Members of the U.S. House of Representatives cannot be sworn in, engage in floor proceedings or introduce legislation until a speaker is elected.
Bots are typically automated “users” that are created to mimic human behavior, and are most prevalent on Twitter.
A House Democrat says the 14th Amendment bars Trump from becoming president again, if elected. But law experts say there are three key points...
The ballot measures ordered local leaders to explore the idea of secession, but did not formally force secession. That would require state legislatures and...
Rep. Tony DeLuca died nearly a month before the election, but he was still reelected by a landslide. Here’s why his name was still...
Due to an exception clause in the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, slavery is still technically legal in many states as a punishment...
Churches and charities that are defined as tax-exempt organizations by the IRS are prohibited from endorsing political candidates.
If your state requires you to pay postage on mail-in ballots, the U.S. Postal Service will deliver ballots even with insufficient postage.
Federal and state elections are administered at the local level, and the specifics of how elections are conducted differ between states.
Absentee and mail-in ballots are just like regular ballots. They are always tallied, regardless of the result.
FEC filings show Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus contributed to Herschel Walker’s campaign, but there’s no record of a direct donation from the company.
Politicians don’t always need musician approval to use songs in ads, but they need to buy the license
Political candidates need to purchase licenses to use copyrighted music in their TV spots. Those rights are often owned by artists, but not always.
Some have speculated gas prices tend to drop before big elections like the upcoming midterms, but historical data doesn’t support that claim.
No, there weren’t 23,203 registered voters in Wisconsin with the same phone number during the 2020 election
The phone number appeared on thousands of Racine County inactive voter registration records after a system upgrade, and most of those weren’t eligible to...
No, being convicted of taking government records would not disqualify Trump from serving as president again
The eligibility requirements for President are outlined in the Constitution and don’t include criminal convictions.