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Democrat Beto O’Rourke running for Texas governor in 2022

Democrat Beto O’Rourke is running for governor of Texas, pursuing a blue breakthrough in America’s biggest red state after his star-making U.S. Senate campaign in 2018 put him closer than anyone else in decades. O’Rourke’s announcement Monday kicks off a third run for office in as many election cycles. He burst into the 2020 Democratic

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Cartoon Depicts Real Life Policy Battle Against Illegal Immigration and Amnesty

[Editor’s Note: This article is from Rep. Paul Gosar’s newsletter.] Earlier this week, my staff produced a short anime for Twitter causing many on the Left to purposefully mischaracterize its meaning. I find the faux outrage infantile and the hyperventilating and shrill accusations that this cartoon is dangerous to be laughable or intentionally hyperbolic. Either way it,

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Sinema’s shift: ‘Prada socialist’ to corporate donor magnet

Twenty years ago, a Green Party activist running for the Phoenix City Council named Kyrsten Sinema likened raising campaign cash to “bribery.” Now a first-term senator from Arizona, she no longer has such qualms. Once a self-styled “Prada socialist” labeled as “too extreme” by Arizona’s Democratic Party, Sinema has found new power as a centrist

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Top Republicans bullish on 2022 prospects after Virginia win

Fresh off a strong showing in last week’s elections, some of the nation’s leading Republicans expressed newfound confidence this weekend that they were well positioned to retake control of Congress next year and ultimately win back the White House. Speaking at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership meeting in Las Vegas, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz,

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Democrats facing tough slog in 2022 governor’s races

Republicans are increasingly optimistic about flipping governor’s offices in key battleground states next year, buoyed by President Joe Biden’s sagging approval ratings, Democratic infighting in Congress and better-than-expected results in elections in Virginia and New Jersey. Democrats were already steeled for tough races, but the upset loss in Virginia’s governor’s race and a close win

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Local Democrats warn party: Growing Republican wave is real

The Democrats of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, felt the red wave building over the summer when frustrated parents filled school board meetings to complain about masking requirements and an academic theory on systemic racism that wasn’t even taught in local schools. They realized the wave was growing when such concerns, fueled by misleading reports on conservative

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