Republicans ‘scrambling’ to find the next Glenn Youngkin as they struggle to replicate their success in Virginia: report

Republicans ‘scrambling’ to find the next Glenn Youngkin as they struggle to replicate their success in Virginia: report

This post was originally published on this site Republicans saw success in Virginia’s 2021 gubernatorial election after losing the White House and Senate in 2020, but are struggling to duplicate that model heading into the midterm elections, according to the National Journal. “In the aftermath of Glenn Youngkin’s upset victory...

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Democrat Max Rose Announced A Comeback Campaign For His Old House Seat

Democrat Max Rose Announced A Comeback Campaign For His Old House Seat

This post was originally published on this siteThe Staten Island Democrat is hoping for a rematch with Rep. Nicole Malliotakis for the only New York City seat held by a Republican. View Entire Post ›

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Trump moves to boost Ted Budd in North Carolina Senate race

Trump moves to boost Ted Budd in North Carolina Senate race

This post was originally published on this siteFormer President Trump moved to boost Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.), his chosen candidate in North Carolina’s marquee Senate race, amid earlier struggles to clear the primary field.Trump hosted a meeting at his Mar-a-Lago resort over the weekend vowing to…

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Ohio Republicans hire lawyers who defended ‘largest racial gerrymanders ever encountered’

Ohio Republicans hire lawyers who defended ‘largest racial gerrymanders ever encountered’

This post was originally published on this site Defending themselves against accusations of gerrymandering, the Ohio House speaker and Senate president hired a team of lawyers with a history defending North Carolina against what a federal court called one of the “largest racial gerrymanders ever encountered.” A spate of special...

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This week: Congress poised to go into December overtime

This week: Congress poised to go into December overtime

Congress is driving deeper toward the holidays, as lawmakers struggle to make progress on a lengthy year-end to-do list. Both the House and Senate were scheduled to leave Washington, D.C., for the year at the end of the week. The…

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