Common Cause President Karen H. Flynn has issued a statement on the recent boost to election security by the senate, says its welcome but has shortfalls.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi is voicing optimism about Democrats’ chances heading into the 2020 elections, predicting Tuesday that the party will keep the House.
It will take 13 Senate Republican votes to pass a Trump-endorsed gun-control bill assuming the entire 47-member caucus of Democrats & Independents backs it.
Steven Menashi, nominee for influential 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, sparked frustration from lawmakers in both parties for refusing to answer questions.
The House and Senate redistricting committees met to figure how they would enact new boundaries for the 2020 election by a court-mandated Sept. 18 deadline.
North Carolina court struck state’s legislative gerrymander on Sept. 3, calling for a remedy but State republicans appear determined to ignore the decision.
Republican Dan Bishop edged out Democrat Dan McCready in the special election on Tuesday to represent North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District.
Tuesday, John Bolton, Trump’s third National Security Adviser quit post over foreign policy disputes with Trump. Here are five takeaways from his exit.
North Carolina voters will finally get a chance to elect their lawmakers using fair maps, thanks to a court ruling that struck down the existing maps.
South Carolina GOP appeared to violate its own rules on Saturday when the party’s executive committee voted to cancel next year’s primary election.