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Today β€” November 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

Former Obama official says Georgia gov-elect not β€˜normal head of the state’

By Bradford Betz

Georgia Gov.-elect Brian Kemp should not be treated as a “normal head of the state” because of allegations of voter suppression during this month's election, a former ethics chief for the Obama administration said Sunday.

Former Obama official says Georgia gov-elect not β€˜normal head of the state’

By Bradford Betz

Georgia Gov.-elect Brian Kemp should not be treated as a “normal head of the state” because of allegations of voter suppression during this month's election, a former ethics chief for the Obama administration said Sunday.

After dramatic recounts, most Florida offices belong to Republicans

By Frank Miles

With races for U.S. Senate and governor finally decided over the weekend, the Sunshine State’s latest recount drama since Election Day only adds to its reputation for bungling elections. To much of the world, vote-counting confusion is as authentically Florida as jam-packed theme parks, alligators on golf courses and the ubiquity of Pitbull (the Miami rapper, not the dog).

After dramatic recounts, most Florida offices belong to Republicans

By Frank Miles

With races for U.S. Senate and governor finally decided over the weekend, the Sunshine State’s latest recount drama since Election Day only adds to its reputation for bungling elections. To much of the world, vote-counting confusion is as authentically Florida as jam-packed theme parks, alligators on golf courses and the ubiquity of Pitbull (the Miami rapper, not the dog).

Vote-Stealing Battle in Florida Portends More Distrust in System for 2020

By GLENN THRUSH and JEREMY W. PETERS

More than just a flashback to 2000, the Florida recount is an ominous dry run for messaging about vote-stealing that will further erode confidence in the election process.

If Not Pelosi, Who? The Question Hovers Over a Simmering Rebellion

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

Among House Democrats, some strongly believe it is time for Nancy Pelosi to step aside for new leadership. But a serious challenger has yet to step forward.

Yesterday β€” November 18th 2018Your RSS feeds

Former GOP Congressman: Marijuana and the 2018 election -- did we miss something?

By Bob Barr

Largely lost in the massive attention focused on the electoral results of 2018’s congressional voting, were the many ballot initiatives and state constitutional amendments on which votes were cast.

Florida Senator-elect Rick Scott: The votes are in -- now it’s time to Make Washington Work

By Rick Scott

With a heated campaign season behind us, it’s time for our leaders to come together, roll up their sleeves, and get something done for families across America.

Bill Nelson concedes Florida Senate race to Rick Scott after manual recount

By Barnini Chakraborty

Florida’s long-time Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson conceded to Republican challenger Rick Scott Sunday, drawing the hotly contested race to become the next U.S. senator to represent the Sunshine State to a close after 12 days of legal wrangling.

Rick Scott Wins Florida Senate Race After Recount

By PATRICIA MAZZEI, FRANCES ROBLES and MAGGIE ASTOR

Senator Bill Nelson, a three-term Democrat, lost his Senate seat to Florida’s current Republican governor in a tight race.

Bill Nelson concedes Florida Senate race to Rick Scott after manual recount

By Barnini Chakraborty

Florida’s long-time Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson conceded to Republican challenger Rick Scott Sunday, drawing the hotly contested race to become the next U.S. senator to represent the Sunshine State to a close after 12 days of legal wrangling.

Trump Cried β€˜Fraud’ in Florida. Ron DeSantis Said, Tone It Down.

By GLENN THRUSH and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Ron DeSantis has taken a quiet, nonconfrontational approach during the fractious recount that preceded his victory as governor.

Midterms Aside, Big Donors See a Leftward Path to Beating Trump

By KENNETH P. VOGEL

Even though moderate Democrats helped propel the party in the midterm elections, influential donors suggested that their priority in 2020 would be to back progressive appeals in Sun Belt states.

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