Deceptive campaign tactics and dirty tricks cut more deeply into democracy when a president—rather than any other candidate—engages in them.
Latest in Campaign 2020
While Trump lost the 2020 election litigation battle, he received more judicial support than you might think.
The Justice Department charged two Iranian nationals with helping orchestrate a cyber campaign to intimidate and influence American voters in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
The Office of Special Counsel released a report outlining their investigation of political activities by senior Trump administration officials leading up to the presidential election.
A judge denied motions to dismiss voting machine company Dominion’s defamation suits against Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, and Mike Lindell for their claims that it was involved in 2020 election fraud.
Racist and sexist attacks on Kamala Harris in 2020 reveal long-established patterns of “othering” nondominant groups and individuals. These patterns are designed to undermine the political standing of political figures from nondominant groups.
Justice Department Authorizes Former Trump Officials to Testify Before Congress, Rejects Executive Privilege
Letters to six former Trump Justice Department officials permit them to provide information to Congress about the department’s role in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
The documents illustrate the Trump administration’s efforts to invalidate the results of the 2020 presidential election in several states where Trump lost.
Brian Maiorana was arrested on Nov. 10 for making threatening interstate communications.
Heading into Tuesday, there was a very long list of things that could go wrong. Many have not come to pass so far.