Monday, July 26

election

Arizona, arizona audit, election, Politics, Speed desk

Arizona election officials have only found 182 cases of potential fraud out of over 3 million votes

Election officials in Arizona have only found 182 cases of potential voter fraud out of more than 3 million ballots cast in the 2020 election, the Associated Press reported Friday. LoadingSomething is loading. The findings come amid a controversial "audit" being conducted in Maricopa County by a private firm, Cyber ​​Ninjas. Commis...
election, jenna ellis, Law, Politics, Republican National Committee, RNC, Rudy Giuliani

The GOP’s top lawyer said Rudy Giuliani’s 2020 election lawsuits were’a joke’ and’are getting laughed out of court’

An email The Washington Post obtained shows division within the GOP over the 2020 election. The Republican National Committee's top lawyer criticized lawsuits disputing the election results. Rudy Giuliani retaliated by trying to have the lawyer fired, The Post reported. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
election, January 6 riot, Politics

Some companies pledged to halt donations to lawmakers who objected to certifying Biden’s election win. They have not kept their promise.

Some corporations pledged not to fund officials who voted against certifying election results. Six months after the Capitol riot, dozens have made donations to PACs, the AP reported. Some companies said PACs assured them the funds won't go to officials that objected. See more stories on Insider's business page. Following the January 6 Capitol riots, dozens of large companies pledged not to fund the 147 lawmakers who objected to certifying President Joe Biden's election win but have since fallen short on that promise, the Associated Press reported. The GOP lawmakers objected to certifying the vote on false claims made by former P...
Andrew Yang, election, NYC Mayor, Politics

NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang doubles down on comments blaming mentally ill people for New York City’s problems

NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang doubled down on his comments on mentally ill people on Monday. Yang said those who were mentally ill were affecting tourism during an appearance on billionaire John Catsimatidis's radio show. Yang echoed remarks he made on mental illness and homelessness at last week's NYC mayoral debate. See more stories on Insider's business page. In the final hours of the New York City mayoral campaign, candidate Andrew Yang doubled down on his comments on the mentally ill and homeless. Phoning into a radio show with billionaire John Catsimatidis on Monday, Yang complained that mentally ill people affect the cit...