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Nathaniel Reed


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Past articles by Nathaniel:

Raphael Warnock Pushes Democrat Turnout In Georgia Runoff

Friday marks the last day of early voting in Georgia's runoff election. → Read More

Why Are Political Outsiders Running For Office?

As midterms are approaching, more political outsiders are starting to run for office, but why? → Read More

Why Do Candidates Have To Say 'I Approve This Message' In Ads?

As political season approaches you've probably heard "I approve this message." But why do candidates have to say that? → Read More

Republican Senate Race Takes Center Stage In New Hampshire's Primary

New Hampshire is getting ready to choose a candidate to challenge the state's first-term Democratic senator. → Read More

Trump Search Inventory Reveals New Details From FBI Seizure

The DOJ said there was no secure space at Mar-a-Lago for sensitive government secrets, and has opened a criminal investigation. → Read More

Do Voters Care About The Committee’s Effort To Investigate Trump?

A recent poll found 21% of registered voters said "threats to democracy" are now their top issue. → Read More

Families United By Mass Shooting Call For Ban On Assault Weapons

Families affected by mass shootings across the U.S. protested outside of the Capitol, calling on Congress to ban assault weapons. → Read More

Capitol Rioter Explains Why He Participated At Jan. 6 Hearing

Stephen Ayres said he and other rioters believed former president Donald Trump would join them as they marched to the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Takeaways: Trump Risked Provoking 'Constitutional Crisis'

Day after day, Trump pressured the department leaders to dig into false claims of election fraud after the November 2020 election. → Read More

Jan 6. Panel: Trump Unleashed Violent Mob on Pence (VIDEO)

The committee showed that even as rioters breached the Capitol, Trump posted a tweet condemning Pence for refusing to reject the election results. → Read More

Why Can’t Congress Agree On Immigration?

Here, we have more immigrants than any other country in the world, with more than 40 million people born in another country living in the U.S. → Read More

Voters In Five States Head To The Polls This Tuesday

By the end of this month, 13 states will have held their primaries. → Read More

Senate To Vote Next Week On Protecting Abortion Rights

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said members of both parties need to go on record about where they stand on abortion rights. → Read More

Judge Rejects New York State Redistricting That Favored Democrats

The proposed map would have given Democrats an advantage in 22 of the state's 26 congressional districts. → Read More

Democrats Vying For Vacant Senate Seat In Ohio Ahead of Primary

Early voting is underway for the Buckeye State's Senate primary. → Read More

Ohio Republicans Campaigning In Crowded Race For U.S. Senate Seat

Republican candidates in Ohio have spent a lot of energy and money tying themselves to the former president and unproven claims of election fraud. → Read More

Ketanji Brown Jackson Speaks For 1st Time Since Historic Confirmation

She will become the 116th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court when she takes the bench after Justice Stephen Breyer retires in June. → Read More

Cheers For Jackson, Who Declares, 'We've Made It, All Of Us'

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will take her place on the Supreme Court this summer, when Justice Stephen Breyer retires. → Read More

Jackson Confirmed As First Black Female High Court Justice

A 53-47 vote to cut off debate Thursday came hours before Jackson's expected confirmation. → Read More

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's Confirmation Hearing Continues

After close to 13 hours of questioning Tuesday, many of the same themes were re-visited in Ketanji Brown Jackson's third day of committee hearings. → Read More