Katie Hobbs is a contender in a contentious contest for Governor in Arizona. She is using her existing position to end a protest against the election results and compel the county to certify the election results. Hobbs, who is the Democratic nominee and current Secretary of State, is suing a county that refuses to certify this year’s election results.
Monday, a federal court determined that Donald Trump cannot claim presidential immunity to escape a lawsuit accusing him of civil rights abuses in his efforts to damage the outcome of the 2020 election.
Days after Donald Trump, a former president, announced his third run for office, the U.S. Department of Justice intensified two inquiries that could prove to be the biggest obstacles to his effort to return to Pennsylvania Avenue.
Lake filed a lawsuit against county recorder Stephen Richer and other authorities in Arizona Superior Court. She is seeking the court to order election authorities in the state’s largest County to submit information on the administration of the midterm elections, which were marred by severe problems.
Kari Lake Files Her First Lawsuit and Issues a Demand to Maricopa County Election Officials as Poll Workers Lose Their Cool. Kari Lake’s campaign wants to know precisely what transpired during the midterm elections on November 8. In pursuit of this objective, the former TV anchor turned Republican firebrand is suing the Maricopa County, Arizona, election authorities.
Tuesday, the Labor Department revoked a Trump administration regulation prohibiting the inclusion of ESG-inclusive mutual funds in 401(k) retirement programs. The reversal means that climate change and other ESG factors can now be considered when selecting funds for retirement plans’ investment menus.
Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader for the U.S. House of Representatives, stated that he would remove several prominent Democrats from their current positions if elected speaker.
Due to sluggish counting and the state’s ranked-choice voting method, Alaska’s Senate and House races are lagging behind the rest of the midterm elections.
In a closed-door meeting Tuesday, House Republicans approved Kevin McCarthy for Speaker, demonstrating that there is still much work to do before the full chamber votes next year. Mr. McCarthy must win 218 votes in a roll-call vote among all legislators present in January, with the Republican majority projected to be the smallest in recent history. All Democrats are anticipated to vote against him.