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Nov 29 2023
Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy’s national political director, Brian Swenson, is departing the campaign to work on former President Trump’s team, Ramaswamy senior advisor Tricia McLaughlin confirmed to The Hill.
“He was primarily based in New Hampshire, and about a month and a half ago Mike Biundo came on as a national senior adviser and has largely been absorbingThe Hill
Nov 22 2023
CHARLESTON – More than seven months after throwing his hat in the ring, state Senate Majority Whip Ryan Weld is suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination for West Virginia’s next attorney general. Instead, Weld will seek re-election for a third four-year term to the West Virginia Senate for the 1st District, which includes Hancock, Brooke and Ohio counties and part of MarshallThe Parkersburg News and Sentinal
Nov 27 2023
Very few events bring aides on President Biden’s re-election campaign more joy than when former President Donald J. Trump threatens to repeal popular Democratic policies.
So when Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, wrote on social media over the holiday weekend that he was “seriously looking at alternatives” to the 13-year-old Affordable Care Act, and that his fellowNew York Times (News)
Nov 24 2023
Thousands of Amazon workers and supporters worldwide staged protests Friday and planned more for Cyber Monday to demand the world’s largest retailer improve worker conditions, lessen its carbon footprint and pay more in taxes.
The Make Amazon Pay campaign isn’t anticipated to get in the way of Black Friday shopping, but seeks to send a message to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and companyThe Hill
Nov 28 2023
Haley, bolstered by the backing of a major conservative group, is having a moment on the campaign trail
In front of a standing room only crowd on a chilly late autumn evening in the state that holds the first primary in the Republican presidential nominating calendar, Nikki Haley was making her case. The former South Carolina governor who later served as ambassador to the United Nations in former President Donald Trump's administration was arguing that she's more electable than her former bossFox News (Online News)
Nov 30 2023
EXCLUSIVE — President Joe Biden's reelection campaign is releasing a new video Thursday featuring several years' worth of promises by former President Donald Trump to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with his own alternative healthcare plan. In a video the president's 2024 campaign will be sharing to its Biden-Harris headquarters X page, the platform formerly known as Twitter, aWashington Examiner
Nov 20 2023
Snoop Dogg isn't giving up the kind of "smoke" he's been associated with for much of his career. The rapper and entrepreneur's statement shocked fans Thursday after he posted a black-and-white social media post, announcing: "After much consideration & conversation with my family, I've decided to give up smoke. Please respect my privacy at this time." "I'm giving up smoke," he added in theDaily Kos
Nov 20 2023
INDIANAPOLIS — A Democratic candidate who previously ran for the Indiana Secretary of State position in 2022 is now running for the state’s attorney general position. Destiny Wells, an attorney and combat veteran, announced her candidacy for Indiana Attorney General on Monday. According to her website, Wells is a U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel. “I’m running for Indiana Attorney GeneralMy Wabash Valley
Nov 20 2023
INDIANAPOLIS — A Democratic candidate who previously ran for the Indiana Secretary of State position in 2022 is now running for the state’s attorney general position. Destiny Wells, an attorney and combat veteran, announced her candidacy for Indiana Attorney General on Monday. According to her website, Wells is a U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel. “I’m running for Indiana Attorney GeneralFox 59
Nov 12 2023
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) officially ended his Republican presidential campaign on Sunday night after failing to gain traction with GOP primary voters.
Scott made the announcement during an interview with former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) on Fox News.
He said that he has no plans to endorse any of the other Republican candidates.
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