Author: Nate Gundy

In a 22-11 vote entirely along party lines, Republicans in Wisconsin voted to remove Meagan Wolfe, a non-partisan administrator of the state’s elections commission. The vote led to a lawsuit from Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul who claims the Senate lacks the authority to remove Wolfe. Wolfe says she will continue to serve as the administrator of the elections commission unless the court determines otherwise. Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:Gary Todd (CC0 1.0)

Microsoft researchers claim to have found what they believe to be a network of fraudulent Chinese-controlled social media accounts attempting to influence US voters using artificial intelligence. While researchers have not specified which social media platforms were affected, screenshots within their report show posts that appear to be on Facebook and Twitter. A Chinese embassy spokesperson denied the accusations, saying that China advocates for the safe use of artificial intelligence. Visit Reuters to learn moreImage Credit:Пресс-служба Президента Российской Федерации (CC BY 4.0)

Multiple Virginia Democrats including Congresswoman Abigail Spangberger and state senate candidate Jason Ford are emphasizing the importance of the upcoming off-year election for reproductive rights in the state. Democrats are concerned that if Republicans take full control of the general assembly it could jeopardize abortion access in Virginia. The election may have broader implications as well, experts believe the results could provide a clear indication of voters' sentiments ahead of the 2024 election. Visit The Guardian to learn moreImage Credit:Drnette (CC BY-SA 4.0)

14 months from election day, former-President Donald Trump is polling even with President Biden. Poll results are eliciting mixed feelings from Democrats, with many alarmed by the close race. However, officials from President Biden’s campaign and other allies of the President have downplayed the results, saying that polls this early in the election cycle do not carry much weight. Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:Elvert Barnes (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Quinn Mitchell, a high school student and aspiring journalist, has made a habit of attending presidential campaign events in New Hampshire. At a recent event Mitchell asked Florida Governor Ron Desantis, “Do you believe that Trump violated the peaceful transfer of power — a key principle of American democracy that we must uphold?” Desantis did not directly answer the question, and a week later Mitchell attempted to re-engage with the Florida Governor at a parade and apologize for the negative headlines Desantis had received