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A new poll shows that few Republicans have high confidence that votes will be counted accurately in the next presidential election. Data from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research suggests that years of attacks against elections by former President Donald Trump and his associates have made an impact on GOP voters. According to the poll, only 22% of Republicans have high confidence that votes will be counted accurately in 2024, a staggeringly  low percentage considering the same poll found that 71% of

Ukrainian-Americans, traditionally a Republican-leaning group, could have a significant impact on the 2024 general election according to lawmakers, strategists, and a Reuters analysis of U.S. census data. While there are only about 1 million Americans who identify as being of Ukrainian descent, they are densely distributed among competitive areas like Michigan and Pennsylvania where their votes could be decisive. In recent interviews with 22 Ukrainian-American activists, voters, and strategists within the community, they universally expressed anger and betrayal over the Republican presidential candidates stances

Senator Dianne Feinstein returned to the Senate on Wednesday May 10th, casting her first vote in three months after recovering from complications related to a shingles diagnosis. The California Senator's lengthy absence had sparked calls for her resignation from fellow Democrats, many of whom were concerned about the legislature's ability to function with the current slim Democratic majority. Feinstein, age 89, holds a seat on the Senate judiciary committee, where her vote is desperately needed to swiftly confirm President Biden’s judicial appointments.  Visit US

Arizona Democratic Representative Ruben Gallego announced he will seek the nomination for the Senate this Monday, attempting to defeat incumbent and newly independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema. Sinema, who recently changed her party affiliation from Democrat to Independent, has been an important swing vote throughout her time in the legislature. Gallego claims his decision to challenge Sinema is not due to her leaving the Democratic Party, but rather because she has not kept her promises to the citizens of Arizona. Gallega emphasized this point saying

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that former President Donald Trump signed legal documents challenging the results of the 2020 election that consisted of voter fraud claims he knew to be false. Trump claimed that Fulton County Georgia had improperly counted more than 10,000 votes of dead people, felons, and unregistered voters even though Trump’s attorney, John Eastman, had notified Trump that the numbers were inaccurate. Trump still verified under oath that the complaints regarding Georgia voters were true to the best of his