Former Delaware Senator and Vice President Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on January 20. President Biden emphasized the need for unity, healing, mutual respect, and a return to truth in America throughout his inaugural address. He also spoke to a variety of issues which he plans to tackle as president including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, climate change, and racial justice.Visit Fox News to learn more.Image: Vice President Biden visiting the Kennedy Institute in October 2016. Voter Education
On November 30th, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that his office is investigating three organizations—America Votes, Vote Forward, and the New Georgia Project—to determine whether they have been illegally registering people from other states to vote in Georgia’s January 5th Senate run-off elections.Visit Fox News to learn more.
Over 60 million Americans have voted early, but Google searches for “can I change my vote?” peaked on Tuesday, October 27th, according to Google Trends. Most states do not allow voters to change their early votes, but New York, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin do (albeit with restrictions).Visit Fox News to learn more.
A poll worker was fired after illegally turning away voters in Tennessee for wearing Black Lives Matter clothing.Visit Fox News to learn more.
Shift in Ohio vote tallies after election not a sign of ‘something nefarious,’ secretary of state says
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose explains what to expect from Ohio on and after Election Day. He points out that, if the election is close, that it could take up to three weeks to know the final result. He adds that a shift in results over the weeks that it could take to tabulate mail-in ballots does not mean fraud or corruption is taking place, it means that the legal process is taking its course. He also details measures Ohio is taking to