President Joe Biden won a landslide victory in the South Carolina Democratic primary, winning 96.2% of ballots cast. Democratic Representative Dean Phillips of Minnesota and self-help author Marianne Williamson each won around 2% of ballots. NBC News projects Biden will be awarded all 55 of the state’s Democratic delegates, as neither Williamson nor Phillips met the 15% threshold for being awarded any delegates.Visit CNBC to learn moreImage Credit:Adam Fagen (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 DEED)

Muslim leaders announced they are going national with an effort to discourage voters from re-electing President Joe Biden in 2024 because of his failure to call for a cease-fire in Gaza. Jaylani Hussein, a somali-American human rights advocate, told CNBC that the coalition of muslim leaders intends to endorse an independent presidential candidate. Though the President has fallen in polling among muslim and young voters, these efforts have yet to deter the administration's policy toward the conflict, with Biden just last week sidestepping Congress

Michigan Democrats achieved an astonishing feat in this year's midterm elections controlling all three branches of state government in 2023. This is an impressive reversal considering before the 2018 midterm elections, just a few years ago, Republicans held full control of both chambers of the legislature and all executive branch offices.  Democrats will now wield control of the entire Michigan government for the first time since 1984. Jason Roe, a Republican strategist who served as the director of the Michigan Republican Party before his

Former President Donald Trump was the clear leader of the Republican party heading into the midterm elections making many endorsements and raising hundreds of millions of dollars to help Republican candidates. Trump, and Republican leaders in general, hoped for a Republican landslide but as returns came in on Tuesday evening the “red wave” never materialized. In one of the most crucial races in Pennsylvania,  Trump-backed Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz lost to Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman. Similarly in Michigan, Trump-endorsed Gubernatorial hopeful Tudor

After facing pressure and backlash from voting rights groups, a number of major businesses are condemning the recent voting reform bill passed in Georgia. This CNBC report features a series of statements from corporate leaders criticizing the bill, including Delta, Coca-Cola, Porsche, UPS, and Home Depot, each of which are based in Georgia. In response to this criticism, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp argued that these companies are ignoring the actual content of the law, pointing to the provisions which expand access to the ballot