In a 4-2 vote, commissioners approved Cathy Woolard to the five-member board after she fended off objections by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and other Republicans about partisan connections to the Democratic party.
According to the AP, voters have decided not to recall California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. He will remain the leader of the country's most populous state until at least 2023.
The latest polling shows that Newsom is likely to walk away from the recall election vote a winner. But just in case, he's been getting his message out to voters, as have his competitors.
Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's long-shot bid to unseat California Gov. Gavin Newsom relies on the support of Salem Media Group, the right-wing network that employs him.
California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is favored to beat a recall attempt and keep his office. Still, some Republicans are already setting the stage to blame a loss on voter fraud.
To survive the recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom must have the support of California's Latino voters. But in Imperial County, many of those voters stayed home or shifted toward Donald Trump in 2020.
A bipartisan group is hoping to support voting workers who have faced unprecedented scrutiny and pressure for more than a year now.
After facing a pandemic, record-setting mail ballot turnout, threats and conspiracies about vote counting, local elections officials are grappling with new laws and high scrutiny for future elections.
A county clerk in Colorado is under investigation after sensitive information about the county's voting machines appeared on conspiracy websites.
Hundreds of local election supervisors, board members and probate judges attended a three-day conference on Jekyll Island that included training on changes brought under Georgia's new 98-page voting law.
Raffensperger announced Wednesday he has filed a Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA) with the federal agency to release any records of contacts it may have had with civil and voting rights organizations in light of the lawsuit.
While Democrats have long opposed voter ID laws, their decade-long effort to convince voters hasn't budged public opinion. Large bipartisan majorities still favor showing an ID to vote.
A federal judge ruled that the nine attorneys had perpetrated a "profound abuse" of the legal system with their Michigan lawsuit.
In Kansas, voter registration groups are suing to stop a new elections law. Some organizations have stopped doing voter drives for fear of charges being filed against their volunteers.
The former University of Georgia football standout is well known in his native state, but some national Republicans have been wary of Walker's candidacy.