A study found one in four Americans saw at least one false story before the 2016 election, but even the most eager fake-news readers — deeply conservative supporters of President Donald Trump — consumed far more of the real kind, from newspaper and network websites and other digital sources.
Source: 2016’s ‘Fake News‘ had wide reach, little political impact, study suggests
John Kasich during Utah’s March presidential caucus and wrote in the name of another Republican — he won’t say who — in the November election … Source: Despite heavy lobbying, Utah electors say they’ll vote Trump
Right on Crime, a conservative criminal justice group, is “definitely not … The Huffington Post reached out to several other prominent conservatives … Source: Trump And Sessions Could Ruin Conservatives‘ Plans To Fix The War On Drugs
Lake Forest approves timeline to switch to district-based elections, but keeps options open for fight
San Juan Capistrano held its first district election in 2016. Anaheim, Fullerton and Garden Grove have also switched to district-based elections. Source: Lake Forest approves timeline to switch to district-based elections, but keeps options open for fight