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Voting and Elections

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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Assuming no unexpected reversals from state recounts or voter fraud litigation, last week's Biden election win was historic - for the first time in 100 years, a challenger unseated an incumbent President at a time of strong economic and market tailwi

Article Image News Link • Global, Alex Pietrowski

The most effective change-makers in our society aren't waiting around for a new president to make their lives better, they're planting seeds, quite literally, and through the revolutionary act of gardening, they're rebuilding their communities

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Republican Dan Sullivan was projected to win the Senate race in Alaska, bringing the GOP to 50 votes in the upper chamber after CNN and NBC both called the race shortly before 10 a.m. EST. Trump also easily picked up Alaska's three electors with 57

Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

Days ago amid the Trump administration's election challenge turmoil which has resulted in over a dozen lawsuits filed in several battleground states, Donald Trump Jr. urged the president to unleash the nuclear option: "DECLASSIFY EVERYTHING!!!" he wr

Article Image News Link • Global, Vin Suprynowicz

Pennsylvania House majority GOP members to call for legislative-led audit of election, demand results not be certified, nor electors seated, until the audit is complete:

Article Image News Link • Global, Jerry Day

Jerry Day lists the many known cases of voter fraud, including political bias and censorship by social media, bribes, postal workers dumping ballots, post offices back-dating votes, and precincts refusing to allow anyone to observe vote counting even