Americans appear to favor Republicans over Democrats for Congress ahead of the upcoming midterm elections. That’s according to a new poll released Sunday that surveyed over 1,000 registered voters. According to the data, 44 percent would vote for a generic GOP candidate compared to 41 percent who would back a Democrat.
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By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) – The death of Shinzo Abe, namesake of Japan’s “Abenomics” policy, makes any immediate challenge to his legacy highly unlikely…
Former President Trump announced his intent to attend the funeral of his close friend and former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe after he was assassinated during a campaign speech.
The White House appears to be dodging questions about a leaked voicemail from Hunter Biden’s laptop. During a press briefing on Tuesday, Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to answer a reporter’s question about the audio, while simply claiming it has yet to be verified.
Former President Donald Trump pushed his preferred candidates in the “Land of Lincoln.” Trump brought down the house, stumping for Rep. Mary Miller (R) in Illinois. At Saturday’s rally in Western Illinois, he came right out the gate to declare that the people of the state would help fire Nancy Pelosi.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) is running for re-election to continue fighting for Colorado’s Third District in Congress. Since being sworn into office in January of 2021, Boebert has been both a champion for the “Save America Movement” and a staunch opponent of the progressive policies of the Biden administration.
Six major US cities are set to surpass the record violent crime rates they set in 2021. According to crime data, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta and New York City are all on pace to supersede their levels of violent crime last year.
Rep. Nancy Mace (R) bests former President Donald Trump endorsed Katie Arrington (R), for South Carolina’s first congressional district by six percent.
South Carolina congressional candidate Katie Arrington put incumbent Rep. Nancy Mace on blast ahead of the state’s primary election. In a recent interview, Arrington accused Mace of turning her back on 45th President Donald Trump and being a RINO.