Elections

This Nation offers complete coverage of elections in the U.S. with breaking news, in-depth featured stories, and analysis of key battlegrounds. We bring you unbiased facts and both sides of the story, keeping you informed about the important elections that are being held and how they might shape America.

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Liz Cheney, daughter of the former Vice President Dick Cheney and head of the January 6 investigative committee, is tanking among Wyoming…

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New York magazine is reporting that former President Donald Trump has already made his decision about…

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While there are five states hosting primary elections on August 2, 2022, two states have hotly…

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There are 99 days left to the midterms of 2022, and, races across the United States…

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On Thursday, Representative Lee Zeldin (R-NY), who is currently running for the governor’s seat in New York state,…

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On Tuesday, President Joe Biden responded angrily when a reporter asked him a question about a New York…

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Early Monday, The New York Times is reporting that President Joe Biden’s current approval rate is hovering around…

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On Tuesday, primaries and run-offs were held in Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, and Texas, and political pundits across the…

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The 2022 Primary season has been one to watch. Primaries began March 1 in Texas with an interim…

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Five states across the nation look to host key primary races on June 14, 2022. So far, the…

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He was the first African-American president in history, which was unforeseen. But that wasn’t the only newsworthy thing about the election. The drama surrounding Obama’s inauguration was another newsworthy event.
Elections are and have always been a game decided by numbers. It is not by the candidate that looks more presentable or has more money in the bank.
The post office is open for business on Election Day. On Election Day, which is always on a Tuesday in November, the Postal Service will deliver mail and parcels. Post Office only closes on Federal Holidays and Sundays, and since the election date is neither of those, it’s operational. 
In the early nineteenth century, a party's presidential candidate was nominated by a congressional caucus.