Counting the ballots: What could go wrong?
If the November 3 election between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden is close, many expect legal battles that, like in 2000, could go to the Supreme Court US elections were easier before, when most people voted in polling stations and their choices were automatically tallied by machine. This yea»»»
How does mail-in voting work in the US?
Voters in states such as Georgia, Texas and Virginia are breaking records for early turnout in the 2020 general election. WSJ’s Alexa Corse explains why so many Americans are casting their votes early, despite the pandemic. Photo: Ron Harris/AP US elections were easier before, when most people vote»»»
U.S. Senate confirms Trump's Supreme Court pick Barrett in nearly party-line vote
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate handed President Donald Trump a major pre-election political victory on Monday by confirming his Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, with the White House planning a celebratory event afterward. The Senate voted 52-48, with Democrats»»»
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