The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled in favor of Thad Cochran in Chris McDaniel’s lawsuit contesting the election results in the GOP primary runoff election for the U.S. Senate.

A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll indicated that voters who identify themselves as “evangelicals” are more enthusiastic than the general population about the midterm elections. 

When state representative candidate Jim Moynihan voted for himself in Schaumburg, Illinois, Monday, the machine kept switching his vote to his opponent.

Defenders of lax election laws say it rarely happens — but apparently it’s happening again. In what critics describe as a shocking example of likely vote fraud, a surveillance video from a Maricopa County, Arizona, polling place shows a man stuffing hundreds of ballots into a ballot box.

Tufts University political scientist Michael Glennon explains why American foreign policy and much American policy never seem to change, no matter who occupies the White House and Congress.

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