Election 2020

An internal Facebook report found that the social media platform’s algorithms enabled disinformation campaigns to reach nearly half of all Americans in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
By The Conversation
1st District Congressman James Comer has called for a congressional investigation into the election amid what he called “troubling reports of irregularities and improprieties.”
By Kentucky Public Radio
A public break with an unpredictable president could split the Republican Party into Trump and anti-Trump factions, alienating Trump’s base from party leaders.
By Al Cross
The Kentucky lawmaker is the longest-serving Republican leader in Senate history.
By Kentucky Public Radio
The attorney general has not responded to questions about whether he thought Kentucky mail-in ballots received after Election Day should be thrown out.
By Kentucky Public Radio
A big drop in third-party candidate votes gave both the Democratic and Republican candidates get a larger share of the total vote than they did in 2016.
By The Daily Yonder
This marks the third time a positive case has forced all or part of the courthouse to close.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The senator's response is in sharp contrast to last year, when he publicly urged then-Gov. Matt Bevin to move on after the election despite Bevin’s unfounded claims of voter fraud.
By Kentucky Public Radio
The total number of people voting in the 2020 general election was a local record but the percentage fell short of Christian County’s turnout in other presidential elections.
By Jennifer P. Brown
McConnell, who easily secured his seventh term in the U.S. Senate, said,, “claiming you win the election is different than finishing the counting.”
By Kentucky Public Radio
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