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Dems Duck Debates with Pro-Trump Opponents

Candidates in swing states including Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Michigan are shying away from debating opponents who had been dismissed as tainted by association with former president or lacking crossover appeal.

3.8 Million Renters Likely To Be Evicted In Next Two Months

As pandemic eviction moratoriums expire and rent payment relief programs end across the U.S., a rental crisis is beginning to crest. About 8.5 million people...

More Than 60% of Voters Are Concerned with Cheating in The Midterm Elections

Concerns about election cheating remain high, and a majority of voters favor the procedure by which Arizona “audited” disputed 2020 presidential election results in Maricopa County.

Maricopa County Elections Employee on Video Removing 2020 Election Files from Servers

Arizona Senate-ordered independent Maricopa County ballot audit of 2020 presidential election revealed elections employee captured on video deleting hundreds of thousands of files from election server the day before that server was to be turned over to the audit.

New Report Reveals Majority of Americans Are Concerned About Election Integrity, Cheating

U.S. voters are more aware than ever of the dangers of election fraud.

Questioning the Accuracy of the 2020 Presidential Election Is Not Un-American

The un-American committee in the U.S. House of Representatives formed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi to ostensibly investigate the Capitol riot of Jan 6, 2020, has buried the lede.

‘True The Vote’ Presents Ballot Drop Box Findings to Arizona Lawmakers

The group recorded close to 5,700 drop box visits in two of the state's largest counties in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election,

Arizona Parents Sue School District Over Alleged Dossier on Dissenting Views

Three Arizona parents have filed a lawsuit claiming an education board member for the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) kept a dossier on them to silence criticism of district policies regarding COVID-19 and other subjects.

Arizona Judge Throws Out Lawsuit to Erase Gosar, Biggs, and Finchem From Ballot

An Arizona judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday that sought to bar three Republicans from appearing on the November ballot because they took part in the rally at the White House Ellipse on Jan. 6, 2021, before the Capitol riot.

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