After disappointing results in this year's elections, Republicans are reevaluating their antipathy to mail voting.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's Election Day in Georgia. Will the U.S. Senate race go into a runoff? Will the Abrams campaign prove the polls wrong? Will Republicans sweep down-ballot races? Our panel watches the polls in our first of two Election Day shows.
A federal lawsuit says a Georgia man and his family "have faced threats of violence and live in fear" since the movie "2000 Mules" falsely accused him of ballot fraud during the 2020 election. The widely debunked film includes surveillance video showing Mark Andrews, his face blurred, depositing five ballots in a dropbox with a voiceover by filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza calling it a crime.
It's the night of the election and polls have been closed for hours. Why don't we know the winners? Here's why results are not always known the night of an election.
A film debuting in over 270 theaters across the United States this week uses a flawed analysis of cellphone location data and ballot drop box surveillance footage to cast doubt on the results of the 2020 presidential election nearly 18 months after it ended. The film claims thousands of Democrat-aligned ballot "mules" were supposedly paid to illegally collect and drop off ballots in five battleground states, but experts say the claim is based on assumptions and improper data analysis.
Less than a month after the Amazon Labor Union unionized the first Amazon facility in the U.S., workers at a smaller warehouse across the street begin voting on whether to join the upstart union.