On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) reacted to President Joe Biden visiting Georgia for a speech by stating that it’s odd that Biden is coming to the state after
Ms. Nguyen, the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, is the first major Democrat to announce a bid for the seat held by Brad Raffensperger, the Republican who defied former President Donald Trump.
Congressional Republicans are expressing a lot of sorrow these days over the death of the bipartisanship they have so earnestly pursued. Sure, they spent an entire eight years seeking to block every legislative initiative that was ever even a twinkle in President Obama's eye, but that was two presidents ago.
The man suspected of helping to create the Qanon conspiracy theory is now stoking paranoia about the Republican-led "audit" of President Joe Biden's election win in Arizona.
Arizona troopers have a new task as conspiracy theorists claiming Donald Trump won the 2020 election are fired up by the state's controversial audit.
On Tuesday, Georgia Democrat Bee Nguyen announced her campaign to become the Georgia Secretary of State, running on a promise to expand voting rights in the state that has been a central battleground in the fight over voter suppression in recent years. Nguyen, the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, founded a non-profit called Athena’s Warehouse before running for (and winning) the east Atlanta seat in the Georgia House of Representatives that had previously been held by Stacey Abrams. If she wins...
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken appeared on 60 Minutes on Sunday night and said closing the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba is 'certainly a goal in the months ahead'.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) on Thursday called former Sen. Kelly Loeffler "weak" and a "fake Trumper" following her call for the state official to be investigated over his handling
Arizona Secretary of States Katie Hobbs sounds the alarm on the GOP audit of votes in Maricopa County and says she’s heard concerns from many of her constituents about the qualifications of the auditors
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs slammed the efforts of Republicans in her state to lead an election audit of ballots cast during 2020, saying that it "seems like such a farce" and should end.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on Monday criticized the ongoing Republican election audit of the 2020 ballots from Arizona's largest county as a political stunt, calling it a "farce" and saying it should end.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is receiving protection from the Arizona Department of Public Safety after fielding multiple death threats amid the election audit in Maricopa County.