A national advocacy group for seniors officially endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris on Thursday, warning that older Americans “cannot afford” a second term for President Donald Trump.
An advocacy organization founded by the late son of Franklin Delano Roosevelt endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Thursday morning, warning that President Donald Trump’s push to eliminate the payroll tax if reelected poses an “existential threat” to Social Security’s dedicated funding.
The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM), an organization with deep roots in New Deal policies, today put the weight and clout of its millions of members and supporters behind the Joe Biden/Kamala Harris campaign. Today’s endorsement breaks the National Committee’s 38-year tradition of steering clear of Presidential campaigns in order to focus its resources on House and Senate races.
On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear arguments in a lawsuit that would force the state to remove 129,000 people from the voter rolls on grounds they’d moved from their registration addresses.
Measuring the anxiety over the November election is as simple as tallying the hundreds of voting-related lawsuits filed across the country in recent months. The cases concern the fundamentals of the American voting process.