Takeaways: Trump's big defeat; election denial backfiring
Former President Donald Trump’s crusade for vengeance suffered two devastating blows when Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger won their primaries despite rejecting Trump’s entreaties to reverse his 2020 election loss.
Timeline of Oregon county's ballot tally remains uncertain
Three weeks after Oregon’s third-largest county learned that a majority of their ballots had blurry barcodes and unreadable by vote-counting machines, state officials have yet to receive a written plan and detailed ballot count timeline from the county as frustrations continue to grow and the results of a key U.S. House race hangs in the balance.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer: FEMA request for expedited damage assessment of Gaylord tornado approved
FEMA has granted the Governor's request for a joint PDA with state and local officials to help expedite review of the damages and response costs. The PDA is the next step in the process of asking for federal assistance.
Board to assess fraud claims within GOP campaigns for Michigan governor: Here’s what that means
The Michigan Board of State Canvassers is set to meet this week to determine who will appear on the ballot for the 2022 gubernatorial primary election in August after five GOP candidates reportedly failed to submit enough nominating signatures.
GOP candidate Michael Brown exits race for Michigan gov. amid petition challenges
Republican candidate Michael Brown on Tuesday dropped out of the race for the next Michigan governor after the state’s elections bureau announced that five GOP contenders failed to file enough valid nominating signatures, and should not qualify to run in the August primary.
Court battles go down to count deadline in Pa. Senate race
Former hedge fund CEO David McCormick is going to Pennsylvania’s highest court in an eleventh-hour bid to help him close the gap in votes with celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania’s neck-and-neck Republican primary for U.S. Senate.
Search for Supreme Court leaker falls to former Army colonel
When Gail Curley began her job as Marshal of the U.S. Supreme Court less than a year ago, she would have expected to work mostly behind the scenes: overseeing the court’s police force and the operations of the marble-columned building where the justices work.
Greene, McBath win US House races; Cuellar in tight runoff
One of the last anti-abortion Democrats in Congress was facing his toughest primary challenge yet in Tuesday's runoff, while a staunch gun safety advocate ousted her House colleague in a fierce member-on-member congressional primary in suburban Atlanta.