Gov. Reeves condemns white supremacy, but not Trump for refusing to do same

Gov. Tate Reeves condemned white supremacy groups Wednesday, but refused to criticize President Donald Trump’s refusal to do the same. “I condemn white nationalist groups,” Reeves said Wednesday in response to a question from a reporter. But he said he did not “interpret” Trump as refusing to condemn white supremacy during Tuesday’s contentious debate with […]

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Trump and Biden clash in chaotic debate – experts react on the court, race and election integrity

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took part in a presidential debate Sept. 29 that exemplified the lack of civility in American politics. The president frequently interrupted and spoke over his challenger, Biden told Trump to “shut up,” and few issues were discussed in enough depth to provide much information to undecided […]

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Fort Greene Tenants in Commune ‘Lockout’ Fight Sue Landlord as They Get NYC’s Help

Sonny Singh and his fellow tenants are suing the landlord and management of their communal Fort Greene brownstone, alleging a relentless campaign of harassment. | Peter Senzamici/THE CITY Residents of a Fort Greene quasi-commune sued their landlord Wednesday, alleging harassment and illegal eviction attempts — kicking off a legal fight that got a boost from […]

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Wisconsin’s late absentee ballots to be counted, for now

(The Center Square) – The court fight over late absentee ballots in Wisconsin may not be over, but for now local election managers can count absentee ballots cast after Election Day. The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago on Tuesday unanimously ruled against Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled legislature in their attempt to overturn a Madison-based federal […]

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Joe Biden endorses Mike Espy in Mississippi U.S. Senate race

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday endorsed Mississippi U.S. Senate candidate Mike Espy. “A lifelong Mississippian, Mike Espy has spent his career working to improve the lives of Mississippi’s working families,” Biden said. “From his times as the first Black congressman from Mississippi since Reconstruction to his critical leadership as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture […]

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Firm That Bungled Brooklyn Absentee Ballots to Handle Do-Over as Cuomo’s Simpler Solution Gets Ignored

City election officials enlisted the firm behind the Brooklyn absentee ballot bungle to handle an elaborate do-over even as Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Wednesday for a simpler approach aimed at fending off White House attacks on mail-in voting. Earlier this week, Phoenix Graphics sent out a print run of 100,000 absentee ballots that included an […]

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A podcast about what’s driving Montana’s 2020 elections and where the outcomes could lead us.

Equality of opportunity. The blessings of liberty. A clean and healthful environment. These are the values codified in Montana’s constitution, values candidates in the upcoming 2020 election say they’re most prepared to defend. But behind the political promises and rhetoric, there are actual policies up for debate. What do candidates mean when they stump about […]

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