Is there hope that Republicans can grow and expand the party to encompass a more diverse coalition of voters?
A batch of ballots in DeKalb County was labeled as containing 10,707 votes for Biden, but in reality it contained 1,081 votes for Biden.
House Republicans added one more to their ranks this week after New York Democratic Rep. Max Rose conceded defeat Thursday.
Georgia Republican officials should ban the use of mail-in ballots in the runoff election through a special convention in their state legislature.
“As we are closing in on a final count, we can begin to look toward our next steps. With a margin that small, there will be a recount in Georgia.”
The number of lawsuits Pennsylvania’s ballot-counting process has accrued so far is higher than the number of times the Phillies have won the World Series.
“As this narrows, there is going to be great pressure on you guys, to be honest with you, Fox News, to rescind your call,” said Tim Murtaugh.
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper defeated incumbent Republican Sen. Cory Gardner Tuesday night in the first Senate pick-up for Democrats.
Brooks Brothers? Cabela’s? As anger at the prospect of a Biden presidency courses through conservative veins, what stores should we expect to be targeted?
Poll watchers in the area were reportedly denied access to certain polling places despite being certified to enter in any ward or division in Philadelphia.
New on The Federalist Radio Hour: John Daniel Davidson and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky break down the most important Senate races to watch on Nov. 3.
Biden’s most favorable pollster in the Sunshine State, Quinnipiac, now shows Trump gaining 2 points and Biden losing 6 points.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough proposed nominating 73-year-old former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the Supreme Court should Democrats take power.
The story of 2020 may be shaped by the conservatives who did not vote for Trump in 2016, but are now doing so enthusiastically.
Despite Biden’s rhetorical spin, the term court packing does not refer to the president’s or the Senate’s constitutional duty to appoint and confirm justices to fill existing vacancies.
A new analysis of Gallup data out last week shows a stark partisan contrast in how the public perceives the coronavirus threat to their personal health.
Whatever newsworthy event Democrats have caused is overshadowed by the fact that Republicans are attacking them for it.
President Donald Trump’s characteristically combative debate performance Tuesday night drew broad appreciation among Miami Republicans.
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