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Today β€” October 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

The Issues That Russian Operatives Used to Divide Americans, in Their Own Words

By SHARON LaFRANIERE

A criminal complaint offered a rare view into how Russian operatives tried to disrupt the American political process, including the midterm elections.

A Whole Lot of Babbling Going On

By GAIL COLLINS

Did Donald Trump ever mention he got elected president?

Georgia Voting Begins Amid Accusations of Voter Suppression

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON

Questions about the fairness of voting rules and procedures have continued to grow as early voting began in the governor’s race between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp.

Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

$2.5 Billion in Storm Losses, but Don’t Ask Georgia Farmers About Climate Change

By GLENN THRUSH

Cotton farms across Georgia were set to produce their best yields in years. But that was before Hurricane Michael left a trail of devastation.

β€˜Corrupt Chris’ and β€˜Two-Faced Tammy’: Candidates Try Their Best Trump Impressions

By KEVIN ROOSE

Candidates have learned what Mr. Trump and his digital campaign gurus figured out in 2016: visceral anger travels further than inspirational messages.

Where’d You Hear That? A Rumor Mill Churns Amid Hurricane Michael’s Rubble

By ALAN BLINDER

Bed bugs have infested a shelter. FEMA is distributing free cash. Rumors like these have swept the Florida Panhandle since the hurricane. It’s like a game of telephone.

Meet the Republicans’ Best Hope for Flipping a House Seat

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

In a year when Democrats are on offense, Pete Stauber of Minnesota has a chance to do something no other Republican might do next month: win a Democratic House seat.

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Hurricane Michael Ravaged the Florida Panhandle. Will Residents Be Able to Vote?

By LIAM STACK

More than 200,000 voters live in counties devastated by the storm. Officials are working to ensure they can vote in November, but damaged buildings and widespread power outages make that an uphill battle.

Will Trump Make New York Democrats the New Lords of Capitol Hill?

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

If the president’s unpopularity leads to Democrats taking back the House, New York stands to play a larger role in Washington than it has in decades.

Hurricane Michael Ravaged the Florida Panhandle. Will Residents Be Able to Vote?

By LIAM STACK

More than 200,000 voters live in counties devastated by the storm. Officials are working to ensure they can vote in November, but damaged buildings and widespread power outages make that an uphill battle.

In Virginia House Race, Anonymous Attack Ads Pop Up on Facebook

By KEVIN ROOSE

The ads, with language and imagery not typically found in even the roughest campaigns, were purchased by a critic of Jennifer Wexton, a Democrat trying to unseat the Republican incumbent.

Andrew Gillum, a Florida Insider Running as a Progressive Outsider

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Mr. Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor, supports higher corporate taxes and Medicare for all. He also has a lobbyist as a top adviser and, as mayor of Tallahassee, was on the payroll of a consultant.

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