Georgia 28th District to redo legislature primaries on December 4 as a result of lawsuit filed by Dan Gasaway who lost to Chris Erwin by 67 votes.
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Ensuring that elections are free, fair, transparent and credibly run should be the chief concern of all election officials and courts!
US elections employ a number voting materials, equipment during elections. ES&S, Hart, and Dominion are the dominant election equipment vendors.
A stunning twist of event primaries held on the 22 of May in Georgia ended up with a Republican victory but with a total confusion over who the Republican state House victor is.
Plaintiffs in Schmitt v Husted are challenging a seemingly arrogated prerogative by Ohio election officials to decide on what initiative to put on ballot.
As the 2018 midterm elections draw nearer, searches for the keyword “midterms” have spiked. This DC article addresses some of their many questions.
Republican and Democratic backed candidates in Kentucky are battling over signature requirements in local elections and the candidate backed by the Democrats could get knocked off the ballot.
During Day 1 of Senate confirmation hearings for Trump Supreme Court nominee, Kavanaugh, Democrats requested release of the nominee’s White House documents.
Democracy Chronicles makes a brief retrospect of what the results of the 2016 midterms were. The Republicans gained house control that year. What if the Republicans win the 2018 midterms again?
Gubernatorial primaries for Wyoming end with loser Foster Friess disgruntled. Friess has proposed that the 2019 legislature change Wyoming’s elections laws.