Republicans are eyeing major gains in Tuesday’s elections and appealing to supporters over the campaign’s final weekend to punish Democrats for high inflation and crime rates that have risen in some parts of the country. President Joe Biden and his two most recent Democratic White House predecessors warned that GOP victories could undermine the very
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
In April, Republican control of the U.S. Senate looked like a lock. In August, all GOP hope appeared lost. In the past few weeks, however, polls — and the news cycle — have been trending the Republicans’ way. Seven Senate seats are in play according to the RealClearPolitics polling averages: Arizona, Georgia, New Hampshire, Nevada, North Carolina,
If Democrats take a drubbing in the off-year elections — and it seems increasingly likely, but not certain, that they will — it will be because they lost their moorings when the country seemed to go crazy with excessive COVID closedowns and irrational obsessions about systemic racism. Schools were closed down despite the minuscule risk
Candidate name: Blake Masters Political affiliation: Republican Position sought: U.S. Senate Age: 36 Career: Entrepreneur and investor Website: blakemasters.com Blake Masters has never held political office, which is exactly why he believes he’s most qualified to serve in the U.S. Senate. The Republican is running against Democratic incumbent Mark Kelly, a former astronaut who has served in the Senate since 2020.
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