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Wisconsin Voting Rights Groups Promise Lawsuit Over Early Voting Cuts
Gov. Scott Walker (R) on Friday signed a law that capped early voting at two weeks.
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Scott Walker Signs Wisconsin GOP's Massive Power Grab Into Law
Walker is making sure that his Democratic successor won't be as powerful as he was.
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Mueller Investigation Draws Closer To Oval Office As Trump Abandoned By Confidants
By Eric Tucker, AP
The admissions by Cohen and AMI conflict with Trump’s own evolving explanations.
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Rudy Giuliani Says Trump's Legal Team Wants Mueller To 'Wrap The Damn Thing Up'
By Hunter Walker, Yahoo News
"He can’t prosecute him [Trump]. All he can do is write a report about him, so write the goddamned thing and get it over with now.”
Ex-Obama Housing Chief Julian Castro Takes Step Toward 2020 Presidential Run
The 44-year-old former San Antonio mayor said he'll announce a decision Jan. 12.
Mueller Investigations Finally Begin To Worry Trump Allies
By Jonathan Lemire, Alan Fram and Elana Schor, AP
As the 2020 election comes into focus, the weight of the investigations do, too.
Prime Minister Theresa May Postpones Brexit Vote: Reports
By Jill Lawless and Lorne Cook, AP
May’s government does not have a majority in the House of Commons, and opposition parties say they will not back the deal that May and EU leaders agreed last month.
Republicans Around The Country Are Working To Declare Democrats Unconstitutional
The lame-duck power grabs in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina are part of a larger effort by Republicans to delegitimize any opponent.
Voter Fraud In North Carolina
One month after the midterm elections, there is still uncertainty as to who will represent North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District in Washington, D.C.
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North Carolina GOP Open To New Election If Fraud Found
NC GOP's Dallas Woodhouse said the GOP would “fully support" the idea if it's found absentee ballot irregularities likely changed the outcome of a House race.
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Democrats Fall Short Of Ousting New Hampshire Secretary of State
Bill Gardner, who served on Trump’s voter fraud commission, barely hangs on.
Congressman Calls For Hearing Into North Carolina Election Fraud Reports
"Votes have been stolen by preying on senior and minority voters, and now a cloud of doubt and suspicion hangs over this election,” Rep. Gerry Connolly said.
The War Over Voting Rights Could Fell A New Hampshire Political Legend
Voting rights are central to the Democratic Party now. It’s not clear Bill Gardner got the memo.
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North Carolina Republicans Try To Ensure They'll Be In Charge Of Future Elections
The state is already mired in allegations that Republicans are behind ballot theft in a rural county.
Utah Joins More Than 30 States That Have Legalized Medical Marijuana
The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law after lawmakers changed a bill approved by voters.
Wisconsin Republicans To Vote On Weakening Governor's Power
By SCOTT BAUER, AP
Members of the public testified against the measures at a sometimes raucous hearing that ran deep into the night Monday.
Midwestern Republicans Try To Kneecap New Democratic Governors
In Wisconsin and Michigan, GOP legislatures aren’t taking the party's losses well.
Wisconsin Republicans Advance Lame-Duck Power Grab
By Scott Bauer, AP
It will allow outgoing Republican Gov. Scott Walker to make one last major mark on the state’s political landscape.
Running For Office Is Really Hard If You're Not A Millionaire
It's not a coincidence that most people who are elected to public office are incredibly wealthy.
Bernie Sanders Eyes 'Bigger' 2020 Presidential Run Despite Some Warning Signs
The Vermont senator has indicated he would step aside if another candidate with a better shot at beating Donald Trump should emerge.
Republican Bart LeBon Wins Alaska State House Race By One Vote
By Becky Bohrer and Lisa Baumann, Associated Press
A recount of votes broke a previous tie between LeBon and Democrat Kathryn Dodge.
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Election Fraud Hearing Could Change Outcome Of North Carolina Vote
By Gary D. Robertson, AP
The Republican candidate leads his opponent by 905 votes.
Trevor Noah Flips Out At Donald Trump's Inadvertent 2016 Election Admission
“Hold up, hold up, hold up, whoa, wait, did you hear what he just said?”
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North Carolina Delays Certifying Results Of Congressional Race Amid Probe Of Irregularities
State investigators are reportedly examining issues with absentee ballots.
Black Women Break Barriers In Mississippi With Historic Court Wins
"Maybe the citizens are no longer looking at gender but they’re looking strictly at qualifications," said one judge-elect.
Harvey Milk 'Would Have Gone Directly' After Trump, Dustin Lance Black Says
By Hugo Greenhalgh, Reuters
The "Milk" screenwriter said the late politician's work stands as a "message of hope" for young LGBTQ people.
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