Republicans

Analysis: Republicans on the verge of success in 2022 midterm election

By BETHANY BLANKLEY THE PLACE DU CENTER CONTRIBUTOR (The Center Square) – With less than a year to go until the November 2022 midterm election, Republicans are in a position to win more seats than expected after the constituency redistribution is finalized in the states and 44 members of Congress, …

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I’m going from Republican to Independent in the US House race in Alaska. Here’s why.

In this October 6, 2021 photo, the light in the dome of the Capitol Dome is on, indicating that construction is continuing at Congress in Washington, DC (AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite) I announced my campaign for Alaska’s sole seat in the United States House of Representatives on Independence …

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2 Republicans in AP: Wisconsin Sen. Johnson running for a 3rd term

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, one of former President Donald Trump’s most vocal supporters, has decided to run for a third term, two Republicans told The Associated Press on Friday knowing the plan. . Johnson has been coy about his intentions for months, but …

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Why Trump’s grip on the GOP is unmatched after the Capitol riot

After effectively ending his campaign fundraising in the wake of the Capitol Riot, Mr. Trump relaunched it on the day of his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. He raised nearly $ 3.5 million online that day, according to federal records – a one-day harvest that was not approached …

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Republicans are in great shape to win a majority in the House

With the redistribution – the ten-year redistribution of congressional seats – more than halfway over (31 states have finalized their lines for the next decade), the Cook Report released its first assessments of districts in states that have finished with the redistribution. The rankings suggest a clear Republican tendency at …

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Behavioral economics explains why people vote against their own interests.

Behavioral economics explains why people vote against their own interests. (Dennis Cook | AP photo) This Jan. 28, 1986 photo shows President Ronald Reagan in the Oval Office of the White House after a televised address to the nation about the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion. | Dec 31 2021, 3:00 …

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Republican leaders slam Communist China for arrests of journalists: “Shows how scared they really are”

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Several Republican political leaders have spoken out against the Hong Kong police for arresting seven current and former employees of one of the city’s last pro-democracy newspapers and raiding their headquarters. Prominent Republican leaders torched the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over the …

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With Republican gains, influence of West Virginia lawmakers on the rise

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – As Republicans prepare to take control of the Virginia House of Delegates, the influence of West Virginia lawmakers is on the rise. Republican success in the Nov. 2 election will bring new leaders to the House, and West Virginia lawmakers will lead the charge. “Over the …

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Summit County Republicans, Representative Democracy, COVID Vaccine

Party chairman creates confusion The endorsement of Kim Hoover in the May primary by the Chairman of the Summit County Republican Party was most regrettable. Numerous flyers and documents suggested the Republican Party was supporting someone against outgoing Republican incumbent Lisa Coates. Stow Coates Municipal Judge has been a loyal …

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Again, Democrats are trying to legislate and Republicans are obstructing

For the publisher: Well, Jonah Goldberg’s column urging Democrats to calm down after the “Build Back Better” defeat was very smart. He even allowed God a little apparition. I would just like to highlight a few small points. Goldberg says not only were one or two senators against President Biden’s …

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