Sen. Gillibrand raises $3M in first quarter for 2020 race - Economic Times
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand said Sunday that her campaign has raised more than $3 million in the first quarter. Nearly two-thirds of contributors to Gillibrand's campaign are women, communications director Meredith Kelly said.
In Mueller’s Report, Look for Obstruction of Elections, Not Just Obstruction of Justice - Observer
The submission of the Mueller Report, and Attorney General William Barr’s four-page cliff notes, sure ignited a firestorm in Washington, D.C. But the real goal for both parties should be to employ the rational choice model and start by securing our elections.
America should allow other countries to vote in the 2020 election - The Independent
I was nine years old when I first seriously pondered the result of a US presidential election. It was 2000 and my father suggested we bet on who would win the 2000 vote – George W Bush or Al Gore. In the kitchen of our apartment in the Paris suburbs, I bet a piece of gum that it would be Gore.
Appeals and recounts spark frustration as Istanbul vote count enters third week - Reuters
Electoral officials ordered a second recount of votes in an east Istanbul district on Monday, after two weeks of appeals by President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party against results showing it had narrowly lost control of Turkey's largest city.
Poll shows support for Australia's far-right One Nation sinking before election - Reuters
Support for Australia's once-influential far-right One Nation party plummeted in the past week after a series of scandals and internal ructions, a widely watched poll showed on Monday, weeks out from a general election.
Fighting Netanyahu and Ilhan Omar at the same time: The strategist working both Israeli and U.S. elections - Haaretz
Respected Democratic adviser Mark Mellman is simultaneously working to unseat Netanyahu while defending Israel against his critics in Washington. He explains how he performs his high-wire act
Sanders pitches a tougher line than Trump on GM closures - Economic Times
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday accused President Donald Trump of betraying the working people who put him in office and challenged him to deny federal contracts to General Motors until the company reopens shuttered plants.
US will work with whoever wins Taiwan's presidential election: AIT | Politics | FOCUS TAIWAN - CNA ENGLISH NEWS - Focus Taiwan News Channel
Taipei, April 15 (CNA) The United States would respect the decision of the Taiwanese people in the 2020 presidential election and will work with the leader selected by the electorate, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairman James Moriarty said Monday.
Delay GSP eligibility decision till Indian elections: US Senators - ANI News
Washington [USA], Apr 13 (ANI): US Senators John Cornyn and Mark Warner have asked the US State Department to delay the issuance of a Presidential proclamation to withdraw India's GSP benefit "by at least 30 days" beyond the stipulated time in order to move negotiations beyond ongo