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Sep 17 2016
Just six weeks ago, Hillary Clinton's advantage in the Electoral College looked insurmountable. Now, based on the latest round of public polls, it's a different story. If the election were held today, Donald Trump would apparently win roughly as many electoral votes as Hillary Clinton — who held a commanding lead in early August and seemed to be closing off all possible Trump routes to 270Politico
Sep 29 2023
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A new medical school at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff will focus on providing health care to Arizonans, especially those living in rural and Indigenous communities. University officials announced the launch of “NAU Health” and the College of Medicine to address a shortage of primary care physicians. Instead of focusing on a traditional, specializedArizona's Family
Sep 23 2023
Dallas Dem Party blasts 'self centered' mayor's 'values' for switching to GOP: 'Insult to the electorate'
Texas Democrats are slamming Dallas, Texas, Mayor Eric Johnson after he announced on Friday that he will officially leave the party and become a Republican. "I think this today's announcement is nothing short of an insult to the electorate, specifically here in Dallas County and the city of Dallas," Kardal Coleman, chair of the Dallas County Democratic Party, told Fox News Digital on Friday. "Fox News (Online News)
Sep 22 2023
Eleven evangelical college and universities have announced record enrollment this fall—which is a record for breaking records, as far as anyone in Christian higher education remembers.
Asbury University saw enrollment jump 20 percent, while East Texas Baptist University’s student population climbed above 1,800, the highest in the school’s 111-year history. Abilene Christian UniversityChristianity Today
Jan 06 2021
Congress will convene for a joint session Wednesday to tally electoral votes from the 2020 presidential election in one of the last formalities before President-elect Joe Biden takes office on Jan. 20.
But the normally routine proceedings promise to be a tense affair this time around as dozens of GOP lawmakers have vowed to challenge the election results.
The Electoral CollegeThe Hill
Jan 06 2021
The House and Senate will convene at 1 p.m. Wednesday for a joint session of Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden's electoral win, and a group of GOP lawmakers intends to raise objections to the results.
The traditional tally of the electoral results from each state is the final stage in the selection of an American president. It's normally a lackluster procedure, butFox News (Online News)
Dec 14 2020
The Electoral College has met to confirm Joe Biden as the president-elect.
Despite President Trump's lawsuits challenging the results of the Nov. 3 election against Biden, 538 electors from all 50 states and Washington, D.C., convened Monday, and by Monday evening, they had given Biden the 270 votes he needed to claim the White House.
Biden was expected to end the meeting withWashington Times
Dec 16 2020
Democracy is built on majority rule and the concept that every person's vote counts.
Yet five times in history, American presidents have won office while losing the popular vote, with two of those instances coming in the past 20 years -- George W. Bush in 2000 by a margin of around 500,000 votes and Donald Trump in 2016 by about 3 million.
At issue is the uniquely American systemABC News (Online)
Aug 10 2023
(CNN) — Most of the 16 Michigan Republicans who served as fake electors in 2020 will be arraigned Thursday and are expected to plead not guilty to the first-of-their-kind felony charges. The group of Trump supporters were hit with state charges last month over their role in the former president’s campaign’s seven-state plan to subvert the Electoral College and overturn the 2020 electionKTEN 10
Aug 10 2023
Most of the 16 Michigan Republicans who served as fake electors in 2020 will be arraigned Thursday and are expected to plead not guilty to the first-of-their-kind felony charges. The group of Trump supporters were hit with state charges last month over their role in the former president’s campaign’s seven-state plan to subvert the Electoral College and overturn the 2020 election results byCNN (Online News)