· AMERICA DISRUPTED: Troubles cleave a nation, and a city →
“It’s never been this divided,” says Tom Roy, vice chair of Saginaw’s Republicans.
· Trump SHOCK election poll: Black Lives Matter protests will get Trump re-elected →
The party identification turnout model is: Democrats = 38 percent; Republicans = 38 percent; and Independents = 24 percent.
· US Supreme Court curbs 'faithless electors' in presidential voting →
They cast their ballots for moderate Republicans and not Clinton even though she won the popular vote in both states.
· GOP worries Trump’s divisive June imperils Senate control →
One said key Republicans were telling Trump they’re worried about his campaign and he should heed polls showing him in trouble.
The Japan Times
· North Korean defectors face wrath of both Seoul and Pyongyang →
U.S. politicians, especially conservative Republicans, have long championed the cause of North Korean defectors in their criticism of the Kim regime.
· Firm Linked to Pelosi’s Husband Got Virus Loan, Data Show →
Republicans Roger Williams of Texas and Vicky Hartzler of Missouri and Democrats Susie Lee of Nevada and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell of Florida have ties to companies that are either run by their families or employ their spouses as a senior executives.
· Governors’ companies among recipients of virus relief loans →
Both Republicans and Democrats, their associated companies’ loans ranged from $150,000 to more than $11 million.
· Spencer Cox wins Republican primary in Utah governor’s race →
The race saw an unusual number of liberal-leaning and independent voters crossing party lines and registering as Republicans to vote in the primary.
The New York Times
· Virginia Democratic Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District →
Four Democrats are vying for the nomination for this newly competitive House seat after local Republicans ousted the incumbent, Denver Riggleman, who had officiated a same-sex wedding.
The New York Times
· New York Primary Election Results: 11th Congressional District →
Staten Island is the only New York City borough that leans conservative, and Republicans are trying to win this seat back from Max Rose, a Democrat who upset an incumbent in 2018.