9 Candidates Now Qualify For The September Democratic Primary Debate

August 8, 2019 - 1:43pm EDT
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Andrew Yang crossed the threshold Thursday, and two other candidates are on the cusp of qualifying. That means there could again be two debate nights next month instead of just one.

Oct 30 - 3:52pm EDT

President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, are making a push Friday across swing states in the Midwest as they race to turn out voters in the last days of the campaign.

Oct 30 - 3:52pm EDT

A Republican candidate for a House race in North Carolina is getting attention for his young age and for what critics say are thinly veiled white nationalist views.

Oct 30 - 3:52pm EDT

Sports teams around the U.S. have turned over their stadiums and arenas to be used as pandemic-safe voting sites. And it's possible these polling places could become the future of Election Day.

Oct 30 - 3:52pm EDT

As arts workers continue to struggle, they're trying their hand at something new — a piece of legislation that would keep their industry alive through the pandemic.

Oct 30 - 7:49am EDT

Hoaxes and misleading posts aimed at depressing turnout have spread on social media. Experts say it outpaces 2016, when Black voters were the top target of Russian-backed disinformation.

Oct 30 - 5:02am EDT

Several important legal decisions were made this week on election laws in crucial states as millions of voters have already cast their ballots.

Oct 30 - 5:02am EDT

In 2016, Democrats in part blamed low voter turnout among Black voters for Trump's narrow win in Wisconsin. Now, one organization wants to increase voter turnout among Milwaukee's Black community.

Oct 30 - 5:01am EDT

The Trump campaign has spent more than $20 million on a strategy to appeal to Black voters, Polls show Trump has improved narrowly with young Black voters, particularly men.

Oct 29 - 3:49pm EDT

In 2016, Black voters were the top target of foreign disinformation campaigns. In 2020, there are both foreign and domestic efforts to dissuade Black and Latino voters from casting ballots.