Author: Nate Gundy

Former President Donald Trump and other Republicans are working to change course on mail-in voting ahead of next year's presidential and congressional elections. At the Conservative Political Action Conference earlier this month Trump told attendees specifically that it is time to “change our thinking” on early and mail in voting. This comes after years of Trump and his allies claiming mail in voting is riddled with fraud. Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Defense Visual Information Distribution Service (Public Domain Mark 1.0)

With similar demographics and past voting patterns, it appears surprising that Michigan and Ohio had such different electoral outcomes in the recent midterm election. Political analysis suggests that differences in voting registration and ballot initiatives may explain why these two states have begun to diverge. In 2018 Michigan approved same day voter registration and automatic voter registration, meanwhile Ohio requires voters to register nearly a month before election day. These registration laws have led to higher voter participation in elections and registration in general

President Biden has said he will sign legislation to overturn a D.C. crime law that eased mandatory sentences and penalties, a decision which many progressive democrats disagreed with vehemently. The Biden administration is also considering a revival of family detention for migrants entering the United States unlawfully, which drew heavy criticism from immigration advocates, many of whom are already upset with the President for adopting tough asylum policies that they claim mirror Trump-era rules. Analysts believe these decisions are calculated to neutralize politically challenging

A disciplinary judge in Colorado has censured Jenna Ellis, one of Donald Trump’s top attorneys, for boosting the former president's misinformation regarding the 2020 presidential election. Ellis has signed a stipulation stating that multiple comments she made about the 2020 election violated professional ethics rules barring reckless, knowing or intentional misrepresentations by attorneys. Within the signed stipulation, several of the highlighted false statements were comments made by Ellis on social media, and in television appearances, claiming that the Trump campaign had evidence that the

Robin Lockett and Sonja P. Brookins have edged out several established politicians in the Tampa Bay city council election. The two candidates are the first Black women to compete in a runoff for the citywide council seats in the same election cycle in Tampa’s history. When asked about their electoral success, Locket told reports that it is “historic… It's a great thing. Who would have thought it?” Brookens responded similarly emphasizing her desire to improve the city saying, “if I can make history while