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Vigliotti: Latest primaries improve Republican prospects - Carroll County Times

Thu, 06/07/2018 - 14:56

Carroll County Times

Vigliotti: Latest primaries improve Republican prospects
Carroll County Times
The most recent primaries continue to uphold the trend that the Republicans, unlike previously predicted by Democrats, have far better chances in November of holding the U.S. House of Representatives, and other offices nationwide. California holds ...
Taking It to The StatesCommon Dreams
Absentee stats show GOP energized ahead of primariesE&E News
Four reasons Democrats could lose Congressional midtermsTidewater News
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California Democrats Favor Mainstream House Candidates, Despite Liberal Energy - New York Times

Thu, 06/07/2018 - 07:00

New York Times

California Democrats Favor Mainstream House Candidates, Despite Liberal Energy
New York Times
Republicans picked Diane Harkey, a conservative state official who has endorsed a border wall, while on the Democratic side, Mike Levin, a environmental lawyer, is poised to advance to the general election. This upscale, San Diego-area district has ...
These 9 California House races could make or break the Democratic waveVox
Will more blacks vote Republican?OneNewsNow
Column: Will more blacks vote Republican?Aiken Standard

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The Real War: Thought Police Versus Thinkers - Independent Women's Forum (blog)

Thu, 06/07/2018 - 06:36

The Real War: Thought Police Versus Thinkers
Independent Women's Forum (blog)
Calling someone “progressive,” “right wing,” “leftist,” “conservative,” “liberal,” “Republican,” “Democrat,” “wingnut,” or “alt-right” only hinders thoughtfulness and conversation. Those terms are little more than pools of quicksand in the swamp of ...

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Taking It to The States - Common Dreams

Thu, 06/07/2018 - 02:11

E&E News

Taking It to The States
Common Dreams
Also, because so many Democratic seats are up for grabs in 2018, the Senate could remain in Republican hands or be so narrowly split that conservative Democrats and Republicans could thwart progressive advances, just as they did during so much of ...
Absentee stats show GOP energized ahead of primariesE&E News
Four reasons Democrats could lose Congressional midtermsTidewater News
OUR VIEW: An uncivil warMilford Daily News

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Progressives, Aren't - American Spectator

Thu, 06/07/2018 - 00:10

American Spectator

Progressives, Aren't
American Spectator
As the left rises, so does its relabeling as “progressive.” Beneath relabeling lies an acute ... A focal point when happening to Republicans — Roy Moore in Alabama last year and Don Blankenship's threat in West Virginia this year — the Democrats ...

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June 5 Election Round-up: Republicans and Democrats cross fingers for huge November turnout - The Desert Sun

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 20:47

The Desert Sun

June 5 Election Round-up: Republicans and Democrats cross fingers for huge November turnout
The Desert Sun
The Riverside County electorate favored Republicans in statewide races, while continuing to keep conservatives in power on the County Board of Supervisors. (Supervisor ... In several districts, California Democrats hope to flip, crowded fields that ...

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Texas Democrat Bucked By National Party To Join Progressive Publishing House - HuffPost

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 16:23

HuffPost

Texas Democrat Bucked By National Party To Join Progressive Publishing House
HuffPost
Laura Moser, a progressive Democratic candidate for a House seat in Texas whose run-in with the party's officialdom made national waves, is joining the left-leaning publishing house Strong Arm Press as an editor. Moser lost her bid for ... Moser is ...

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As Abrams focuses on Georgia economy, her allies level attacks at GOP - MyAJC

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 14:36

MyAJC

As Abrams focuses on Georgia economy, her allies level attacks at GOP
MyAJC
Both Republican candidates have called for deeper tax cuts and tighter spending, and both have tried to cast Abrams as a far-left liberal with financial baggage. But they've ... an opening. She trained her message during the primary campaign on being ...

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Democrats Must Reject Howard Schultz and His Radical Centrist Ideology - New York Magazine

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 08:41

New York Magazine

Democrats Must Reject Howard Schultz and His Radical Centrist Ideology
New York Magazine
In an interview with Time magazine earlier this year, Schultz argued that any fair-minded Democrat — or Republican — would reach this same conclusion, if they only left “their ideology outside the room and recognized that we're here to walk in the ...
Howard Schultz's Third WayNew Republic

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Will More Blacks Vote Republican? - Patriot Post

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 07:23

Patriot Post

Will More Blacks Vote Republican?
Patriot Post
As we churn through primary season, laying the framework for November's elections, we're seeing the emergence of a new face of the Democratic Party — more progressive, more left wing. The Democratic Party is delivering more candidates around the ...

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In South Jersey's 2nd District, Van Drew tops Democrats while Grossman gets GOP nod - WHYY

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 06:14

WHYY

In South Jersey's 2nd District, Van Drew tops Democrats while Grossman gets GOP nod
WHYY
The open seat is seen as a huge opportunity for Democrats to flip a seat long-held by the GOP, but the primary battle exposed a rift between party loyals bent on turning the seat blue and progressive voters yearning for more liberal candidates. From ...

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Why some employers are turning to progressive health benefits - Axios

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 04:34

Axios

Why some employers are turning to progressive health benefits
Axios
Notes: The Cook Partisan Voter Index is a measure of how liberal or conservative a district leans based on the two most recent elections. Pennsylvania PVI and vote margins reflect the 2016 district map prior to being redrawn. Data: Census Bureau 2012 ...

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Will More Blacks Vote Republican? - Townhall

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 00:01

Townhall

Will More Blacks Vote Republican?
Townhall
As we churn through primary season, laying the framework for November's elections, we're seeing the emergence of a new face of the Democratic Party -- more progressive, more left wing. The Democratic Party is delivering more candidates around the ...

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Will More Blacks Vote Republican? - Creators Syndicate

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 17:14

Creators Syndicate

Will More Blacks Vote Republican?
Creators Syndicate
As we churn through primary season, laying the framework for November's elections, we're seeing the emergence of a new face of the Democratic Party — more progressive, more left wing. The Democratic Party is delivering more candidates around the ...

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California primary to decide which two candidates for governor will make November ballot - Los Angeles Times

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 16:46

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California primary to decide which two candidates for governor will make November ballot
Los Angeles Times
The tactic was seen as a transparent attempt to elevate Cox among California conservatives so he would have enough Republican support to finish in the top two, squeezing out a more formidable Democrat. In left-leaning California, .... focused on ...
What To Watch For In The California Governor's RaceCapital Public Radio News
Trump-backed California gubernatorial candidate Cox could finish second Tuesday to secure November run-off spotCNBC
Primary battle: Crowded field of candidates for California governorDaily Democrat
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Councilman Jim Shulman enters race for Nashville vice mayor - The Tennessean

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 16:02

Councilman Jim Shulman enters race for Nashville vice mayor
The Tennessean
Shulman's background in Democratic politics could give him an advantage among progressive and Democratic voters against Weiner, who says she's fiscally conservative but socially liberal. Weiner considered a Republican run for Tennessee House in 2016.

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Princeton revisited: town Republicans persist despite strident opposition - The Daily Princetonian

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 15:21

The Daily Princetonian

Princeton revisited: town Republicans persist despite strident opposition
The Daily Princetonian
Sipprelle explained that the district had been gerrymandered in a 2011 Democratic redistricting effort which saw liberal towns like Princeton and South Brunswick moved into the district and conservative towns moved out. According to Sipprelle, shifting ...

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June 5 primary: live results for key races in California, New Jersey, South Dakota, New Mexico, Iowa, and Montana - Vox

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 11:45

Vox

June 5 primary: live results for key races in California, New Jersey, South Dakota, New Mexico, Iowa, and Montana
Vox
Tom McClintock, the incumbent Republican and the most conservative Congress member in California, is almost guaranteed the top spot in the “top two” primary system. But there's a heated ... Jessica Morse, 35, a national security strategist whose résumé ...

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5 Big Things to Know About the Critical California Primary - RollingStone.com

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 11:29

RollingStone.com

5 Big Things to Know About the Critical California Primary
RollingStone.com
If there are more Democratic candidates to split the liberal vote than there are Republican candidates to split the conservative vote, a scenario could arise in which no single Democratic candidate receives enough votes to finish in the top two, even ...

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Primary Day 2018 in Greater Morristown: Fights for Congress, freeholders, Morris Township committee - Morristown Green

Tue, 06/05/2018 - 10:08

Primary Day 2018 in Greater Morristown: Fights for Congress, freeholders, Morris Township committee
Morristown Green
The Democratic base is fired up, the Republican base is trying to hang on to its stronghold in the county, and each side is voting to elect the candidate most likely to win on Nov. 6, 2018, when the House of Representatives is up for grabs. In the end ...

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