Four Texas Republicans vote against U.S. House resolution condemning QAnon

“Four Texas Republicans vote against U.S. House resolution condemning QAnon” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. WASHINGTON — Four Texas Republicans in the U.S. House were on the losing end of a […]

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The Lincoln Project to support Democrat Mike Espy in Mississippi Senate race

The Lincoln Project, a group of Republicans opposed to President Trump, plans to support Democratic Mississippi U.S. Senate candidate Mike Espy against incumbent Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith in the final month of a race that has otherwise seen scant national attention or outside spending. “We’re going in there,” said Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson, a […]

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What statewide ballot measures will Washington voters decide on Nov. 3?

Voters in Washington will decide six statewide ballot measures on November 3: two binding measures and four nonbinding tax advisory questions. This year is the first presidential election year since 1928 in which the Washington ballot will not feature an Initiative to the People (ITP), a citizen-initiated state statute for which groups collect signatures to […]

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Could a few state legislatures choose the next president?

State legislatures could face legal and perhaps even state constitutional crises after Election Day, if they’re pressured to change how they traditionally allocate electoral votes. Recent media reports indicate that Trump’s campaign is considering asking some of the 29 state legislatures with Republican majorities, in charge of a total of 300 electoral votes, to depart […]

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