Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a Washington, D.C. audience that one reason she failed to effectively communicate with voters in key states because her campaign was so focused on policy.
State Rep. Bob Frenier defeated an incumbent challenger by resurrecting a nostalgic ad campaign from the 1950s. Now he wants GOP candidates across Vermont to use similar ads to win their races in the next election cycle.
Automatic voter registration has passed the six-month mark in Vermont, and the secretary of state says the new program has produced “dramatic increases” in voter rolls.
“If a local election system is hacked, you should notify the state system, and you probably should be notifying all state systems to let them know this breach was made so we can all take action to prevent it from impacting us,” Condos said.
An elections commission set up by President Donald Trump has garnered opposition from states such as Vermont, but the Democrat founder of a national, nonpartisan elections watchdog group says voter fraud — especially regarding the use of absentee ballots — is a serious problem that needs to be investigated.
To put this in perspective, more money was spent on this single House race than on Jimmy Carter’s 1980 presidential election against Ronald Reagan.
In an election widely touted as a referendum on the presidency of Donald Trump, Republican Karen Handel soundly defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in a congressional race that exceeded $50 million.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson will tell the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Wednesday that officials saw no “credible evidence” of election hacking or vote-counting “subject to manipulation in any state or locality in the 2016 election cycle.”
Failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came out boldly this week with a new excuse for why she lost the election to Donald Trump: A vast Russian conspiracy. Is it tin foil hat time for the Democratic Party?