In a significant rollback of election-related content moderation, Meta will now allow political advertisements on its platform to question the 2020 US presidential election. The change in policy will allow ads that claim past elections were “rigged,” but prohibit advertisements that question current or future elections. President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign criticized Meta’s policy harshly saying the company is choosing to profit from election denialism.Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Executive Office of the President of the United States (PMD 1.0 DEED)

Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, acknowledged GOP frustration after a string of significant election losses in Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. However, McDaniel also emphasized that the RNC is working hard to engage voters; she went on to say that Republicans need to keep suburban women in mind when discussing abortion policy. Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)

US District Judge Tanya Chutkan has reinstated the gag order she placed on former President Donald Trump earlier this month in his federal election subversion case. Judge Chutkan first issued the order after prosecutors raised concerns that Trump could intimidate witnesses or encourage harm against prosecutors through his public comments. Trump criticized the order harshly over social media claiming it infringed on his freedom of speech. Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)

Republican Jeff Landry is projected to win the gubernatorial race in Louisiana. Under Louisiana’s jungle primary system, all candidates had to run on the same ballot and the top two finishers, regardless of party affiliation, would have had a runoff if no one had cleared the 50% threshold Saturday. Landry, a hard-line conservative who has repeatedly clashed with the current Democratic governor John Bel Edwards and joined Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s ultimately unsuccessful lawsuit seeking to overturn the 2020 presidential election, cleared the

Atlanta-area prosecutors are now in possession of text messages and emails directly connecting members of Donald Trump’s legal team to the January 2021 voting system breach in Coffee County, Georgia. The newly obtained evidence further substantiates the prosecutors claim that allies of the former president attempted to access voting systems after the 2020 election as part of their broader push to produce evidence that could back up Trump’s unproven claims of widespread voter fraud.Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:National Archives and Records Administration (CC0