As the Democratic primary season rolls on, one big lesson is sinking in from the party’s caucus-night meltdown in Iowa: Secrecy isn’t a strategy, opinion.
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Freshly from an impeachment trial over use of office for political gain Trump has praised Attorney General for intervening on behalf of political confidant.
New Mexico congressional delegation is leading a bill in the House that aims to protect Native American voting rights ahead of 2020.
Under the Senate’s rules, any one senator can ask for unanimous consent to pass a bill, but any one senator can object and block their requests.
Bipartisanship is key to curtailing cyberattacks on U.S. elections. A new bipartisan bill does exactly that, targeting cyberattacks as 2020 polls loom.
The much-talked about Iowa democratic caucus was a failure. But with the New Hampshire primary near, confidence is returning in other primary states.
Obama administration’s response to Russian election interference during the 2016 election was undermined by partisan concerns, new Senate bipartisan Report.
Audie Cornish of Wesafm interviewed Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon on emerging issues following the disastrous Iowa caucus. Election security came up.
As Democrats pick their 2020 candidate, several left-leaning groups are suing against states they view as suppressing participation in elections.
The partisan nature of the impeachment process is the stamp of America’s flawed democracy. The people, not Congress should be the ones to impeach or acquit.