Trump again breaks a norm by not recognizing the election results and allowing a transition to proceed.
Returns for contested races and ballot measures, updated daily as mail-in ballots are counted.
Biden might win, they say, but they’ll await the counting of all ballots and the Electoral College outcome.
Trump’s refusal to concede could hurt himself, Biden and even the GOP’s chances of holding the Senate.
Democrats have failed to achieve what the GOP has mastered, working from the local level up.
Muzzall is on course to keep a Senate seat, while Paul clings to lead for re-election to the House.
Despite a tendency to air his falsehoods without challenge, some examples of journalism stand out.
The wait was agonizing, but the careful count and its dispersal of power are key to our system of government.
Biden’s leadership alone will be meaningful on the pandemic, climate change and good government.
At best it’s a bothersome redundancy; at worst a paternalistic denial of American voting rights.
Most believe that voters in smaller states have more influence, but that isn’t always the case.
Analysis shows the former vice president’s support could be found in previously pro-Trump parts of Snohomish County.
Democratic lawmakers applauded the new president-elect and Kamala Harris, who made history.
This is the trusted strategy for Trump and his allies; and really the only one left at this point.
Sen. Ron Muzzall leads by 600 votes and Greg Gilday trails Democrat Angie Homola by only 120 votes.
Trump is testing his presidential powers in undermining America’s confidence in the vote.
Should Democrats win them, Biden would would increase his chances for passing legislation.
Long waits and other efforts to suppress votes are undemocratic and defy the will of the people.
If the Senate stays in GOP hands, Republicans will do all they can to confound Biden’s administration.
The Republican senator trailed Election Night but has moved in front with latest ballot count.