When the Associated Press announced Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the winners of the 2020 presidential election, it was a historic moment for the position of vice president.
Following a recount of the votes for Missouri District 135, Democrat Betsy Fogle came out on top by a slim margin. She received 8,548 votes compared to Republican incumbent Steve Helm’s 8,472 votes. The results headed to the verification board, which convened on Monday, Nov. 14 at the Greene…
Established by the Founding Fathers in Article II, Section I of the United States Constitution, the Electoral College, made up of 538 electors, is the process used every four years to select the next president and vice president of the United States. The 538 electoral votes represent the 435…
Democratic president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris gave their victory speech Saturday night after Biden was announced as the winner of the 2020 presidential election earlier that morning after the Associated Press called the race.
As the 2020 Presidential Election comes to a close, it’s already making a place for itself as one of the most monumental elections in U.S. history, both in the national schism surrounding it and the sheer number of voters being counted.
Nearly 250 guests gathered in the White River Conference Center on Nov. 3, for the Missouri Republican Watch Party hosted by the Missouri GOP committee and Mike Parson’s Campaign.
Democrat Crystal Quade is the current representative of the 132nd district in the Missouri House of Representatives — including Springfield — and is running for re-election.
Voting for the first time has been quite the experience. It seems like such an “adult” thing to do, something that I did not consider myself to be ready for. However, I voted for the very first time this morning, and now I am ready to share my experiences.
As a 20-year-old citizen and journalist, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the 2020 General Election. This is not only the first General Election I will be able to vote in but also the first I will be able to cover, and what an election to represent both firsts!