Tue., Nov. 3, 2020
Joseph R. Biden (D)
- Arizona (11)
- California (55)
- Colorado (9)
- Connecticut (7)
- Delaware (3)
- District of Columbia (3)
- Georgia (16)
- Hawaii (4)
- Illinois (20)
- Maine (2)
- Maine (Dist. 1) (1)
- Maryland (10)
- Massachusetts (11)
- Michigan (16)
- Minnesota (10)
- Nebraska (Dist. 2) (1)
- Nevada (6)
- New Hampshire (4)
- New Jersey (14)
- New Mexico (5)
- New York (29)
- Oregon (7)
- Pennsylvania (20)
- Rhode Island (4)
- Vermont (3)
- Virginia (13)
- Washington (12)
- Wisconsin (10)
Judging by the plywood, it’s shaping up to be an Election Day like no other.
A headline claimed that Republican Warren G. Harding was ahead by a big margin in those states where the polls closed early.
With only eight days until Election Day, so much of daily thought and conversation centers on political matters.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Dave Wilson talk pandemic, Trump’s response and health care in second debate
In her quest for a ninth term in Congress, McMorris Rodgers defended early actions of the Trump administration to stop the spread of the pandemic and argued existing assistance programs would help if they were extended. Democrat Wilson said the White House lost time by publicly downplaying the impact of the virus.
‘There have been new challenges’: Women running for office aim to balance new demands during COVID-19
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to stay at home in March, former state Rep. Kristine Reeves knew her campaign would change in ways many other candidates’ wouldn’t.
Republic Police Chief Loren Culp, the GOP candidate for governor, was named in a federal lawsuit that claims a Montana woman’s rights were violated when she was detained and charged after a traffic check in 2018.
As battle over mail-in voting heats up, Washington offers example of how to avoid the disaster many states fear
With an unprecedented number of Americans expected to vote by mail in November, sweeping changes at the U.S. Postal Service have raised concerns about voters receiving their ballots before Election Day, but election watchers say returning ballots on time could be a bigger problem.
WASHINGTON – Amid growing concern about the impact of changes at the U.S. Postal Service on Americans’ ability to vote by mail, Democratic senators on Wednesday called on the agency’s chief to clarify how it will handle ballots and other election-related mail.
The selection of U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris to be the Democratic nominee for vice president delighted some, encouraged others and disappointed a few party members Tuesday after presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden made his announcement.
Washington’s top elections official warns of ‘very concerning’ changes at Postal Service that could impact voting
Washington election officials are worried that attempts to cut costs at the U.S. Postal Service could impact the November election amid growing bipartisan concerns about the agency’s ability to handle a surge of mail-in ballots across the country.
Those waiting for an appointment to get a new driver license or Washington ID card can register to vote using their Social Security number.
The two candidates taking on incumbent Democratic State Auditor Pat McCarthy in the Aug. 4 primary argue McCarthy did not show enough leadership once the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Election officials in North Macedonia carried ballot boxes to the homes of voters suffering from COVID-19 or in quarantine Monday, at the start of three days of voting in a general election that was delayed for months by the pandemic.
The inbox had a candidate request that every political reporter can expect at this point in the election cycle. Different candidate each year, same request: Don’t ignore my campaign.
When Joe Biden announced he was running for president, he framed his campaign as “a battle for the soul of this nation,” saying President Trump threatened its core values by condoning the racism of torch-carrying neo-Nazis who marched in 2017 through Charlottesville, Va. The former vice president, who has captured the 1,991 delegates he needed to formally win the Democratic nomination, returned to the theme of racial discord Saturday as thousands protested the killing of George Floyd, an African American man who died last month after a white Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for almost nine minutes.
Ella Jones winced as she gazed at a boarded-up restaurant, one of several businesses in Ferguson damaged in protests over the death of George Floyd. As Jones prepares to take over as the Missouri town’s first black mayor, she understands that Ferguson will always symbolize the uneasy relationship between black people and police.
Spokane Valley Councilwoman Pam Haley won’t appear on state House ballot despite computer troubles, judge rules
Haley said the Secretary of State’s website crashed as she was trying to file for a state House of Representatives seat last week, but there were other methods available to file her candidacy, a Spokane Superior Court judge ruled Friday in denying her request to appear on the August ballot.
A crucial election appeared peaceful Wednesday in the East African nation of Burundi, where President Pierre Nkurunziza is stepping aside after a divisive 15-year rule but will remain “paramount leader” in the country that often rejects outside scrutiny.
There are no plans to postpone or otherwise alter a special congressional election in Wisconsin that is less than two weeks away, even though more than 50 people who voted in person or worked the polls during the state’s presidential primary this month have tested positive for COVID-19.
Facebook said it will label some election-related posts with their geographic origin in an attempt to curb political misinformation by foreign-based pages that mimic legitimate groups and political parties.