Matt Schlapp, chairman of the Conservative Political Action Conference and a Trump ally, said discussion panels on election integrity would highlight “huge” evidence of illegal voting in Georgia, Nevada and elsewhere that ultimately swung the election for Democrat Joe Biden.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell underscored the U.S. economy’s ongoing weakness Tuesday in remarks that suggested that the Fed sees no need to alter its ultra-low interest rate policies anytime soon.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is responding to critics within the Nebraska GOP who are making plans to vote to censure him at the Nebraska Republican Party’s State Central Committee meeting in Columbus on February 13th.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse issued a statement Friday after documents filed by Federal prosecutors shed light on the dangerous intentions behind some involved in the Capitol riot. The documents revealed there was strong evidence some within the mob aimed “to capture and assassinate elected officials.”
Senator Sasse told CBS This Morning Friday that he's involved in an investigation into why the National Guard wasn't deployed for hours after a mob incited by President Trump attacked the Capitol Wednesday.
Nebraska and 16 other states have joined a lawsuit initially filed by the Texas attorney general demanding that the 62 total Electoral College votes in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin be invalidated.
Michigan’s largest county reversed course and unanimously certified its presidential election results Tuesday night after Republicans first blocked the move in a party-line vote that threatened to temporarily stall official approval of Democrat Joe Biden’s win in the state.
The message from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.was that Republicans should concede the presidential election was won by Biden and immediately return to negotiations on COVID relief.
Nebraska will never be mistaken for a swing state given that it hasn’t supported a Democratic presidential candidate since 1964, but if the race is close this fall, the state could have a key role in choosing the next president.