Korean Presidential Election Puts U.S. to Shame in Voter ParticipationThe former director of the St. Louis County Election Board is in South Korea to monitor their presidential election.
How Did The Polls Get It Wrong?So what happened? How could IPSOS not see Donald Trump winning the election?
Trump Refuses To Say He Will Accept Election ResultsTrump has spent the days leading up to third and final presidential debate warning voters that the election will be ``rigged.''
Kander Defends Mo. Election Process After Trump's "Rigged" Allegation"I think it's irresponsible to talk like that, because I think it discourages people from participating in elections," DeGregorio says.
Rauner Speaks on Trump in Sexual Harassment AllegationsIllinois Governor Bruce Rauner is still maintaining his distance from Donald Trump.
Schlafly Offers POTUS-Themed Beer, Glassware"Fed up with our current political climate? You can also choose to raise the ominous black pint glass and just support local beer."
Poll Gives Sanders Chance at Midwestern Sweep TuesdayWill depend on how many I's and R's pick up D ballots.
Show-Me Cannabis Gearing Up for Nov. 2016 ElectionShow-Me Cannabis will soon launch a major effort to collect at least 160,000 signatures statewide to place the legalization of pot on the November 2016 ballot.
Republicans Want To Abandon Iowa Straw PollIn the days since Republicans lost an election many in the party thought was theirs, chatter has been bubbling about what the GOP should do to recover.
Romney On Economy: Obama 'Made The Problem Worse' Seizing on fresh evidence of economic sluggishness, Republican challenger Mitt Romney said Friday that President Barack Obama inherited a bad situation when he took office and then "made the problem worse." Obama looked ahead to the second term he's hoping to win.
Biden: America Not In Decline, Romney In Denial Vice President Joe Biden said Friday that America is not in decline and that the Republican presidential ticket is in denial about the improving economy.
Obama, Romney Clash Over Foreign Policy in Final DebatePlaying it safe, Romney tried not to unnerve undecided voters who are wary of another U.S.-led war, or to upend a race that remains remarkably tight with two weeks to go.