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Harris appears in Wisconsin for her first in-person campaign appearance as Biden’s running mate, as both sides focus on Midwestern swing states.
Both parties are aggressively using the courts to try to shape every stage of the process
Both the Democratic and Republican tickets are maintaining a focus on Rust Belt states that Trump narrowly won in 2016.
It’s a likely snapshot of the race’s final eight weeks: one campaign fueled by in-person events with defiant crowds flouting health rules; the other driven by quiet, small events with everyone masked and spaced apart. Each side says the other is making a fatal error.
The campaign is positioning Biden as the empathetic candidate who can help Generation Z and Millennial voters struggling amid the pandemic and racial reckoning.
The former vice president is vying for the state that flipped to support Donald Trump in 2016.
It turns out the Treasury Secretary was talking about projections concerning the debt-to-GDP ratio — but the assumptions were rosy.
The president is heading to a pair of battleground states as his Democratic challenger seeks, in a 60-second spot, to define the race as a choice between “darkness” and “a fresh start.”
Trump’s unprecedented decision to stage overtly political events on public property continues to reverberate nearly two weeks later, as work crews make repairs.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen and others are pushing for Waverly B. Woodson to posthumously receive the nation’s highest military award.
Video of the vice-presidential nominee in Chuck Taylor All-Stars gets more than 8 million views, as some see different shoes symbolizing a different candidate.
The virus continues to spread, causing about 40,000 new cases a day and fears of a post-Labor Day spike.
The announcement by the panel’s chairwoman late Monday followed a Washington Post report that DeJoy urged employees at his former business to give to GOP candidates and then boosted their bonuses to defray the cost.
Officials said it is not clear that double votes were counted in all instances and said poll worker error could have been a cause.
In this edition: Shrinkage for third parties, another primary day in New England, and polls that will elevate the Democratic panic level from their usual 9 out of 10 to a solid 9.5.
New analysis of the 2018 midterms offers intriguing context to the 2020 turnout question.
The story in Pennsylvania in 2016 was different than in Wisconsin and Michigan.
Comparing Trump’s 22-plus hours on the golf course with the daily coronavirus death toll.
Millions of people have moved into Florida since 2000, but the state’s competitiveness has remained.
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