C. and to deny Texas Republicans the quorum needed to pass a sweeping elections bill.
If President Joe Biden hopes to succeed with the agenda that the American people voted for and desperately need, he must abandon political caution and use all of the tools and power of the presidency to do what's right for Americans.
If one can draw a straight line from supporting voting integrity to racism and violent extremism/terrorism, shouldn't the American people be concerned?
"The most that could happen is I could be detained," state Representative Jasmine Crockett said. "And it's not the governor who gets to make that decision. It's the speaker of the house."
We should want the most secure and fair elections as possible, but leftists seem disinterested.
Democratic lawmakers may be forced to remain out of Texas until the session adjourns, which could take weeks, or risk arrest for denying Republicans a quorum.
"I'm truly grateful to everyone who came out & especially to those who are still testifying (at 4:15am!)," Beto O'Rourke tweeted.
Doug Mastriano, who has spoken of his desire to bring an Arizona-style audit to the state, said more counties could receive information requests in the future.
"The reporting error was unacceptable, and we apologize to the voters of our great city for this error," said the Board of Elections' deputy executive director.
Republican Representative Lisa McClain had previously railed against Democrats who had voted by proxy.
Until we come up with a better answer to the question of what "maturity" really means, a voting age still makes the most sense. However, there's no good reason it should be 18.
"We are aware there is a discrepancy in the unofficial RCV round by round elimination report," the New York City Board of Elections tweeted.
In the 11th round of ranked-choice voting, Adams received 51.1 percent of the votes while Garcia received 48.9 percent of the votes.
The Utah Republican also said he believes Trump's statements on election fraud are having a harmful effect on democracy across the world.
The Justice Department is suing Georgia over one of the state's voting laws that allowed the GOP legislature greater influence.
I am for the Island joining the Union, but not for silencing the voices of those who feel differently.
"I personally have ranked Scott Stringer number two and I think he's also a really strong candidate from a policy perspective," the congresswoman revealed on Tuesday.
Fewer Iranians turned up to vote this year, fearing that it is 'useless' to vote when other politicians put a stop to any progress. Others find candidates untrustworthy and unable to keep their promises.
"Making sure Georgia's voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections," Raffensperger said in the press release.
"The question is are we able to maintain a process in which we listen to other voices?" Obama said on Friday.
"New revelations that Fulton County is unable to produce all ballot drop box transfer documents will be investigated thoroughly, as we have with other counties that failed to follow Georgia rules and regulations regarding drop boxes. This cannot continue," said Georgia's secretary of state.
The law would make Nevada the first to vote in the 2024 presidential primaries but the change needs to be agreed upon by the national political parties. "Nevada represents a diverse constituency that presidential candidates need to talk to," said Nevada's Speaker of the House Jason Frierson.
If Democrats fail to support and invest in Black candidates, grassroots leaders and voters the party will fall drastically short in the upcoming midterms and risk losing the advancements made since the onset of the Biden administration.
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin had earlier reaffirmed his position on the filibuster, saying he would not change Senate rules.
"We would've been one of those battleground states," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
The singer and actor compared resisting Republican efforts to tighten voting laws to the Civil Rights movement.
Republican lawmakers postponed a vote on the American Innovation and Competition Act from Friday until June 8. The bill was aimed at making the U.S. more competitive with China, designed to shore up domestic computer chip manufacturing with $50 billion in emergency funds.