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Trump Blasts ‘Liberal Wall Street Republican’ David McCormick Who ‘All Of A Sudden’ Asked...

Former President Donald Trump questioned the conservative views of Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick at a Friday rally for his preferred candidate, heart surgeon and former television host Dr. Mehmet Oz.Trump hosted a rally in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, roughly 30 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, to support Oz. Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance and West Virginia Rep.…

Calling All Patriots: Which Issue Is Most Important To You Going Into The Midterms?

Calling all Patriots!We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover.

Florida Legislature Passes New Congressional Map DeSantis Pushed Special Session For

Republicans in the Florida House of Representatives passed a new congressional map Thursday that could net the GOP as many as four seats.The new map would create 18 safe districts for Republicans, eight safe districts for Democrats, and two competitive districts, according to FiveThirtyEight. Florida’s U.S. House of Representatives delegation currently consists of 16 Republicans and…

Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe To Announce Retirement In Coming Days: REPORT

February 24, 2022 5:48 PM ET Republican Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe will reportedly announce his retirement from the Senate before March, which could cause a special election for someone to take the seat in November.Reports say Inhofe, 87, will be retiring in the coming days, according to Politico. His retirement would likely cause a competitive…

Hillary Clinton Returns To Politics With $2,900 Minimum Donation Fundraiser For Dem Senate Candidate

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will headline a big dollar fundraiser Monday night for Ohio Senate candidate Rep. Tim Ryan, in what will be her first fundraising event since the 2020 election cycle.The fundraising event, which will be held on Zoom, was first announced by the Ryan campaign Jan. 18. The minimum donation for…

Maryland Democrats To Be Sued For Gerrymandering Amid Party’s Big ‘Voting Rights’ Push

Democrats in Maryland will be sued for approving gerrymandered legislative maps as the national party pushes for major electoral reform in the name of strengthening democracy.Maryland legislators voted Thursday to approve new district maps for the state Senate and the House of Delegates which would strongly favor Democrats for the next decade. The House voted…

Republicans Notch Big Win As Court Upholds North Carolina’s New Congressional Map

January 11, 2022 5:25 PM ET A North Carolina court Tuesday upheld the state’s new congressional and state legislative lines, rejecting claims from Democratic groups that it was an unfair gerrymander giving Republicans in the state a big win.While the case may be appealed, the decision as it stands now could impact the 2022 midterm…

Ron Johnson Running For Third Term In Wisconsin

Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson announced Sunday that he would run for a third term in 2022, setting up a race that could potentially determine control of the chamber.Though Johnson said during his 2016 campaign that his next term would be his last, he remained noncommittal throughout 2021 as other Republicans, including former President Donald…

Following Retirement Rumors, Republican Whip John Thune Announces Re-Election Bid

Republican Whip John Thune of South Dakota announced Saturday that he would seek a fourth term in the Senate, following widespread rumors that he would retire from the upper chamber.Thune is seen as a potential heir to Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and his retirement would have set off a power struggle at the top of…

Oregon Rules Nick Kristof Ineligible For Gubernatorial Run

January 06, 2022 5:38 PM ET Former New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is not eligible to run for governor of Oregon, the state announced Thursday.Kristof, who wrote for the Times from 1984 until 2021, announced in October that he would run as a Democrat in the state’s gubernatorial primary. Although he grew up in…
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