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Tag: Midterm Elections (2022)
4 days ago
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How Kevin McCarthy Forged a Bond With Marjorie Taylor Greene

The close alliance that has developed between the speaker and the hard-right Georgia Republican explains his rise, ho...

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6 days ago
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Ron Klain Expected to Step Down as Biden’s White House Chief of Staff

Mr. Klain’s departure would mark a rare moment of high-level turnover in an administration that has been remarkably s...

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7 days ago
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Republicans Under Pressure as Anti-Abortion Activists Call for a National Ban

Activists are pushing for tougher abortion restrictions, while politicians fear turning off swing voters who don’t su...

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11 days ago
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Will It Be Morning in Joe Biden’s America?

The economic “misery index” has fallen off a cliff.

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28 days ago
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For Democrats, Spending Package Marked One Final Opportunity

For all their accomplishments in the past two years, Democrats face a far tougher environment to see most of their pr...

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about 1 month ago
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Jingle Bell Time Is a Swell Time to Decide About a 2024 Campaign

A host of Democrats and Republicans say they’ll discuss running for office with their families, weighing their politi...

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about 1 month ago
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Despite Modest G.O.P. Gains, Democrats Maintain Grasp on Suburbs

A New York Times analysis of suburbs surrounding 25 of the largest U.S. cities shows that in the midterms, Republican...

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about 2 months ago
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Two Groups Quietly Spent $32 Million Rallying Voters Behind Voting Rights

The money largely went to state and local organizations that often focused on turning out young voters and people of ...

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about 2 months ago
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The Election Is Over. Now Comes the Battle for Voting Rights in 2024

Voters rebuffed the most aggressive efforts to weaken democracy in the midterms. But battles over election districts ...

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about 2 months ago
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Analysis: A Very Bad 3 Weeks for Trump After Losses and Legal Setbacks

For the former president, who raced to announce his third run for the White House in hopes of clearing the Republican...

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about 2 months ago
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A Pastor and Politician Who Sees Voting as a Form of Prayer

Raphael Warnock, a son of Savannah public housing who rose to become Georgia’s first Black senator, secured a full si...

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about 2 months ago
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How Harlem Shaped Warnock’s Faith and Politics

Senator Raphael Warnock’s time in New York City as a seminary student and pastor helped set him on a path to politics...

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about 2 months ago
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Brian Kemp’s Interesting Strategy: Stand Up to Trump, Stump for Walker

Brian Kemp is having a moment.

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about 2 months ago
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Turnout Was Strong in Georgia, but Mail Voting Plummets After New Law

An analysis of November turnout data shows that voting by mail dropped as Georgians increasingly cast ballots in pers...

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about 2 months ago
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A Resonant Topic in Georgia’s Senate Runoff: Insulin Prices

The cost of insulin is nowhere near as contentious as just about everything else raised in the runoff, but in a state...

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2 months ago
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Meet the Voters Who Fueled New York’s Seismic Tilt Toward the G.O.P.

Republicans used doomsday-style ads to prey on suburban voters’ fear of crime in New York, helping to flip enough sea...

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2 months ago
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Lisa Murkowski Wins Re-election in Alaska, Beating a Trump-Backed Rival

Ms. Murkowski was the only Senate Republican up for re-election this year who voted to convict former President Donal...

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2 months ago
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Kevin Kiley, a Republican, Wins a Tight House Race in Eastern California

After two weeks of counting votes, Kevin Kiley, a Sacramento-area state legislator, prevailed in a close contest over...

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2 months ago
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How Democrats Can Fight a Crazy G.O.P.

They can forestall sabotage and make saboteurs pay a price.

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2 months ago
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A Crowd of Possible Trump Rivals Renews G.O.P. Fears of a Divided Field

Ron DeSantis, Ted Cruz, Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley and other Republicans with a potential eye on 2024 gathered in Las V...

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2 months ago
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Democratic Senate Loss in Ohio Raises Bar for Sherrod Brown in 2024

Tim Ryan’s loss to J. D. Vance is another reminder that Ohio is no longer a swing state. Can Mr. Brown, the Democrati...

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2 months ago
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Hakeem Jeffries, Pressing to Lead Democrats, Marks a Generational Shift

The congressman, who has served in the House for a decade, would be a far different leader from Speaker Nancy Pelosi,...

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2 months ago
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These Are the Democrats Who Could Replace Pelosi and Other House Leaders

Representatives Hakeem Jeffries of New York, Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Pete Aguilar of California were wid...

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2 months ago
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Nancy Pelosi, Badass

She elbowed her way to the top of the congressional boys’ club, then distinguished herself as the most effective Hous...

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2 months ago
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What the Unusual Midterm Elections Mean for Climate Action

A split Congress makes it unlikely that Republicans will undo Biden’s climate legislation, but they’re likely to try ...

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2 months ago
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Fact-Checking Trump’s 2024 Bid for Presidency Announcement

Donald Trump uttered the first inaccurate claim about two minutes in and a few minutes later, ticked off at least fou...

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2 months ago
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Karen Bass Becomes First Woman Elected as Los Angeles Mayor

Ms. Bass, a longtime congresswoman and state lawmaker, defeated Rick Caruso, a billionaire developer, to lead a city ...

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2 months ago
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Republicans Take the House, Ushering in a Divided Congress

After more than a week of counting, the Republican Party gained the 218 House seats needed to claim the majority, ush...

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2 months ago
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Amid Crises, Biden Offers the World a Choice: My Way, or Trump’s

The president put his coalition-building approach on display on a trip through Asia, where he sought to ease tensions...

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2 months ago
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In Arizona, Kari Lake’s Next Move Splits Factions of G.O.P.

The defeated candidate for governor is weighing whether to concede or mount a legal challenge. The choice is pitting ...

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2 months ago
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Top Republicans Face Dissent as McCarthy Wins GOP Nod for Speaker

Even as Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, survived his first test, he lacked the votes to cement th...

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2 months ago
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The White House requests nearly $48 billion from Congress for Ukraine and pandemic aid.

The request comes as lawmakers are beginning to work out the details of a sprawling spending package that must become...

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2 months ago
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Trump’s Precarious Moment

He’s expected to announce his third White House run at a time when he is politically vulnerable.

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2 months ago
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Republicans’ 2022 Lesson: Voters Who Trust Elections Are More Likely to Vote

Election deniers’ doubts about voting made for compelling conspiracy theories, but proved to be a bad get-out-the-vot...

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2 months ago
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Four Stark Lessons From a Democratic Upset

What we can learn from Marie Gluesenkamp Perez’s victory.

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2 months ago
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Some of the House Races That Remain Undecided and by How Much

The contests have little in common, other than the fact that they are either very close or in districts that have bee...

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2 months ago
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Trump Is Weak, but the G.O.P. Is Weaker

Republicans are paying the price for years of cowardice.

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2 months ago
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How Cortez Masto Beat the Odds and Sealed the Senate Majority

The most endangered Senate Democrat portrayed her Republican opponent as an election-denying extremist, defying natio...

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2 months ago
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Supreme Court Allows Subpoena for Arizona Republican’s Phone Records

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol sought the records of Kelli Ward, the chairwoman o...

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