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Republicans to hold meeting on Nov. 3 election, Trump defeat

Arizona Republicans have scheduled a meeting at a hotel in downtown Phoenix on Monday to discuss the Nov. 3 election and President Donald Trump’s defeat. The event was billed as a “fact-finding hearing” featuring members of Trump’s legal team and members of the Arizona Legislature, but top leaders of the Republican-controlled Legislature told The Associated

Politics

Trump influence seen in deadlock of Michigan election board

President Donald Trump offered up his first tweet praising two Michigan Republicans for blocking certification of election results only after the pair did an abrupt about-face in favor of Democrat Joe Biden. But everyone watching the meeting of a Detroit-area election board suspected that the president’s efforts to cast doubt on the election played an

Politics

Presidential race called for Biden, Arizona plays pivotal role in historic election

Crowds erupted in both celebration and protest across the nation, including in Arizona, shortly after news organizations called the presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday. Arizonans had mixed reactions about electing the Democrat to become the 46th president of the United States, especially when votes are still being counted here. Both

Opinion

Opinion: Win or Lose, It Was a Good Election

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors.  These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Many white advocates are unhappy about last night’s election results. They didn’t get the decisive Trump win they wanted and it’s suspicious

Politics

Election officials worried by threats and protesters

Election officials in several states said Thursday they are worried about the safety of their staffs amid a stream of threats and gatherings of angry protesters outside their doors, drawn by President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of widespread fraud in the race for the White House. “I can tell you that my wife and my

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AP PHOTOS: At churches, schools and stadiums, America votes

Americans are choosing between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden in what many are calling the most consequential presidential election in a lifetime, with the balloting shadowed by the coronavirus outbreak, economic downturn, racial tension and a sense that the future of democracy itself is at stake. Voters flocked to polling places around

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