As the leader of a deep-red state, Mr. Burgum has promoted staunchly conservative policies, signing into law a near-total ban on abortion.
Author: Nick Corasaniti
Daniel Cameron, Ally of Mitch McConnell, Wins GOP Primary for Kentucky Governor
Daniel Cameron, the attorney general, will face Andy Beshear, a popular Democrat who is seeking re-election in a typically deep-red state.
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A new study by a nonpartisan group tries to put a number on that important question.
Florida Legislature Moves to Shield DeSantis’s Travel Records
The law includes a sweeping retroactive clause that would block the release of many records of trips already taken.
Kentucky Governor’s Race Splinters Republicans Ahead of Primary
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A Super PAC Targets Greene, Gaetz, Boebert and Others on the Far Right
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Facing Tough Senate Race, Montana G.O.P. Looks to Change the Rules
An election bill moving through the Republican-led legislature would rewrite the rules for a single race: the looming battle against Senator Jon Tester, a Democrat.
Florida Bill Would Shield DeSantis’s Travel Records
A bill advanced by state legislators would exempt the governor, as well as other officials and their families and staff members, from having records of their trips released to the public.
Turnout Was Strong in Georgia, but Mail Voting Plummets After New Law
An analysis of November turnout data shows that voting by mail dropped as Georgians increasingly cast ballots in person. The shift hints at the possible impact of a 2021 voting overhaul.
Jim Marchant’s Defeat in Nevada Is Yet Another Loss for Election Deniers
With Jim Marchant’s defeat by Cisco Aguilar in Nevada’s secretary of state race, all but one of the “America First” slate of candidates who espoused conspiracy theories about the 2020 election were defeated.