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Jan 30 2022
'Everything's up for grabs': The 2022 midterms could see open warfare over election results in an increasingly polarized Congress
More than a year after January 6 insurrection at the Capitol, members of Congress from both parties are considering changes to the Electoral Count Act, which governs how Congress will count electoral votes in 2025, as the best chance for major election reform.
But Congress itself may first become a political tinderbox over the high-stakes 2022 midterms. In the following year, a CongressInsider
Aug 05 2022
On November 8, Floridians will take to the polls to vote in the state's gubernatorial election.
Incumbent and front-runner Ron DeSantis released his first tv spot of his re-election campaign on Thursday with a powerful ad highlighting the most memorable aspects of his governorship.
The governor's wife posted the ad to Twitter, noting that he "has received thousands of lettersThe Post Millennial
Apr 21 2022
The right predicts a Republican victory in the midterms, and urges the GOP to reach out to independents and anti-left Democrats.
The left urges Democrats to shift policy priorities and messaging to make up ground before the midterms.The Flip Side
Jul 31 2021
The White House is betting bipartisanship will help President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats hold on to power after next year's midterm elections and the coming 2024 cycle following their $1.2 trillion brick-and-mortar infrastructure deal with Senate Republicans.
But the problem for Democrats is while bipartisanship may boost candidates in general elections, it hamstrings them inWashington Examiner
Jun 03 2022
Florida is one of the five states expected to make up one-third of the country's total political spending.
A new projection report from AdImpact predicts Florida will have the most political ad spending at $593 million for the 2022 election cycle, barely edging out California’s projected $592 million spend.
The report projects total ad spending across the U.S. to near $9 billionFlorida Politics
Aug 07 2022
Politics doesn’t have a farm system in the way that professional baseball does. But it has a hierarchy of its own for cultivating political prospects. The path usually goes something like this: First, a candidate wins some relatively minor, local office like city council or state representative. Then, they either win a seat in the U.S. House or a statewide office like attorney general. OnlyFiveThirtyEight
Aug 08 2022
Florida governor Ron DeSantis is hitting the campaign trail and headlining rallies to promote a slate of “America First” GOP candidates competing in key elections this November.National Review
Aug 04 2022
In the summer of 2020, as crime skyrocketed during the Covid-19 pandemic and in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, Don Samuels worried about his North Minneapolis neighborhood.
For 25 years, Samuels and his wife, Sondra, have been leaders in the effort to stabilize the Jordan neighborhood, one of the most challenged in the city, and to fight for resources. Samuels was proud of what heNational Review
Jan 27 2022
In a growing number of 2022 Republican primaries, former President Donald Trump has stepped in to endorse a candidate other than the incumbent, putting him at odds with some in the party establishment. It’s one of several story lines creating a showdown that could help shape the the outcome of the midterms and the future direction of the party.
Trump has so far endorsed nine candidatesDeseret News
Aug 03 2022
Online misinformation about the 2020 election drove all sorts of real-world consequences, from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol to the then-president of the United States getting banned from Twitter.
Those false claims that the last election was stolen haven’t gone away. Instead, they’re driving new campaign messaging for the 2022 midterm races through ads, videos and misleadingPoynter Fact Check