Sinema, who once served in the Arizona Legislature, acknowledges her shift, casting it as part of a decadelong learning process. “What I learned early on, my very first term in the Statehouse is when I was willing to listen to other people, to their ideas and work together, you can get a lot of stuff done,” she told reporters at a food bank in Phoenix last week. … [Read more...] about Female legislators prepare for battle in Arizona Senate race
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PA-7: Talk about ideological diversity in the Democratic primary for the open competitive seat vacated by Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa. On the right of the Dem spectrum is Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli – the frontrunner due to his name ID – who has deleted past tweets praising Trump and criticizing progressives. In the middle is former Allentown city solicitor Susan Wild (who’s backed by EMILY’s List). And on the left is pastor Greg Edwards (who’s supported by Bernie Sanders). … [Read more...] about In Florida Senate race, Dems face down a daunting price tag
That alternative, to Slugocki, is any of the Republicans vying to succeed retiring, one-term Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, a persistent Trump critic. The GOP field includes former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a crusader against illegal immigration who was convicted for contempt of court related to racial profiling practices and later pardoned by Trump, and Kelli Ward, a state senator endorsed last year by former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. … [Read more...] about Ariz. Democrat Sinema takes a different path in Senate race
Asked last year during a CNN interview about how he hoped to be remembered, McCain said, “He served his country.” He added: “And not always right, made a lot of mistakes. Made a lot of errors. But served his country, and I hope you could add honorably.” … [Read more...] about John McCain, Senator And Former Republican Presidential Nominee, Dead At 81
Arizona: Sinema (D) 47 percent, McSally (R) 44 percent Indiana: Mike Braun (R) 45 percent, Joe Donnelly (D) 43 percent Missouri: Claire McCaskill (D) 44 percent, Josh Hawley (R) 41 percent North Dakota: Kevin Cramer (R) 48 percent, Heidi Heitkamp (D) 44 percent Tennessee: Marsha Blackburn (R) 47 percent, Phil Bredesen (D) 44 percent A reminder of the states that AREN’T Senate battlegrounds in 2018 Given those five polls above, here’s a story that hasn’t gotten enough attention — the states that AREN’T Senate battlegrounds this year. … [Read more...] about Republicans wave the flag in key Senate races. Is that their best message?