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Colorado lawsuit seeks to keep Trump off ballots under 14th Amendment

Six Colorado voters filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to keep former president Donald Trump off the state’s presidential ballots next year under the 14th Amendment, which says anyone who “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against the Constitution after taking an oath to defend it is ineligible to hold office.

RI POLITICS

Meet Gabe Amo, the front-runner to be Rhode Island’s next member of Congress

On Tuesday, the 35-year-old officially transitioned from talented behind-the-scenes staffer to history-making politician when he won the Democratic nomination in Rhode Island’s First Congressional District.

Stark urban-rural divide emerges in tight Utah GOP special congressional primary race

A stark, urban-rural divide has made a Utah special congressional primary race between a Donald Trump critic and a Trump supporter too early to call.

In the pivotal South Carolina primary, Republican candidates search for a path against Donald Trump

Several campaigns are placing a huge emphasis on South Carolina, where the Republican primary is traditionally the last chance for many White House hopefuls to break through before Super Tuesday.

THE ARGUMENT

Should Massachusetts require voters to present a government-issued photo ID in order to vote by mail or in person?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

Pennsylvania is considering an earlier 2024 presidential primary, partly to avoid voting on Passover

State lawmakers plan to vote on legislation Wednesday that would change Pennsylvania’s primary from late April to late March.

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez suspends 2024 GOP presidential bid after failing to qualify for debate

Suarez became the first candidate to drop out of the crowded GOP field. He launched his campaign just over two months ago as one of the last competitors to join a primary race.

Ramaswamy seizes spotlight as DeSantis hangs back: Seven debate takeaways

One thing was clear when former President Donald Trump decided to skip the first debate of the 2024 Republican primary race: There would be a vacuum to fill.