Trump campaign launches online complaint form to report ballot fraud
The Trump campaign launched an online voter-fraud complaint form on Thursday and publicized a hotline as the president stepped up his accusations of illegalities in ballot counting. The campaign tweeted a link to its “vote fraud issue report form” on its web site and reminded voters of its hotline, 888-630-1776,...Read Full Story Electoral FraudTrump CampaignCampaign ManagerWebsiteLaunchesOnline FraudState SecretaryBallot CountingVotersDemocracyIllegalitiesSuspicious ActivityLinkAmericansWeb SiteBill StepienKathy Boockvar
50 Cent backs Trump: ‘I don’t want to be 20cent’ under Biden
Rapper 50 Cent on Tuesday confirmed that he’s backing President Trump for re-election, saying he could become “20 Cent” under Democrat Joe Biden’s plan for higher taxes. “Yeah, i don’t want to be 20cent. 62% is a very, very,bad idea. i don’t like it !” the Queens-raised rapper, born Curtis...IncumbentTrump CampaignDemocraticRappingCNBCElectionHispanicsTwitterKNICKSFox NewsCurtis James Jackson IIIPresident TrumpRe-electionPollingElderly Voters50 CentDonald TrumpJoe BidenKatrina PiersonRead Full Story
Do voters care about Trump taxes?
US election 2020: Do voters care about Trump taxes?. The revelations about President Donald Trump's taxes have been described as a jolt to the US election campaign that could reshape the race. But what do voters think?.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Senate Democratic hopefuls are raising serious cash. They're also spending it.
Democratic Senate hopeful Jaime Harrison of South Carolina raised $57 million between July and September. Sara Gideon in Maine raised more than $39 million in that same period. And Mark Kelly in Arizona brought in $38.7 million. These eye-popping numbers shattered the previous record for fundraising, Beto O'Rourke's $38 million cash haul in the third quarter of 2018. Now the Democrats are spending that money in the face of massive Republican super PAC funds, report CBS News political unit associate producers Sarah Ewall-Wice and Eleanor Watson. And it's left many Republican candidates with more cash on hand than the Democrats in the final weeks of the race. In South Carolina, where the Senate race is unexpectedly tight, Harrison's $57 million in three months was more than double what Republican incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham raised with $28 million, a state record for a Republican. Records show from July through September, Harrison spent more than $55 million. According to his October FEC filing, Harrison paid AL Media LLC more than $42 million over three months for TV, radio and digital advertising. He also spent another $6.5 million for digital advertising and services to Mothership Strategies, and $2 million to Blueprint Strategy LLC for radio and billboard advertising. $641,000 went to 'direct mailing services.' That amounts to more than $51 million spent on ads and direct mail alone. But after being outraised roughly 2 to 1, Graham's operating expenses covered about half of what he raised, $26.5 million and another $1.75 million was transferred to the state Republican party. In their pre-general election filings, Harrison raised another $22 million in just 14 days from October 1 through 14, but ended the period with just $3.5 million cash on hand. Graham raised less than half of that but had $7.3 million as of October 14.Read Full Story Democratic SenateBeto O'RourkeSouth CarolinaCBS NewsMaineIndianaRepublicansGOP VotersThe SenateCongressPAC ATTACK Pro-BidenRNCDFL -RRB- PartyMothership StrategiesTexas Supreme CourtJaime HarrisonBeto O'rourkeDonald TrumpJoe BidenMark KellyLindsey GrahamMitch McconnellDebra ToddKendra HornJocelyn BensonGina Ortiz JonesBill StepienSara GideonBernie SandersAdamKathy BoockvarJim HagedornTina SmithDan FeehanMike PenceStephanie BiceGreg AbbottKaren PenceWill HurdAmy Klobuchar
Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina, while Supreme Court is another factor — Battleground Tracker
Voters say the Supreme Court vacancy has added to the already high stakes of the presidential election. In the battlegrounds of Georgia and North Carolina, most say it makes the election feel even more important — it's
New poll: Florida Hispanics back Biden, a little — Biden, Trump target Tampa on same day — Man arrested for altering governor's voter registration — Covid death toll too low?
Hello and welcome to Thursday. 2020 BY THE NUMBERS — So far, 4,066,974 vote-by-mail ballots have been cast for the November election, according to the latest information on the state Division of Elections website. Of those, 1,888,415 have come from Democrats and 1,267,507 have come from registered Republicans. Overall, there are nearly 1.93 million mail ballots requested but not yet returned. Of those, nearly 793,000 are held by Democrats and more than 602,000 are with Republicans. A total of 2,854,384 voters have cast ballots at an early voting site. Of those 1,328,312 were Republicans and 953,316 are Democrats.Read Full Story Voter RegistrationCoronavirus Disease 2019BallotRon DeSantisUnited StatesAtlanticMiami HeraldWants Trump VotersRepublican PollsGOP VotersPresidential PollsBush VotersUnited Teachers Of DadeDepartment Of StateTampa Bay TimesDonald TrumpJoe BidenHillary ClintonRon DesantisBernie SandersKamala HarrisJason GarciaDavid SmileyBrian MastRick ScottDale MillerCarlos Alberto MontanerNatasha BertrandWilliam MarchMelony BellLeon NeyfakhJesse ShapiroGeorge W. BushAl GoreConnie MackPete Buttigieg
Absentee voting kicks off in battleground Michigan with high volumes expected
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Absentee voting kicked off in battleground Michigan Thursday, and multiple clerks across Kent County spoke to NBC News as they worked to mail out the first big batch of absentee ballots. This year
Pac-12 football overturns decision to postpone season until spring and will resume November 6
The Pac-12 on Thursday set a November 6 start date for a six-game football regular season, following the Big Ten in overturning its August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about playing through the c
What our experts would ask Biden and Trump
QUESTION TIME — A limited audience and no handshakes will be two of the more noticeable pandemic-era changes on Tuesday night when President Donald Trump and Joe Biden debate for the first time. Covid modelers suggest
Trump says Biden would deliver 'economic death sentence' to Pennsylvania's energy industry
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — President Trump barnstormed across Pennsylvania on Monday, telling voters that Democrat Joseph R. Biden’s move way from the oil industry would be an “economic death sentence” for the state’s natural-gas industry. Campaigning in this swing district, the president told supporters that he wanted to address “an issue...Read Full Story Energy IndustryPetroleum IndustryPennsylvaniaGas PricesALLENTOWNCapital PunishmentWants Trump VotersDemocratic DebateDemocratic VotersChristine YothersJoseph R. BidenAndrew WalshMr. BidenPresident TrumpMr. TrumpJoe BidenDonald TrumpTom WolfNancy Pelosi