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Jan 20 2022
Following Biden’s first press conference in months, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki quickly moved to walk back the president’s confusing claims regarding the potential illegitimacy of upcoming elections.
“[Let’s] be clear: [President Biden] was not casting doubt on the legitimacy of the 2022 election. He was making the opposite point: In 2020, a record number of voters turned outThe Daily Wire
Jan 20 2022
Vice President Kamala Harris doubled down Thursday on President Biden’s eyebrow-raising comments questioning the legitimacy of the 2022 midterm elections if Democrats are unable to pass election reform measures in Congress.
In an interview on NBC’s “Today,” host Savannah Guthrie said it was “astonishing to hear Biden’s remarks about the ability to hold “free and fair elections” thisNew York Post (News)
Jun 22 2022
Voters hit the polls for 2022 primary and runoff elections in Washington D.C., Alabama, Virginia and Georgia on Tuesday.
In D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser won her primary race and will likely win a third term in November. She would be the first D.C. mayor to win a third term since Marion Barry in 1986. In Alabama, Trump-backed Katie Britt defeated Rep. Mo Brooks, and she is expected toFox News (Online News) FiveThirtyEight CNN (Online News)
Aug 01 2022
Voters will head to the polls in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington state Tuesday to vote in their 2022 midterm election primaries.
In Arizona, Republicans Kari Lake and Karrin Taylor Robson are vying for the party's gubernatorial nomination. Lake is backed by former President Donald Trump; Taylor Robson has the support of former Vice President Mike Pence. In Michigan,The Epoch Times The Hill NBC News (Online)
Mar 16 2022
Army combat veteran Sean Parnell gave his in-person endorsement last night to Republican U.S. Senate primary candidate Dave McCormick at a microbrewery in this former steel town, located along the Monongahela River, 6 miles outside the city of Pittsburgh.
Parnell dropped out of the race in November after a judge gave his estranged wife custody of the couple's children. McCormick hasWashington Examiner
Nov 15 2021
Beto O’Rourke, a former congressman, Senate candidate and contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, will run for governor of Texas next year.
O’Rourke is seeking to take on Greg Abbott, the Republican governor who is pursuing a third term.
Abbott is seen as more vulnerable than he was previously, given demographic changes and events including the failure of much ofThe Guardian
Oct 19 2021
As the GOP works to recapture the Senate majority in next year’s midterm elections, longtime Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is making it crystal clear what he thinks of former President Trump’s relitigating of his 2020 election loss to President Biden.
"I do think we need to be thinking about the future and not the past," McConnell told reporters on Capitol Hill on TuesdayFox News (Online News)
Feb 16 2022
On Nov. 8, America will decide which party takes control of Congress. The results of 435 House races and 34 Senate races will determine whether Democrats hold on to their majorities or Republicans take power for the first time during the Biden administration. President Biden’s agenda is at stake, with a Republican victory in either chamber likely to stifle any policy accomplishments as heFox News (Online News)
Mar 07 2022
Georgia’s 2022 election field began firming up on Monday, as the Democratic incumbent and Republican frontrunner in the state’s high-profile U.S. Senate race officially qualified to run for office.
Democratic U.S. Sen Raphael Warnock and Republican Senate challenger Herschel Walker were the top names among hundreds of candidates who streamed through the state Capitol in Atlanta onAssociated Press Fact Check
Oct 04 2021
Arizona’s partisan election review concluded last month by finding more votes for Joe Biden in its flawed hand count of Maricopa County and without alleging any specific fraud. Despite these findings, the partisan review offered false and unvetted innuendo about “anomalies” in the 2020 election that were parroted by Donald Trump to claim that he had been indicated in his lie that the electionSlate