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Oct 27 2022
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Debates have begun in the 2022 midterm elections, and candidates in key races are taking the podium to exchange criticisms and policy views on the country's biggest issues. In Georgia's Senate race, abortion and recentAllSides Staff
Oct 31 2022
The issue of gun control and gun rights is a relentless point of controversy in the political space. While some advocate for increasing restrictions, others see these restrictions as imposing upon Second Amendment rights.
As the 2022 midterm elections approach, many candidates are sharing their stances on gun laws and their policy plans moving forward should they take office. AsRose Mercer
Apr 23 2019
House Democratic leaders are urging their colleagues to tone down the impeachment rhetoric as it relates to President Donald Trump.
During a Monday evening conference call, high-ranking party leaders tried to squash talk of pursuing impeachment at this time.
According to The Hill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others expressed their concern over jumping on the impeachmentNewsmax (News)
Jan 15 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday announced the seven lawmakers who will serve as the House managers to prosecute the case against President Trump in his Senate impeachment trial, which is expected to begin in earnest next week.
The House managers include House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who will be the lead manager and who led much of the impeachmentFox News (Online News)
Oct 03 2022
Immigration and border security are key issues in every election, and the upcoming 2022 midterm elections are no exception. With the elections approaching, this contentious political issue is once again brought to the forefront as a topic for every candidate to tackle.
Across the political spectrum, candidates see immigration and border security as an area in which reform is necessaryRose Mercer
Jun 25 2020
When Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) took herself out of contention to be Joe Biden's running mate last week, she made her reasoning perfectly clear. "I think this is a moment to put a woman of color on that ticket," she said."If you want to heal this nation right now — my party, yes, but our nation — this is sure a hell of a way to do it."
The context was obvious. America's cities haveThe Week - Opinion
Aug 12 2020
The biggest impact of Joe Biden's choice of California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate?
It's likely to be what it tells voters about Biden.
Vice presidential candidates almost never affect the outcome of a presidential campaign one way or another. No running mate since Lyndon Johnson in 1960 is credited with pushing the ticket over the top, and not even controversialUSA TODAY
Sep 21 2022
Following the recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that overturned historic Roe v. Wade, it is no surprise that abortion is a key issue in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections.
The decision sparked movements on both sides of the argument for expanding or restricting reproductive rights as these choices are now left to state governments. SomeRose Mercer
Sep 23 2021
Texas troopers create “steel wall” of patrol vehicles in Del Rio as feds continue to repatriate Haitians
DEL RIO — As immigration agents continue to fly more of the thousands of migrants camped in this border city to other processing centers or back to their home countries, state troopers have created a miles-long “steel wall” of patrol vehicles to discourage more people from crossing the Rio Grande into an encampment under the Del Rio international bridge.
As many as 15,000 migrants, manyThe Texas Tribune
Nov 07 2022
Major newspapers often offer endorsements when election season rolls around. AllSides is tracking notable 2022 midterm elections endorsements from some leading U.S. newspapers.New York Gubernatorial
In New York state’s gubernatorial race, the New York Post Editorial Board (Right) has endorsed Rep. Lee Zeldin (R) for governor, citing crime rates, corruption, taxes, school choice,Clare Ashcraft