Nikki Haley has booked her largest venue in Iowa since launching her campaign. She’s hoping to fill a 600-person hall in a western Des Moines suburb on Saturday.
A bail bondsman charged alongside former President Donald Trump and 17 others in the Georgia election interference case has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges.
Spain’s acting center-left Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez lost July’s national election but now has a shot at returning to power.
A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign.
Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig is planning to announce a Republican bid for U.S. Senate in Michigan next week.
Slovakia holds an early parliamentary election on Saturday that pits populist former Prime Minister Robert Fico who campaigned on a clear pro-Russia and anti-American message against a liberal pro-West newcomer.
Arizona’s top elections official says the No Labels party can’t block candidates from using its ballot line to run for office.
North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed Republican legislation that would take away his powers to choose State Board of Elections members and give them to legislative leaders.
The complexities of abortion-related politics in the post-Roe v. Wade era are continuing to put the squeeze on Republican Daniel Cameron.
North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore has already said that his record fifth two-year term leading the chamber would be his last.
Donald Trump ally Kari Lake, who’s refused to acknowledge her loss in last year’s race for Arizona governor, is now running for U.S. Senate.
President Joe Biden has issued one of his most dire warnings yet that Donald Trump and his allies are a menace to American democracy.
A man who climbed the platform at a campaign event in western New York last year and grappled with Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of assaulting a federal officer.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan says she won’t recuse herself from Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case in Washington.
Two defendants accused of participating in a fake elector scheme in Michigan following the 2020 election are asking for a judge to dismiss charges in response to comments made by the state attorney general.
Ronald Reagan gave many notable speeches as president and he was known for his turn of a phrase. Think of his 1982 speech to Britain’s Parliament, when he said “the march of freedom and democracy” was leaving “Marxism-Leninism on the ash heap of history.”
Accusations that New Mexico’s Democratic-led Legislature unfairly diluted the vote of a politically conservative oil-producing region with its redistricting map have gone to trial.
Several of Donald Trump’s rivals stepped up their attacks against him in the second Republican presidential debate.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has obtained an original 1858 photograph of the future president with an interesting backstory.
Connecticut lawmakers have approved $150,000 for an election monitor for Bridgeport. The decision comes after the race for mayor in Connecticut’s largest city has been tainted by possible fraud.
Records show that Mississippi announced financial incentives for a shipbuilder in 2020 days after the president of the shipbuilder’s parent company donated $10,000 to the governor’s campaign fund.
A Democratic Pennsylvania state lawmaker has announced that he will run for treasurer in 2024, positioning himself as an ideological opposite to the Republican incumbent regarding abortion access and the 2020 election.
Donald Trump lost heavily Democratic California by over 5 million votes in the 2020 election. In an ironic twist, the state where he’s widely loathed outside his conservative base could go a long way to help him tighten his grip on the Republican presidential nomination next year.
The field for the second Republican presidential debate will be smaller than the first. Former President Donald Trump will be missing from the stage and will instead hold events in Michigan.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has formally asked the state’s highest court to decide whether Republican state senators who carried out a record-setting GOP walkout this year can run for reelection.
The trial in a lawsuit brought by Kari Lake, the defeated Arizona Republican nominee for governor, to get access to 1.3 million voters’ signed ballot envelopes is now in the hands of a judge.
Former President Donald Trump has stopped by a gun shop and admired a Glock handgun while returning to in-person campaigning in South Carolina.
Egypt says it will hold a presidential election over three days in December with President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi highly likely to prolong his stay in power until 2030.
New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins is facing an uphill battle to woo voters less than three weeks before an election.
The exclusive online livestream for the second Republican presidential debate this week will take place on Rumble, an alternative video-sharing platform that has been criticized for allowing far-right extremism, bigotry, election disinformation and conspiracy theories.