A liberal group has filed a third challenge to portions of Michigan’s election laws. Priorities USA is challenging rules governing how people can register to vote in the two weeks before an election.
Nine days after the election, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has conceded that he lost his bid for re-election. The Republican governor says he will not contest results showing a narrow win for Democrat Andy Beshear.
More than 234,000 voters in Wisconsin would be made unable to cast their ballot unless they register again before the next election under a lawsuit that liberals fear could dampen turnout among Democrats in the 2020 presidential race. The lawsuit being filed Wednesday could affect how many voters are able to cast ballots in both the April presidential primary and November 2020 general election in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers says he does not think Republican state senators are “bastards” but acknowledged using that description when speaking to state workers. He says he was invoking a well-known saying and not delivering an insult.
The top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine told lawmakers Wednesday that his aide overheard a phone conversation between another diplomat and President Donald Trump. William Taylor said the conversation shows that Trump cares more about investigations into Joe Biden than he does about Ukraine.
President Donald Trump is denying he asked a U.S. ambassador about “investigations” in Ukraine a day after his call with that country’s president. In a new video released by the White House, Trump called the hearings the “single greatest scam in the history of American politics.”
The Wisconsin Assembly has signed off on a bill that would define autocycles in state law and establish registration fees for the vehicles. Autocycles are three-wheeled vehicles that can seat one or two people.
Gov. Tony Evers' administration has refused to turn over emails requested by a Milwaukee TV station, saying that all requests for emails over a specific time frame will be denied. Open government advocates say the administration is interpreting the law too narrowly.