An article on July 28 concerning the plan to reverse the result of the 2020 election by creating slates of electors pledged to Donald Trump in states he had misplaced referred incorrectly to the origins of the Jan. 6 date for certifying the ultimate rely of the Electoral Faculty. The date is ready by federal legislation, not by the Structure.
An entry on Wednesday within the calendar of remaining midterm main elections contained outdated details about candidates in Wisconsin. Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes now has a transparent path to successful the Democratic nomination for Senate; he not faces a troublesome main. Within the Republican main for governor, the previous Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch’s predominant opponent is Tim Michels; it’s not Kevin Nicholson.
An article on Monday concerning the affect that the pandemic had on mother and father’ political opinions reversed the ages of Natalya Murakhver’s two youngsters. Violet is 9, and Clementine is 5.
An article on Friday concerning the Washington Commanders’ proprietor, Daniel Snyder, agreeing to look earlier than a congressional committee investigating his workforce’s office tradition misstated Snyder’s estimated internet price. His fortune has been valued at $4 billion, not $40 billion.
An article and a photograph caption on Tuesday concerning the methods by which dams imperil environments that rely on floodwaters described incorrectly the Yellowstone River. It’s among the many longest undammed U.S. rivers, not the longest.
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