Nathan VanderKlippe, The Globe and Mail

Nathan VanderKlippe

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Recent articles by Nathan:

As western U.S. population grows, so does acrimony over access to public land

In states like Montana and Wyoming, federal land holdings are vast, but enjoying those wild spaces can involve a complicated legal mess on country roads and paths → Read More

Arizona’s certification of 2022 midterms set to kick off new challenges to state election results

Arizona’s Maricopa County is reprising its place from 2020 as the centre of attention for those raising baseless accusations of election fraud → Read More

In Texas, members of LGBTQ community arm themselves to fight right-wing extremists

Open violence against LGBTQ people in Texas has created fertile ground for progressives to respond in kind → Read More

An anti-Trump evangelical pastor’s mission to convert the former U.S. president’s most faithful church followers

Mr. Campbell’s introduction to the congregation of Trump came in a church, after fellow Christians suggested he attend what was described as a revival event organized by Turning Point, a Phoenix-based conservative group → Read More

Donald Trump announces 2024 presidential bid

Trump enters the race as he faces multiple investigations, including over his failed efforts to overturn the 2020 election → Read More

Democrat Katie Hobbs projected to defeat Republican Kari Lake in Arizona governor’s race

GOP defeat marks another striking repudiation of Trump-style populism in U.S. midterm elections → Read More

Democrats hold on to Senate control with Nevada win

With Catherine Cortez Masto’s victory, the party’s comeback in the midterm elections will make it easier for the White House to continue pursuing its policy agenda → Read More

Embroiled in legal proceedings, Trump may see defensive value in pursuing presidency

Faced with the prospect of charges that could result in huge fines or even jail time, Donald Trump may see the campaign trail as a shield of protection → Read More

Why are key U.S. Senate races still undecided? Democratic and Republican voting patterns could be a factor

As Arizona continues to count votes, the GOP’s gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has narrowed the gap with her Democratic opponent → Read More

As U.S. midterm results continue to come in, Republican hopes for ‘red kingdom’ fade

Key races are still far from a conclusive count Wednesday morning, leaving the U.S. politically closer to the status quo than many had anticipated → Read More

2022 U.S. midterm elections: Republicans make gains in midterm elections, but hopes for ‘red wave’ dim

Battle for control of U.S. Congress and the governorships of key swing states remained deadlocked amid a slew of close races → Read More

U.S. midterm elections: Arizona voting-machine malfunctions likely to delay some vote reporting

Widespread malfunctions with election tabulating machines have caused increasingly long lines in one of the most closely watched voting districts in the U.S., although by early afternoon local officials said they had identified a solution → Read More

2022 U.S. midterm elections live updates: What Americans are voting for, news from the polls and races to watch

Today’s midterm elections will decide who controls Congress for the next two years. In 36 states, governors and other state officials will also be elected → Read More

Spending on U.S. midterm elections is breaking records

U.S. courts have refused to limit election spending, but the amount being spent on the midterms, an estimated $16.7-billion, has added to concerns about the corrupting influence of money → Read More

In Arizona, ballot drop box vigilante surveillance is shut down, but their wary worldview remains steadfast

Operation Drop Box 2022 says its objective was going to be to stand guard at ballot drop boxes to prevent collection of ‘fake ballots from phony non-profits’ → Read More

Arizona ‘Trump ticket’ races could shape balance of power in Washington

What happens in Arizona stands to shape national politics. Republicans need to gain just one Senate seat to assume control of that chamber, with its powers to confirm or deny presidential appointments → Read More

How the Nov. 8 midterm elections could affect Donald Trump’s political future

Donald Trump remains one of the most potent forces in the midterm elections – a vote that will demonstrate how much of the Republican party he has cast in his mould → Read More

U.S. reservations face an increasingly pitched fight to protect voting rights

Montana laws, which Republican legislators have vowed to revive, formed part of a broader pattern of legislation this year that advocates say is designed to protect election security but critics say is voter suppression → Read More

Meet the Canadians who are cultivating an audience with America’s far right

Those casting ballots for candidates aligned with Trump form a critical audience for the far-right Canadians who have built followers in U.S., partly by rejecting the progressive politics at home → Read More

As prospect of recession looms, Republicans warn of shift in support for Ukraine

U.S. conservative leaders are expressing new reluctance over the billions of dollars the country is spending in Ukraine → Read More