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Primary Recap

The results are in from Tuesday's 2018 midterm primary elections and runoff races.

Voters in New York, Maryland, Utah, Oklahoma, and Colorado turned out to the polls on Tuesday for primary elections, while people in South Carolina and Mississippi made their picks in runoff races. In Utah, former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney won his Republican senate primary and will face Democrat Jenny Wilson for retiring Republican Senator Orrin Hatch’s seat. In South Carolina’s…

First Primary Results

California was the most closely-watched state for Tuesday's primaries, but there were plenty of other key races around the country.

  California’s lieutenant governor is one step closer to getting the top job. Gavin Newsom beat his Democratic rivals to take the gubernatorial primary Tuesday. Beyond the golden state, New Jersey’s embattled Senator Bob Menendez won his primary despite some legal woes. The Democratic incumbent will go up against Republican Bob Hugin, a former pharmaceutical company exec. Alabama’s first female…

State Election Surprises

The Republicans suffered some big losses in a number of races during Tuesday's off-year elections.

  Democrat Ralph Northam savored his victory as he kept the governor’s seat in Virginia in Democratic hands in a surprisingly lopsided win. Northam beat Republican Ed Gillespie, who had embraced some of President Trump’s policies, but, also kept him at arms length. Democrats also took a win in New Jersey’s Gubernatorial election and a host of other contests. A…

The French Election

French voters overwhelmingly chose 39 year old Emmanuel Macron, a centrist, over right-wing rival Marine Le Pen.

  The centrist independent reformer Emmanuel Macron has claimed victory in the French Presidential election. The political newcomer defeated his opponent far-right populist Marine Le Pen by a landslide with more than sixty percent of the vote. Macron ran on a pro-European Union, pro-NATO platform that resonated with French voters in an election that many saw as a test for…

Election Controversy Continues

An announcement by the President-Elect is overshadowed by election result concerns.

  President-Elect Donald Trump is set to make his major announcement today, officially revealing his controversial nominee for Secretary of State. The announcement will be a break in the blasts of growing calls for an investigation into possible Russian involvement in the in the U.S. election. President-Elect Trump ha cancelled a news conference scheduled for later this week, but later…

Recount Requested

Preparation is underway in Wisconsin for a recount of the Presidential vote.

  A recount of presidential votes will soon happen in Wisconsin. By request of the Green Party, a hand recount of all ballots will taken, under careful supervision of thousands of volunteers. The move comes after some experts believe the discrepancy between exit polls and the votes taken by machine is dangerously larger than usual. The cost is expected to…

The man who still doesn’t know who won the election

(FOX NEWS) – If the election and now post-election coverage is giving you a headache, you may want to take a page out of a Georgia man’s book, who still does not know who won the election…but he is not complaining. Meet Joe Chandler, an artist from Georgia. Chandler avoids television, newspapers, and social media and when he goes out,…

Election Protests

Anti-Donald Trump protests have broken out across the country.

  People upset about Donald Trump’s election win protested throughout the United States. Large demonstrations took place in cities like Dallas, Philadelphia and New York, the latter seeing thousands outside of Trump Tower. Protestors in Washington, D.C. say they’re saddened by Trump’s surprise victory. Both Hillary Clinton and President Obama have called for Democrats to accept the results, with President…

Today’s the Day

Voters across the country will head to the polls to cast their ballots.

  It all comes down to today; voters across the nation will cast their ballots for President. It comes after Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hit several states in one last effort to woo voters. Both candidates held rallies in the traditionally blue states of Pennsylvania and and Michigan, with Trump making another stop in New Hampshire while Clinton ended…

‘Not something our country deserves’

SC Gov. Nikki Haley will vote for Trump in 'embarrassing' election

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley re-affirmed her support for Donald Trump, despite what she called an “embarrassing” election. “I think I have been really clear, this election has turned my stomach upside down. It has been embarrassing for both parties. It is not something the country deserves but it’s what we’ve got and so having said that,…