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John Stossel

Opinion: Election Good, Bad and Ugly – John Stossel

The Good: We have divided government. Since Democrats no longer control Congress, they can’t bankrupt America quite so fast! The Bad: Prediction markets, which I touted as the best guide to elections, didn’t do so well. Yes, they correctly said Republicans would take the House, but they’d also predicted Republicans would take the Senate. Polls

Results

Senate control may come down to Nevada as count nears end – Associated Press

Photo: An election worker inspects a mail-in ballot in the count room at the Clark County Election Department in North Las Vegas, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022 Control of the U.S. Senate may come down to Nevada, where a slow ballot count entered its final act Saturday in the nail-biter contest between Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez

Politics

Trump super PAC reserves millions in airtime in key states – Associated Press

Former President Donald Trump is finally opening his checkbook, reserving millions of dollars in airtime for ads to bolster his endorsed candidates in key midterm races just one month before Election Day. Trump’s newly-formed MAGA Inc. super PAC will begin airing ads Saturday in Nevada, Georgia and Arizona, according to Medium Buying, an ad tracking

Elections

GOP hopefuls for election posts see enemies within own party – Associated Press

Photo: From left, Kristina Karamo, candidate for Michigan Secretary of State, Mark Finchem, candidate for Arizona Secretary of State and Jim Marchant, candidate for Nevada Secretary of State Four Republicans who have promoted false claims about the 2020 presidential election and are running for top state election offices said Saturday they were fighting against a

Education

Nevada schools reckon with race, triggering polarization

Nevada has become the latest flashpoint in a national debate over how to teach students about racism and its role in U.S. history, with parents clashing over curriculum proposals. People wore MAGA hats and waved signs outside a packed school board meeting this week in Reno, while trustees considered expanding K-5 curriculum to include more

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