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Jarrett Renshaw

More than 10 million early votes in U.S. presidential election: study

Oct 12 2020

U.S. voters have cast more than 10 million votes for the Nov. 3 presidential election, significantly outpacing the early vote in 2016 and suggesting a large turnout, according to data compiled by the U.S. Elections Project.

Florida judge refuses to extend voter registration deadline, rebukes election officials

Oct 09 2020

A federal judge on Friday refused to extend Florida‘s voter registration deadline, but not before sharply rebuking Republican officials for continued problems running elections in the battleground state.

Cellphones in hand, 'Army for Trump' readies poll watching operation

Oct 09 2020

PHILADELPHIA Republicans are mobilizing thousands of volunteers to watch early voting sites and ballot drop boxes leading up to November's election, part of an effort to find evidence to back up President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated complaints about widespread voter fraud.

Challengers, observers and electioneering: the history and rules of U.S. poll watching

Oct 07 2020

WASHINGTON Republicans are mobilizing thousands of supporters to monitor early voting sites and ballot drop boxes in November's election, an effort that stretches the traditional definition of the roles of election observers.

Explainer: Challengers, observers and electioneering: the history and rules of U.S. poll watching

Oct 07 2020

WASHINGTON Republicans are mobilizing thousands of supporters to monitor early voting sites and ballot drop boxes in November's election, an effort that stretches the traditional definition of the roles of election observers.

Defiant Trump in risky COVID-19 gambit weeks before U.S. election

Oct 07 2020

WASHINGTON With polls showing him trailing Democrat Joe Biden with less than a month to go before the U.S. election, President Donald Trump appears to be re-embracing the risky strategy of playing down the coronavirus despite signs it could further diminish his re-election chances.

Debate planners vow less chaos at next Trump-Biden face-off

Oct 01 2020

JOHNSTOWN, PA., /DULUTH, MN U.S. presidential debate organizers vowed on Wednesday to change the rules to rein in unruly behavior after President Donald Trump repeatedly interrupted rival Joe Biden and the moderator in the candidates' taunt-filled initial prime-time encounter. | Video

Next Trump-Biden debate will have new rules to aid 'orderly discussion'

Sep 30 2020

ALLIANCE, Ohio The group that manages U.S. presidential election debates said on Wednesday it would take steps to bring order to the final two contests between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, following widespread criticism of their first encounter.

Insults and interruptions mar first Trump-Biden debate

Sep 30 2020

CLEVELAND President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden battled fiercely over Trump's record on the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare and the economy in a chaotic and bad-tempered first debate marked by personal insults and Trump's repeated interruptions. | Video

Next Trump-Biden debate will have new rules to aid 'orderly discussion'

Sep 30 2020

ALLIANCE, Ohio The group that manages U.S. presidential election debates said on Wednesday it would take steps to bring order to the final two contests between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, following widespread criticism of their first encounter.

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