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Arizona’s Missing Election Results Prove Early and Mail-in Voting a Bad Idea

While it’s clear that Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States, it wasn’t clear until Thursday that he carried Arizona. A quarter of Arizona’s vote has not been counted a full day after the election because of mail-in voting, a fraud-prone practice that disserves the nation and should end.

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Nevada Early Vote a Warning Sign for Trump

Reports from Nevada on Saturday of heavy Democratic turnout in early voting, and heavy Latino turnout in particular, pose significant challenges to Donald Trump’s ambitions of winning the state — and the presidency.

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Republicans Hold Lead in Record Florida Early Voting

With less than four days before Election Day, Republicans hold an edge in early voting in the pivotal swing state of Florida. The Associated Press reports that state election officials say that nearly 5.3 million Floridians have voted by mail

Voters cast their ballot during early voting at a polling station at Truman College on October 31, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. / AFP / Joshua Lott (Photo credit should read JOSHUA LOTT/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama Admits Black Voter Turnout Has Already Cratered

As GOP nominee Donald Trump surges in this the last week before Election Day, President Barack Obama is raising the alarm over the low turnout of black voters in early voting periods across the nation. He worries that it could torpedo Hillary Clinton’s hopes to win the White House.

A sign is posted outside an early voting site at Downtown Summerlin on October 26, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Early Voting in Nevada Signals Tight Race

By Tuesday, registered Republicans had cast 208,219 early or absentee votes, while registered Democrats had cast 238,816 votes and independents had cast 114,867 votes during early voting in Nevada.

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Close of Louisiana Early Voting Shows Trump Advantage

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – As early voting concludes in deep red Louisiana, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to have turned out a record number of voters, leaving an apparent advantage over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

A man walks into a polling station during early voting inside Truman College on October 31, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. / AFP / Joshua Lott (Photo credit should read JOSHUA LOTT/AFP/Getty Images)

Early Voters in Minnesota, Wisconsin Allowed to Change Ballots

The question about whether or not voters can change their early votes arose after the FBI announced on Friday it was renewing its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server — just 12 days before the general election. As of Friday morning, more than 12.6 million Americans were estimated to have already cast their ballots,

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Early Voting Data Shows African American Turnout Dropping

A blizzard of early reports show that by early voting by pro-Democratic African Americans has dropped significantly compared to 2012, giving a boost to Donald Trump’s prospects in critical swing-states, such as North Carolina and Ohio.

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Louisiana Shatters Early Voting Record, Up 67 Percent

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Voters in the Sportsman’s Paradise State have shattered previous early voting records in the first three days as the 2016 presidential race tightens between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

ALBUQUERQUE, NM - OCTOBER 30: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump steps off of his private jet as he arrives for a campaign rally at Atlantic Aviation near Albuquerque International Airport October 30, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. With less than nine days until Americans go to the polls, Trump is …

Team Trump: Early Voting Numbers Show The Donald on Warpath to Victory

Trump communications advisor Jason Miller said on Breitbart News Sunday that Donald Trump has thousands of more early votes racked up than Mitt Romney did during this point in the 2012 election, giving them more momentum heading into the final week of the 2016 presidential election.

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In Three-Person Race, John Kasich Came Fourth

Ohio’s Gov. John Kasich may be riding a wave of newfound popularity in the national polls of Republican primary voters. But in the Arizona primary on Tuesday, he came fourth in a three-person race.

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It’s Super Tuesday in Texas – Time to Vote

Texas Republicans have long asked to have a position of influence in the process of selecting the party’s nominee for president. That opportunity has now come to the voters of the Lone Star State and Texans are flocking to the polls in droves.

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Republicans Should Call Clinton’s Bluff on Universal Voting

On Thursday, Hillary Clinton accused Republicans of trying to suppress the vote through voter identification laws, strongly implying that they were doing so out of racist motives. Voter photo ID is standard throughout the world, as Clinton well knows, including