No conversation about election integrity is complete without understanding the full picture of how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg strategically bankrolled and staffed local government election offices.
The true story of how Mark Zuckerberg privatized the government’s voter registration and vote counting for Democrats in 2020.
State legislatures should initiate and oversee their own election audit. Anything less will leave half of America questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 election.
It would be mystifying if Republicans won more seats in the House, retained the Senate, and picked up state legislative seats, all while the same voters voted against Trump.
Several of these states will ultimately end up quite close, perhaps even with recounts. Will the Election Night leaders end up losers?
Tom Bevan of RealClearPolitics joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky on this epsidoe of The Federalist Radio Hour.
A week-long trip through these Midwest battleground states talking with ordinary people convinced us the polls aren’t telling the full story.
Bipartisan attacks on our nation’s institutions and the integrity of our electoral processes create the appearance of consensus that our government is illegitimate.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Terry Schilling explains why Republicans have a chance to engage and embrace the culture war and stir political change.
‘There are two kinds of Democrats here: blue-collar Democrats and the sort-of intellectual elite Democrats who obviously didn’t represent the blue-collar Democrats.’
Joe Biden’s campaign team is not door-knocking due to COVID-19 fears, and some Democrats are beginning to get anxious, especially in swing states.
Only 50 days out from Election Day, Pence stopped in flyover country, noting ‘Joe Biden has never called out his campaign staff or his running mate for raising money for bail for violent criminals.’
Although Biden is polling ahead in the historically blue state, internal polling suggests the race is narrowing, and the Trump campaign belives they have a shot.
When it comes to elections, swing states are always crucial, but in 2020, this blue state could be turning red for Trump.
As Trump seeks reelection in 2020, his best bet is to pick up where he left off in 2016 and pay attention to the Electoral College.
In defiance of most polls and conventional wisdom inside the Beltway, the GOP saw an 18-point net gain among this constituency in the Sunshine State compared to 2016.
In the new book, “The Great Revolt,” Salena Zito and Brad Todd dig into the changing American electorate and the minds of voters across 5 swing states.
The name of the game in this election was to win the most electoral votes. Hillary Clinton lost that game, and Donald Trump won.
Mary Katharine Ham hosts a packed election day episode of The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss what we are seeing in the swing states and more.
With Donald Trump leading among men in battleground states, Hillary Clinton needs women like me to turn out in big numbers. No, thanks.
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