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Fetterman Fumbles, Oz Rumbles in High-Stakes Senate Debate – Inside Sources

The debate lasted an hour and covered a dozen topics, but there was only one question to be settled in Tuesday night’s U.S. Senate debate: Is John Fetterman up to the job? Critics — and even some Democrats — say the lieutenant governor failed the test. From his opening remarks (“Goodnight, everyone!”) to his random

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A swing state no more? GOP confidence grows in Florida – Associated Press

Photo: U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., gestures as he speaks during a Get Out To Vote rally Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, in Tampa, Fla. Democrats are increasingly concerned that Florida, once the nation’s premier swing state, may slip away this fall and beyond as emboldened Republicans capitalize on divisive cultural issues and population shifts in

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Battle for Congress could hinge on North Carolina district – Associated Press

Photo: Bo Hines, Republican candidate for U.S. House District 13 from North Carolina, speaks to the crowd at former President Donald Trump’s rally, Friday, Sept. 23, 2022, in Wilmington, N.C. (AP Photo/Chris Seward, File) In the fast-growing suburbs of Raleigh, North Carolina, the 13th District has emerged as one of the nation’s battlegrounds for congressional

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Biden’s late push across West aims to deliver votes for Dems – Associated Press

Photo: President Joe Biden stands with Tina Kotek, the Oregon Democratic nominee for governor, as he speaks during a grassroots volunteer event with the Oregon Democrats at the SEIU Local 49 in Portland, Ore. President Joe Biden strode into the telephone bank at a crowded union hall and eagerly began making calls and eating doughnuts

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GOP makes push to weaken Democrats’ grip on Texas border – Associated Press

Photo: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, center, poses with supporters as prepares to canvass for votes Just weeks before Election Day in Texas, once again there is big money, new signs of shifting voters and bold predictions of an upset that will turn heads across the U.S. But this time, it’s coming from Republicans. “We are

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