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  1. Vandalizing Our Democracy Op Ed, November 22

    Donald Trump cares about nothing else except undermining our country’s election results.

  2. So, Did ‘Bad Things Happen’ With the Election in Philadelphia? Op Ed, November 19

    Despite President Trump’s message, the evidence shows no signs of fraud.

  3. How a Minneapolis Suburb Turned Blue, Despite Trump’s Law-and-Order Pitch National, November 16

    President Trump comfortably carried Chaska, Minn., in 2016. This time, he lost by nine percentage points — a dramatic shift that similarly played out in suburban counties across the country.

  4. The Faithful Voters Who Helped Put Biden Over the Top Op Ed, November 11

    The president-elect’s approach to religion made a critical difference in key battleground states.

  5. Trump Loves to Use the Pardon Power. Is He Next? Op Ed, November 10

    There is little to be done right now about the president’s self-serving ways, but Congress can limit future abuses.

  6. Biden Leads, but No Call Yet Four Days After Election: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, November 7

    Election Day has turned into Election Week and while Joe Biden is within striking distance of 270 Electoral College vote, the counting is continuing.

  7. Biden Leads, but No Call Yet Four Days After Election: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, November 7

    Election Day has turned into Election Week and while Joe Biden is within striking distance of 270 Electoral College vote, the counting is continuing.

  8. Which Battleground States Did Trump Win in 2016? Politics, November 4

    A look at the president’s performance in the previous election.

  9. ‘Es terrible para un país’: cómo la masculinidad influyó en las campañas de Trump y Biden en Español, November 2

    Las elecciones de 2016 fueron un referéndum de muchas cosas, incluso sobre lo que los estadounidenses pensaban que una mujer podía hacer o ser. La campaña actual se ha centrado en lo que debería ser un hombre.

  10. ¿Qué necesitaría Trump para ganar? Que las encuestas se equivoquen más que en 2016 en Español, November 2

    Varios de los factores que llevaron al error de los sondeos de la elección presidencial anterior ahora no están en juego.

  11. What Trump Needs to Win: A Polling Error Much Bigger Than 2016’s Upshot, November 2

    Several factors that led to the misfire last time are no longer in play.

  12. Hillary Clinton Was Right to Warn Us Op Ed, November 2

    She grasped the danger posed by the “vast right-wing conspiracy,” Russian interference and Trump.

  13. Inspiring Black Voters Is Key to Biden’s Prospects in Florida Politics, November 1

    Democratic groups are pouring money into get-out-the-vote efforts in Black precincts to try to increase turnout from 2016, in a state that is critical to President Trump’s re-election chances.

  14. Trump, Biden and the Tough Guy, Nice Guy Politics of 2020 Politics, November 1

    The 2016 election was a referendum on many things, including what Americans thought a woman could do or be. Now it’s a question of what a man should be.

  15. Elecciones 2020: Biden supera a Trump en cuatro estados clave, muestran las encuestas en Español, November 1

    Trump enfrenta una avalancha de oposición nacional por parte de las mujeres, las personas de color, los votantes urbanos y de los suburbios, los jóvenes, los adultos mayores y los nuevos votantes.

  16. Election at Hand, Biden Leads Trump in Four Key States, Poll Shows Politics, November 1

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. leads President Trump in Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona and, by a wide margin, in Wisconsin, according to a Times/Siena College poll.

  17. The Woman President Who Wasn’t Op Ed, October 30

    Trump may have beaten Hillary Clinton, but the story doesn’t end there.

  18. This Election Map Will Be Everywhere. Don’t Let It Fool You. Interactive, October 30

    It’s full of tricks and optical illusions.

  19. In This Strange Election Year, Foreign Embassies Find Little Access to Democrats Washington, October 29

    The Biden campaign, according to advisers, is concerned over possible perception of foreign meddling in the election — or any comparison to Russian interference on President Trump’s behalf in 2016.

  20. Trump Couldn’t Play the Tough Guy This Time Op Ed, October 28

    In 2016, he benefited from voters’ fear of terrorism. But this year, Americans are more worried about threats closer to home.

  21. Miss Live Theater? You’re Not Alone. Interactive, October 15

    We miss theater. And we know you do too. So we asked you to share some memories with us.

  22. The True Colors of America’s Political Spectrum Are Gray and Green Interactive, September 2

    Think of the gray sidewalks of Democratic-leaning New York City, or the endless stretch of green fields in Kansas.

  23. What if Everyone Had Voted by Mail in 2016? Interactive, August 10

    Despite boosting younger voters, the effects are negligible when races aren’t razor-thin.