Sprint to the midterms sets off on unsettled political terrain

Sprint to the midterms sets off on unsettled political terrain

This post was originally published on this siteThe two-month sprint to the midterm elections is set to take place on political terrain that is much less settled than Republicans had hoped it would be.

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Seven races that could determine control of the House

Seven races that could determine control of the House

This post was originally published on this siteDemocrats are riding high after a recent spate of special election wins and improving polling results, but the House majority remains firmly up for grabs in November. Republicans need to flip just five seats this year to recapture control of the lower chamber....

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Youngkin to travel to Maine to campaign for GOP gubernatorial candidate LePage

Youngkin to travel to Maine to campaign for GOP gubernatorial candidate LePage

This post was originally published on this siteRising GOP star Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) will travel to Maine this week to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul LePage, a controversial former governor seeking a third term. Youngkin, who has been rumored as a potential 2024 presidential candidate, is traveling to several...

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Report shows Arizona’s newly naturalized voters could play key role in midterms

Report shows Arizona’s newly naturalized voters could play key role in midterms

This post was originally published on this siteA new report released this week highlights the “outsized role” that newly naturalized voters could play in Arizona, a key swing state.

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Sarah Palin loses special election bid for US Congress seat

Sarah Palin loses special election bid for US Congress seat

This post was originally published on this site Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin on Wednesday lost her bid to fill the state’s vacant seat in the US House of Representatives. Palin had hoped to make her political comeback in the special election held to replace Republican congressman Don Young, who...

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GOP looks for Senate campaign reset heading toward November

GOP looks for Senate campaign reset heading toward November

This post was originally published on this siteRepublicans are looking to hit the reset button on their Senate midterm election playbook after weeks of poor polls and stories about Democratic momentum. Senate GOP candidates emerged from primaries battered, bruised and struggling to gain traction in their general election matchups. Even...

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Crist resigns from House ahead of gubernatorial election

Crist resigns from House ahead of gubernatorial election

This post was originally published on this siteRep. Charlie Crist (D-Fla.), the Democratic nominee for governor of Florida, is resigning from the House and leaving his term early as the heads into the height of campaign season. Crist’s resignation will be effective at the end of the day on Wednesday, according to...

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Alaska to tabulate ranked-choice ballots as Palin attempts political comeback

Alaska to tabulate ranked-choice ballots as Palin attempts political comeback

This post was originally published on this siteAlaska elections officials will tabulate the state’s ranked-choice ballots for the first time on Wednesday, determining whether former Gov. Sarah Palin will make a political comeback by winning a special election for the state’s lone House seat.

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Pompeo to visit New Hampshire amid 2024 speculation

Pompeo to visit New Hampshire amid 2024 speculation

This post was originally published on this siteFormer Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit New Hampshire next month amid speculation over a potential 2024 presidential bid. Pompeo on Sept. 20 will appear at the “Politics & Eggs” speaking series, a mainstay of the campaign trail for presidential hopefuls looking...

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Talk of street violence and ‘semi-fascism’ turns up midterm election heat

Talk of street violence and ‘semi-fascism’ turns up midterm election heat

This post was originally published on this siteAmerica’s political climate is hitting a late summer boiling point, as a leading GOP senator warns of street violence if Donald Trump is indicted and President Joe Biden charges that his predecessor’s party is consumed by “semi-fascism.”

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