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Sep 15 2023
Wisconsin Senate Republicans voted to remove a top election official in the state on Thursday, leaving the question of who is overseeing elections in the battleground up in the air ahead of the 2024 presidential race.
Days after a Republican-led committee recommended Meagan Wolfe's removal, the full Senate voted by a party-line vote of 22 to 11 to fire her, and her replacement asWashington Examiner
Sep 19 2023
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman said during a radio interview as a candidate last year he would adhere to whatever dress code was in place if he was elected to the Senate. "Will you wear your hoodie on the Senate floor," Fetterman was asked during an interview with the Big K Morning Show in early October 2022 on the campaign trail. "I'm going to only wear what you're supposed to wear andFox News (Online News)
Aug 09 2023
Throughout the summer, opponents of Issue 1 insisted that Ohioans of all stripes wouldn't buy what supporters were selling. It turns out they were right. While Democrats largely drove Issue 1's defeat on Tuesday, Republican strongholds across the state failed to garner enough enthusiasm for the "yes" side. A USA TODAY Network Ohio analysis of unofficial results found support for Issue 1 in allThe Columbus Dispatch
Sep 28 2023
PHOENIX — Republican Kari Lake, a Donald Trump ally who has refused to acknowledge her loss in last year’s race for Arizona governor, will soon launch her campaign for the U.S. Senate seat held by independent Kyrsten Sinema, a senior adviser said Thursday. Lake’s entrance in one of next year’s top Senate contests likely complicates Republican efforts to nominate candidates with a broaderAnchorage Daily News
Nov 04 2022
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Pennsylvania. Georgia. Wisconsin. Several key states are expected to determine which political party will own control of Congress this year.
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Sep 19 2023
Sen. John Fetterman, the Democrat lawmaker from Pennsylvania famously known for wearing gym shorts and a hoodie around the Halls of Congress, said he would follow the Senate dress code if elected to office during a radio interview last year resurfaced by Fox News. Before Fetterman became another Washington, D.C., politician, he reportedly told the Big K Morning Show in early October 2022 whileThe Daily Wire
Sep 14 2023
MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Senate voted to fire the state's top election official Thursday, a step that is expected to trigger a legal battle as liberals have vowed to fight the move. It comes days after a GOP-led committee recommended removing Meagan Wolfe as administration of the Wisconsin Elections Commission. Despite the vote, Wolfe is likely to stay in her role as Republicans andCBS 58
Sep 13 2023
Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said Wednesday he won’t run for re-election next year. “I have spent my last 25 years in public service of one kind or another,” he said in a video message to Utah residents. “Frankly, it’s time for a new generation of leaders.” Romney was the GOP presidential nominee in 2012 and voted twice to convict former President Donald Trump in impeachment trials.MarketWatch
Sep 17 2023
Wisconsin Senate Republicans Unanimously Vote to Finally End the Nightmare of How Elections Are Administered by Removing Administrator of Elections Meagan Wolfe
This article originally appeared at JoeHoft.com and is being published with permission. Madison – As promised, the Republican Senate Leadership Team and all 22 Senators voted unanimously on September 14th to end the nightmare that has been haunting Wisconsin voters for many years by accepting the September 11th recommendation of the Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and ConsumerThe Gateway Pundit
Sep 27 2023
PIERRE, S.D. (KCAU) — A Yankton man has been sentenced to 85 years in prison for the 2022 shooting death of his former girlfriend. In November 2022, Trevor Harrison of Yankton pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree manslaughter, one count of abuse or cruelty to a minor, one count of committing a felony while armed with a firearm, and one count of possession of a firearm with a priorSiouxland Proud