Election 2024

Election 2024

Everything you need to know about the local, state and federal elections in 2024.

After backing him in 2020, a new poll shows some young voters are Biden's to lose
Four years ago, President Joe Biden overwhelmingly won among Gen Z and millennial voters, and within that group, voters of color led that support for him. But now — a new poll from the University of Chicago, exclusively obtained by NPR, finds that the coalition may be severely diminished.
Minnesota Democrats split on war in Gaza, press for unity heading into November
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party activists endorsed U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar in her reelection bid and voted on dozens of policy resolutions during their convention in Duluth. But fissures remain over the Middle East war.
Trump calls it an 'honor' to join TikTok after previously trying to ban the app
In less than 24 hours, former President Donald Trump amassed over 2 million followers on TikTok — nearly a third of the following he has on his own social media platform, Truth Social.
Vintage Trump remarks after convictions renew dilemma for news media and voters alike
Trump's remarks full of falsehoods were another reminder that as the November election gets closer, he can be expected to test and exceed the boundaries of fact and fiction one again.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia registers as independent, citing ‘partisan extremism’
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia says he has registered as an independent, raising questions about his future political plans. Manchin would have faced a tough reelection in November if he had chosen to run.
It's not just young voters. New citizens will head to the polls this year, too
For recently naturalized citizens, the 2024 election could mark their first time casting a ballot in a U.S. presidential race. Here are the handful of states where new citizen voters could hold political power.
‘Uncommitted’ voters see how far they can push Democrats or if it’s even worth trying
Democratic voters who opted for “uncommitted” on their primary ballots grapple with whether they have more leverage pushing the party on the Middle East from inside or as a stand-their-ground movement outside.
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