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In battleground districts across the nation, a "life is good" ethos may make swing voters harder to persuade than some Democrats anticipate. [Read More]
"Abolish ICE" is a campaign slogan some Democrats embraced to criticize the Trump administration, while Republicans have wielded it as a weapon. [Read More]
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"Abolish ICE" is a campaign slogan some Democrats embraced to criticize the Trump administration, while Republicans have wielded it as a weapon. [Read More]
Actions by some Democrats in the U.S. Senate has resembled nothing as much as a temper tantrum during recent weeks. One might have thought that after the vote to confirm... [Read More]
The Latest on the Alaska governor's race (all times local): 9:40 a.m. Alaska Gov. Bill Walker dropped his re-election bid in hopes of boosting Democratic rival Mark Begich's chances of beating Republican Mike Dunleavy. Walker, an independent, said Friday he could not win a three-way race and that Alaskans deserve a choice other than Dunleavy. Whether Begich can overtake the presumed front-runner remains to be seen with just two-and-a-half weeks before the election. Begich thinks he can win. Some Democrats and independents had worried that Walker and Begich would... [Read More]
Democratic candidate Phil Bredesen said he would have supported Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, alienating some Democrats. [Read More]
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As Bernie Sanders prepares to return to South Carolina to feel out a potential 2020 presidential bid, some Democrats in this early primary, heavily Republican state say the visit isn't wanted or helpful to their candidates in advance …... [Read More]
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Harsanyi writes: "Partisan incivility isn't really a mainstream problem. But some Democrats seem to want to change this." [Read More]
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There is talk from some Democrats that they would move to impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if their party regains control of the U.S. House in the Nov. 6... [Read More]
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Seema Verma, who heads the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, tells private insurance officials that a push by some Democrats to expand Medicare would only increase troubles the program... [Read More]
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By Clarence Page Tribune Content Agency Maybe Donald Trump really believes his hype about the "lying media." That might explain why his effort to produce a commentary longer than a tweet contains enough falsehoods to have fact checkers working overtime. His op-ed published last week by USA Today mostly recycles old conservative attacks against government-run health care, spiced with a few new insults to slam proposals by some Democrats to expand Medicare to cover all Americans, not just seniors. Trump and his fellow Republican leaders have tried to do the opposite. [Read More]
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's release of DNA records that she says proves her Native American ancestry -  and her demand that President Trump pony up $1 million for charity as he promised - served as the unofficial launch of the Bay State lawmaker's 2020 presidential bid.  But it also left some Democrats grumbling about the timing, just three weeks before what they call "must-win" midterm elections as some polls show the once potentially powerful blue wave losing strength. ... [Read More]
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Are the Democrats too smug about the midterms, relying too much on favorable polls?  Some Democrats are acting like they already won control of the House.  Personally, I don't trust polls so much these days since the 2016 presidential election where... [Read More]
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Less than a month away from the midterms, some Democrats are concerned their party may be more confident than they should be, amid a tightening electoral map. [Read More]
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Beto O'Rourke's response to a question during a Houston town hall meeting this past summer lasted only four minutes. But for some Democrats it said everything. It was authentic. In an exchange that quickly went viral, the Democrat congressman and Senate hopeful was asked whether he found NFL players who knelt during the national anthem to be disrespectful. A passionate O'Rourke told the room of Texans, not necessarily a sympathetic crowd, that he could "think of nothing more American than to peacefully stand up, or take a knee, for your rights." [Read More]
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West Virginia voters head to the polls next month to decide whether to allow Gov. Jim Justice's two picks for the state Supreme Court to continue serving. Justice appointed U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins and former GOP House Speaker Tim Armstead to the high court to serve out the terms of Justices Robin Davis and Menis Ketchum. They resigned earlier this year amid an impeachment scandal. Although the races are officially nonpartisan, the Nov. 6 contests will give the state's voters their first chance to weigh in on the Supreme Court spending scandal that some Democrats say was really a... [Read More]
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Some Democrats are calling for aggressive protests against Republicans, and that could well be responsible for the vandalism of multiple GOP offices across the country, according to published reports.The Metropolitan Republican Club in New York City was the latest to get hit. On Friday, vandals broke windows, spray-painted an anarchy symbol across door and left a threatening note, The Daily Caller reported.https://twitter.com/RedNationRising/status/1050801207088951296Photos of the damage circulated on social media and the Met Club started a GoFundMe page to raise money to help pay for the repairs.What did the note say?A threatening message note left behind at the scene warned that... [Read More]
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'When they go low, we kick them,' Eric Holder said this week, articulating a strategy against Republicans that some Democrats find appealing. [Read More]
Mr. Cruz, the Texas Republican senator, held an eight-point lead over Mr. O'Rourke, his Democratic challenger, in one of the most closely watched Senate races this year. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump blasted a plan some Democrats have to make everyone eligible for Medicare, never mentioning that he'd have to sign changes. [Read More]
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