Us Elections News
Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy vows to end 'birthright citizenship' for immigrants in US
Indian-American entrepreneur and Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy reiterated a 2015 proposal by former President Donald Trump of ending the birthright citizenship in the US, according to a report
The latest opinion polls contain no good news for Joe Biden, who must overcome voter concerns about his age and a higher cost of living
The US government could default on its debt in less than a month if leaders do not arrive at a deal to raise the nation's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling. However, Republican politicians, such as Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump, have prioritised other controversial issues
His fans cheered wildly when Trump, himself 76, mocked his 80-year-old Democratic rival, imitating a lost or stumbling elderly man and then pledging: 'We're going to crush Joe Biden'
It may very well be Joe Biden vs Donald Trump for the 2024 US presidential elections. But America isn’t enthused about it. A survey reveals that 70 per cent don’t want the incumbent president to run for another term. It also shows 60 per cent want the businessman-turned-politician to step aside
President Joe Biden has formally announced he's seeking reelection. But he's also still the president, with roughly 20 months left in his term regardless of whether he wins a second one on Election Day 2024
Darshana Patel is seeking the North County seat that will be vacated after 2024 by Brian Maienschein, who is termed out
Joe Biden recalls taking his granddaughter for her first-time vote; calls it 'favourite moment from 2022'
Sharing an old video, US President Joe Biden called taking his granddaughter Natalie Biden for her first-time voting a 'favourite' moment from 2022
A judge has thrown out Republican Kari Lake’s challenge of her defeat in the Arizona governor’s race to Democrat Katie Hobbs, rejecting her claim that problems with ballot printers at some polling places on Election Day were the result of intentional misconduct.
Democratic Party candidate Raphael Warnock won the Georgia Senate race in the runoff election held on Tuesday. With this, Democrats now enjoy a 51-49 majority in the US Senate. Why was this necessary?
California's lengthy count may be frustrating to candidates and anxious voters. But election officials say the process is designed to make it as easy as possible for people to vote and ensure every ballot is accurately counted
Indian Americans have won it big in the recently held US midterm elections
The US midterms were to be a celebration for Donald Trump, but Election Night left him dismayed. Several candidates that he backed lost or were trailing, and his rival Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' thumping win has threatened Trump's 2024 presidential bid
Normally the ruling party loses seats in the midterms, but this time the loss could actually turn into a rout, especially because of inflation and high interest
US midterm elections: The first Indian-American lieutenant governor and several other historic firsts
Hyderabad-born Anita Miller scripted history in the US midterms by winning the Maryland race for lieutenant governor. She, however, isn’t alone in changing record books — the US also voted its first openly lesbian governor, a Gen Z member of Congress and a woman governor
US Midterm Elections 2022 Live: Despite their liberal history, states like Massachusetts, Maryland and Illinois have elected moderate Republican governors in the past. But the Republicans this year appeared to be too conservative in these states, handing Democrats easy victories in midterm elections
In a series of posts on his Truth Social platform on Tuesday, Donald Trump claimed that the midterm elections were being stolen from Republicans, especially in Arizona's Maricopa County
Voters thronged to polling stations across the United States to express themselves on a wide array of divergent concerns. Their choices will decide the control of the US Congress, as well as many governorships, state legislatures and local offices
In July, the State Department offered a reward of up to $10 million for information about Russian interference in US elections, including on Prigozhin and the Internet Research Agency, the troll farm in St. Petersburg that his companies were accused of funding
Donald Trump said he would nominate RHC founder Shalabh Kumar as his ambassador to India if he gets elected as the US president in 2024