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Hogan may have trounced Md. Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand - Washington Post

Google News - Mon, 11/12/2018 - 04:04

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Hogan may have trounced Md. Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand
Washington Post
For the second time in four years, Republican Larry Hogan has captured the governor's mansion, winning by 13.5 percentage points and with a record 1.2 million votes in a state that has twice as many Democrats as Republicans. Democratic leaders ... and ...
Hogan may have trounced Maryland Democrats, but they say they have the upper handThe Advocate

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Opinion: For Congress — new gridlock, same old divisions - Houma Courier

Google News - Mon, 11/12/2018 - 03:13

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Opinion: For Congress — new gridlock, same old divisions
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Nothing of substance is likely to pass Congress over the next two years in part because Democrats have no need to make deals with Republicans (helping President Trump) and Republicans have lost their leverage. Even finding common ground will be far ...
Progress for Progressives? Despite inroads from Democrats, Republicans maintain legislative mandate across WVWV News
2020 Presidential Race: Trump Starts as Favorite - The AtlanticThe Atlantic
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Political scene: Progressives, GOP could find common ground in State House - The Providence Journal

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 20:52

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Political scene: Progressives, GOP could find common ground in State House
The Providence Journal
The conflict between liberal and conservative factions within the House Democratic caucus — which deepened during the recent campaign and threatened to topple House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello — could, at least in theory, give the depleted nine-member ...

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Hogan may have trounced Maryland Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand - SFGate

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 18:31

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Hogan may have trounced Maryland Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand
SFGate
Less than 30 percent each consider themselves conservative or liberal, the poll found. Longtime Democratic leaders, who did little to embrace Jealous after the primary, quickly distanced themselves from the Democratic nominee after his loss. "His ...

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Hogan may have trounced Md. Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand - Washington Post

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 17:25

Washington Post

Hogan may have trounced Md. Democrats, but they say they have the upper hand
Washington Post
For the second time in four years, Republican Larry Hogan has captured the governor's mansion, winning by 13.5 percentage points and with a record 1.2 million votes in a state that has twice as many Democrats as Republicans. Democratic ... They ...

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Chuck Schumer says Democrats might tie spending bill to Mueller protection - Daily Local News

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 14:19

Chuck Schumer says Democrats might tie spending bill to Mueller protection
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"The appointment of Mr. Whitaker should concern every American –Democrat, Republican, liberal, conservative – who believes in rule of law and justice," Schumer said during an interview Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." "He has ... Jerry Nadler, a ...

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Progress for Progressives? Despite inroads from Democrats, Republicans maintain legislative mandate across WV - WV News

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 13:02

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Progress for Progressives? Despite inroads from Democrats, Republicans maintain legislative mandate across WV
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CHARLESTON — While Democrats enjoyed incremental gains on Election Day, Republican leaders across the state feel they still have a mandate from voters to continue with their agenda. Republicans lost the U.S. Senate race and a handful of seats in ...

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Gardner defends Rick Scott's claim that Democrats are trying to "steal" Florida election - NBCNews.com

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 11:17

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Gardner defends Rick Scott's claim that Democrats are trying to "steal" Florida election
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Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, the head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, defended Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott's charge that "unethical liberals" are trying to "steal" the state's Senate election, in which Scott a ...
Scott: Democrat operative behind Steele dossier 'trying to steal the election'Watchdog.org

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Chuck Schumer says Democrats might tie spending bill to Mueller protection - WKYC.com

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 10:41

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Chuck Schumer says Democrats might tie spending bill to Mueller protection
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"The appointment of Mr. Whitaker should concern every American –Democrat, Republican, liberal, conservative – who believes in rule of law and justice," Schumer said during an interview Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." "He has ... Jerry Nadler, a ...

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We Hear You: Democrats Take the House, Republicans Hold the Senate, Trump Declares Victory - Daily Signal

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 08:07

Daily Signal

We Hear You: Democrats Take the House, Republicans Hold the Senate, Trump Declares Victory
Daily Signal
Democrats have prepared more liberal approaches, proposing detailed plans in a $1 trillion infrastructure package resisted by Republicans who are concerned about federal spending and looming deficits. Why is it that military retirees with a lower than ...
Why Trump Is the Favorite in 2020The Atlantic
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Why Trump Is the Favorite in 2020 - The Atlantic

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 07:01

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Why Trump Is the Favorite in 2020
The Atlantic
Across the United States—and across the globe—liberals and Donald Trump–opposing conservatives alike drag themselves from fitful sleep, red-eyed and exhausted, filled with dread, incomprehension, and déjà vu. How did he do it again? ..... Besides ...
We Hear You: Democrats Take the House, Republicans Hold the Senate, Trump Declares VictoryDaily Signal
How the Midterms Were a Mixed Bag for Both PartiesThe Weekly Standard
Around the halls: Brookings scholars react to the 2018 midtermsBrookings Institution (blog)
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Josh Gottheimer's uneasy search for a political middle ground: Kelly - NorthJersey.com

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 06:21

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Josh Gottheimer's uneasy search for a political middle ground: Kelly
NorthJersey.com
Gottheimer falls silent for a moment, then mentions the post-election calls by progressive Democrats for an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. “I don't know,” he says. “If all people hear about is ... He has long promoted a moderate set of ...

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Why Indiana Democrats are flailing and how they might find a road back - Indianapolis Star

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 06:03

Indianapolis Star

Why Indiana Democrats are flailing and how they might find a road back
Indianapolis Star
"I've always thought it must be easy to be a Republican in Indiana, like running down hill," Bayh told IndyStar, "But the only way for us to be successful is to unite the progressives and the moderates, show you have a plan for economic growth, growing ...

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New gridlock, same old divisions - Daily Inter Lake

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 05:16

New gridlock, same old divisions
Daily Inter Lake
Nothing of substance is likely to pass Congress over the next two years in part because Democrats have no need to make deals with Republicans (helping President Trump) and Republicans have lost their leverage. Even finding common ground will be far ...

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The message from the midterms: a new, progressive US is slowly taking shape - The Guardian

Google News - Sun, 11/11/2018 - 01:01

The Guardian

The message from the midterms: a new, progressive US is slowly taking shape
The Guardian
The three states that handed Trump the presidency – Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan – now all have Democrat governors. Texas, one of the most conservative states, was only narrowly held with Beto O'Rourke falling just short against the Republican ...

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Who Won That Arizona Senate Race? What Day Is It? - New York Times

Google News - Sat, 11/10/2018 - 11:10

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Who Won That Arizona Senate Race? What Day Is It?
New York Times
The chairman of the Arizona Republican Party is accusing the top election official in Phoenix of voter fraud, prompting angry rebuttals from Democrats who seem to be clawing back in a Republican bastion. Please disable your ad ... “We're slowly ...
Democrat Slips Into Lead in Roller Coaster of an Arizona Senate RaceWRAL.com

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The Democrats shouldn't move right to win Trump voters. Here's why - The Guardian

Google News - Sat, 11/10/2018 - 10:42

The Guardian

The Democrats shouldn't move right to win Trump voters. Here's why
The Guardian
Even losing progressive campaigns brought hope. Sat 10 Nov 2018 ... Democrats scored most of their victories in more or less liberal suburban and urban areas where Hillary Clinton won in 2016, and experienced defeat in much of Republican “red state ...

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'Liberals' can't win in Kentucky - Richmond Register

Google News - Sat, 11/10/2018 - 02:02

'Liberals' can't win in Kentucky
Richmond Register
Most elections turn on more than one thing, and Republican Andy Barr's win over Democrat Amy McGrath in the Sixth Congressional District isn't any different. But his ability to brand McGrath -- a U.S. Marine combat veteran -- as "too liberal for ...

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Margolis: Most Americans hold liberal views, so why so many 'conservatives'? - vtdigger.org

Google News - Fri, 11/09/2018 - 19:00

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Margolis: Most Americans hold liberal views, so why so many 'conservatives'?
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Otherwise, Trump-supporting Republican Josh Hawley would not have knocked two-term Democrat Claire McCaskill out of the U.S. Senate in Tuesday's election. Otherwise Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson would not so easily have dispatched his Democratic ...

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These Democrats Scored Shocking Victories in Republican Strongholds - VICE

Google News - Fri, 11/09/2018 - 16:16

VICE

These Democrats Scored Shocking Victories in Republican Strongholds
VICE
She ran on healthcare and Medicaid, but avoided the labels of conservative or progressive Democrat.” As the results of the 2018 midterms roll in—votes were still being ... Max Rose, who defeated Dan Donovan, the lone Republican in New York City's ...

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