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May 25 2022
“Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams will face each other once again in a rematch of the 2018 race that is likely to be one of the nation’s most expensive and closely watched. Kemp easily turned back a GOP primary challenge Tuesday from former U.S. Sen. David Perdue, who was backed by former President Donald Trump.” (AP News)
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Jan 18 2023
Transportation Security Administration officers confiscated more than 6,542 firearms from airport passengers in 2022 — the highest number recorded since the agency's inception. Of those guns taken at airport security checkpoints, 88% were loaded, the agency announced Tuesday.
The confiscations by TSA mark a nearly 10% increase over the 5,972 firearms seized in 2021, which was also aCBS News (Online)
Nov 08 2022
It is Election Day. The 2022 cycle will conclude after ballots are counted tonight, but not after a long whining session from Democrats and their liberal media allies that could last for days. Democrats have multiple albatrosses hanging around their necks: inflation, crime, an economic recession, Joe Biden’s abysmal approval ratings, and serial incompetence on behalf of the White House.Townhall
Jun 22 2022
Voters hit the polls for 2022 primary and runoff elections in Washington D.C., Alabama, Virginia and Georgia on Tuesday.
In D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser won her primary race and will likely win a third term in November. She would be the first D.C. mayor to win a third term since Marion Barry in 1986. In Alabama, Trump-backed Katie Britt defeated Rep. Mo Brooks, and she is expected toFox News (Online News) FiveThirtyEight CNN (Online News)
Nov 09 2022
In Wisconsin's Senate race between Republican Sen. Ron Johnson and Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, CBS News is projecting Johnson the winner.
Johnson got a boost from voters' concerns about crime and economic issues, while Barnes had strong support from voters who saw abortion as one of the top issues.CBS News (Online)
Jan 03 2023
Mayor Tim Keller’s (D) Albuquerque witnessed 120 homicides in 2022, setting a calamitous new annual record for the city. On December 4, 2022, the Associated Press noted Albuquerque had reached 115 homicides for the year. However, after year’s end, KOAT reported Albuquerque finished up 2022 with 120 homicides. The AP observed 117 homicides were reported in 2021, but three of those wereBreitbart News
Jan 17 2023
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden welcomed the Golden State Warriors and their families to the White House Tuesday afternoon to honor them for their 2022 NBA title. As has come tradition with past visits — but had notably stopped under the previous president Donald Trump — Biden, the nation’s 46th president, received a No. 46 Warriors jersey with his name emblazoned on the back in a ceremony inSan Jose Mercury News
Oct 30 2022
This year’s midterms have already proven to be among the most unpredictable in recent history — and there could be more surprises in store for the country when results start coming in Nov. 8.
From a Republican governor looking to avoid an upset in a ruby-red state, to the chair of the House Democrats’ campaign arm fighting for his political life in a relatively friendly district,The Hill
Dec 20 2022
A judge on Monday dismissed part of a lawsuit filed by Kari Lake, the defeated Republican candidate for Arizona governor, but will allow her to call witnesses in an attempt to prove that she lost because of misconduct by election officials.
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson dismissed eight of the 10 claims Lake raised in her lawsuit, which asks the judge to eitherAssociated Press