More than a dozen companies that wrote large checks to the 2016 political conventions aren’t planning to participate this year or are still deciding.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s denial of a sexual-assault allegation against him by a former Senate aide has renewed questions about access to documents from his Senate career that are stored at the University of Delaware.
President Trump has opened a new charm offensive aimed at appealing to America’s oldest voters who polls show are souring on his re-election amid the coronavirus crisis.
Joe Biden has chosen a team of advisers to oversee his search for a running mate, as he prepares for one of the most consequential decisions he will make in the months ahead.
Joe Biden, seeking to unify the Democratic Party and generate voter enthusiasm in November’s presidential election, is trying to make rapid inroads with Latinos, many of whom sided with Bernie Sanders in early primaries.
President Trump, like much of the nation, has cabin fever. That’s about to end.
Six months out from Election Day, Republicans and Democrats in Congress are headed for a showdown over expanding voting by mail, with Americans set to converge on the polls when the coronavirus could remain a health threat.
Ohio’s primary election, which started in mid-February with early voting, wrapped up Tuesday with former Vice President Joe Biden being declared the winner of the state’s 2020 Democratic presidential nominating contest.
Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan, a Republican-turned-independent, said Tuesday evening that he has formed a presidential exploratory committee to run for the Libertarian Party’s nomination.
The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate said the former vice president had been “preparing for this moment his entire life.”
Prominent Democrats, including some women thought to be on Joe Biden’s running-mate shortlist, have lined up behind the former vice president in the month since a former Senate staffer made public an allegation he sexually assaulted her once in the 1990s.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi praised the former vice president for his integrity and work helping the U.S. recover from the 2008 financial meltdown.
As the coronavirus maintains its hold on the country, it is creating different but parallel problems for both President Trump and his fall opponent, Joe Biden.
Joe Biden formalized a joint fundraising agreement with the Democratic National Committee, allowing him to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from individual donors.
Online political donations to Democratic candidates and causes fell in the latter part of March, as the coronavirus pandemic upended daily life, tanked the global economy and pushed millions of Americans into unemployment.
A larger share of young Americans—a group that disapproves of President Trump by a wide margin—say they will definitely vote in November as compared to this time four years ago, a poll released Thursday shows.
With job losses and hospitalizations mounting due to the coronavirus outbreak, President Trump’s re-election terrain has dramatically shifted.
The former vice president raised $46.7 million in March but still faces a cash disadvantage compared with President Trump’s fundraising juggernaut.
As states explore ways to expand voting options amid the coronavirus outbreak, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds that a majority of voters support changing election law so that everyone can vote by mail.
The win, which came with 72% of the vote, was the latest nominating-contest victory for the party’s presumptive presidential nominee.