An article on July 28 about the plan to reverse the outcome of the 2020 election by creating slates of electors pledged to Donald Trump in states he had lost referred incorrectly to the origins of the Jan. 6 date for certifying the final count of the Electoral College. The date is set by federal law, not by the Constitution.
An entry on Wednesday in the calendar of remaining midterm primary elections contained outdated information about candidates in Wisconsin. Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes now has a clear path to winning the Democratic nomination for Senate; he no longer faces a difficult primary. In the Republican primary for governor, the former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch’s main opponent is Tim Michels; it is no longer Kevin Nicholson.
An article on Monday about the impact that the pandemic had on parents’ political views reversed the ages of Natalya Murakhver’s two children. Violet is 9, and Clementine is 5.
An article on Friday about the Washington Commanders’ owner, Daniel Snyder, agreeing to appear before a congressional committee investigating his team’s workplace culture misstated Snyder’s estimated net worth. His fortune has been valued at $4 billion, not $40 billion.
An article and a photo caption on Tuesday about the ways in which dams imperil environments that depend on floodwaters described incorrectly the Yellowstone River. It is among the longest undammed U.S. rivers, not the longest.
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