Trump Fires Director of Homeland Security Agency Who Had Rejected President’s Election Conspiracy Theories
President Trump fired CISA head Chris Krebs on Twitter Tuesday, in direct response to that agency’s release of a report detailing the evidence that no votes were tampered with during this month’s elections – evidence the President has consistently ignored in favor of conspiracy theories with no basis in fact. Visit CNN to learn more.
Several thousands of Georgia residents are turning 18 before the two Senate runoff elections in Georgia, and they have until December 7 to register in order to be able to vote in the January 5 runoff.Visit MIT Technology Review to learn more.
A look at several cases where many Donald Trump surrogates are concerned about dead people casting votes and how the accusations are baseless and not true.Visit The Guardian to learn more.
Wednesday, in Wayne county Michigan, Republicans initially blocked certification of the election results that had Joe Biden winning the county. Election certification is a relatively routine process, and after harsh rebukes and criticism the Republicans reversed their stance hours later.Visit AP News to learn more.
Alaska voters approved Ballot Measure 2 this month by a razor-thin 50.45%-49.55% margin. The measure establishes ranked-choice voting for general elections, including for President. It also eliminates partisan primaries for state legislative, state executive, and congressional races – candidates will now run in an open primary, followed by a run-off election between the top four vote-getters.Visit Balletpedia to learn more.