Anyone who pays any attention to US politics is bound to hear some version of this claim: The 2024 election, which will pick a president for a nation of more than 330 million people, could be decided by a small number of voters in a few key states.
As the first presidential election since the growth of sophisticated AI and era of deepfake draws nearer, swing states have been preparing to fight back against the potential misinformation spread by implementing efforts to make sure their election offices are prepared and passing legislation to address the threat.
A top Trump campaign official said Thursday that the 2024 presidential race will not be over until Inauguration Day, rather than after Election Day on Nov. 5 — when voters across the nation go to the polls to cast their ballots and a result normally is projected.
About this data Note: Individual poll results are shown as circles for each candidate. Polls with greater weight in the average have larger circles. Some state averages started later in 2024 because of a lack of sufficient early polling. Source: Averages by The New York Times; polls collected by FiveThirtyEight and The Times.
For years, Trump and his allies targeted election officials, resulting in threats. So, to them, calls for civility often ring hollow.
A primary el e ction is held 11 weeks before the general election. The primary election is for the purpose of nominating party nominees to be voted for in the general election to fill a national, state, county, or district office, said the Florida Division of Elections.
President Joe Biden is facing a crisis point in his reelection bid as Democratic calls for him to exit the 2024 race continue to mount.
Inside Out 2' thrilled audiences this summer when it introduced a new round of emotions. Perhaps missing though? Election anxiety.
Calls from Democrats for Joe Biden to end his bid for reelection are mounting, with congressional members such as Nancy Pelosi joining those who support an end to his candidacy. Still, many at the core of Biden’s base remain staunchly behind the president, and Democrats continue to face a divide as the election draws nearer.