District Judge Vetoes Endorsement Column in New Jersey’s Primary Ballot

Rules unique ballot design gives endorsed candidates unfair advantage. District Judge Zahid Quraishi ruled that the design of New Jersey’s primary ballot gave an unfair advantage to party-backed…

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Ohio Resident Sentenced for Harassing Arizona Election Official

The Justice Department seeks to protect public officials and election workers from threats of harm or violence. An Ohio resident was sentenced to two and a half years…

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Secretary of State Attends 3rd Summit for Democracy in South Korea

He will visit the Philippians after the summit. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke on Monday at the third Summit for Democracy, which South Korea hosted in…

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Bipartisan Bill Would Require Disclosure of AI Use in Political Ads

Co-sponsor says guardrails are needed for AI content used in elections. Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska proposed the “AI Transparency in Elections Act,”…

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Presidential Candidates Decided in Tuesday Primaries

President Biden and former President Trump set for electoral rematch. The primary elections held in Georgia, Mississippi, Hawaii, and Washington on Tuesday have provided sufficient delegates to make…

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Russia Warns U.S. Diplomats of Expulsion

The U.S. ambassador in Moscow was cautioned against interference with Russian internal affairs. U.S. Ambassador to Russia Lynne Tracy was summoned to Moscow last week, where the Russian…

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Supreme Court Rules President Trump Cannot be Removed from CO Ballot

Unanimous decision states former president cannot be disqualified under 14th Amendment. The Supreme Court handed down an unsigned decision on Monday that unanimously ruled former President Trump cannot…

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President’s Administration Forgives Additional $1.2 Billion in Student Loans

Cancels federal student loans for another 153,000 borrowers. The White House canceled an additional $1.2 billion in student loan debt this week, the cumulative debt of nearly 153,000…

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Appeals Court Hears Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Case

The issue is the inaccuracy of dates written on the ballots. The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals held oral arguments this week regarding whether or not the state…

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Senate Intelligence Chair Concerned by Biden Campaign’s TikTok Use

He says usage could send mixed messages about national security concerns. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia, chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, raised concerns this week about the…

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