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Party plans to "release digital ads, publish op-eds, conduct email campaigns, and maintain pressure on every red state Democrat ahead of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote."
"He never got more than 1 percent and President Obama took him out of the garbage heap, and everybody was shocked that he did."
Republicans need to counter that big government creates corruption by its very nature.
The Gray Lady wears her bias on her sleeve when it comes to election coverage.
Steve Fitzgerald, a state Republican senator, compared Planned Parenthood to the Nazi concentration camp Dachau.
"These are popular ideas in Vermont, in the Bronx, in Kansas and in every state in the country," Bernie says of more progressive platform.
73 percent want "a fresh face."
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo faces a tight race in November against GOP challenger Allan Fung, but first faces a party insurgency.
State party rules resulted in initial automatic endorsement for John Fitzgerald after he qualified for general election; chairman calls on voters to "reject anti-Semitism" and reject the GOP nominee.
"The economy was strengthening before Trump got there and it remains to be seen whether Trump’s policies themselves will actually help it," he says of campaign issue.
"NRCC withdraws our support of Seth Grossman and calls on him to reconsider his candidacy" for history of racist content.
Cori Bush argues that voters who say they're loyal to longtime incumbent Lacy Clay's father should vote for someone like her instead.