Author: Nate Gundy

Florida County election supervisors are imploring the state to toss out new vote-by-mail restrictions set to go into effect next year, claiming the measures could create serious logistical and security issues. The new identification requirements would require voters to provide a driver's license number or partial social security number on their ballots. Local election leaders claim these new requirements will create election reporting delays, various new costs for local election offices, and will potentially disenfranchise many voters. The state's new vote-by-mail measures are part

Former President Donald Trump claimed he is “more committed” than ever to winning the White House,  as he resumed his presidential campaign on Saturday after announcing his candidacy in November.  At events in New Hampshire and South Carolina, Trump also said he is “more angry” about the direction of the country. While Trump did not use these  campaign stops to continue to assert his dispoven claims regarding the 2020 election, he did generally call into question the integrity of elections. Trump also proposed plans

Representative Adam Schiff announced Thursday that he will be running for Senator Dianne Feinstein’s seat in what is bound to be a competitive Democratic primary. At 89 years old, Feinstein has faced criticism regarding her fitness for the job and she has yet to announce whether she plans to seek a full sixth term. Fellow California Representative Katie Porter also announced her intention to campaign for the seat earlier this month and multiple sources informed CNN that Rep. Barbara Lee told her colleagues in

Ohio’s recently passed election law notably shortens the window for mailed ballots to be received, despite no evidence that the extended timeline led to any fraud or irregularities in prior elections. This change has angered many active duty service members and their families who are concerned about their potential to be disenfranchised by the new regulations. The new law shortens the amount of time for election officials to include mailed ballots in their tallies from ten days after the election to four. Critics of

United States Senator and 2016 Vice Presidential Candidate Tim Kaine said recently that he will seek reelection in 2024. Given the lengthy two-year campaign and six-year term, Kaine had declined to declare his candidacy, but the Senator announced last week that he feels he has more to accomplish. At a press conference on Friday Kaine said, “I’m a servant. I love Virginia. I’m proud of what I’ve done. I’ve got a whole lot more I want to do.” Senator Kaine’s announcement comes as a