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Fetterman’s rocky debate raises anxiety among Democrats
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Fetterman’s rocky debate raises anxiety among Democrats

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman’s rocky debate performance fueled concern inside his party on Wednesday, as leaders assessed whether it would significantly shift a race that could decide control of the U.S. Senate and the future of Joe Biden’s presidency. Appearing on stage five months after his stroke, Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s 53-year-old lieutenant...

Meta fined $24.7M for campaign finance disclosure violations
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Meta fined $24.7M for campaign finance disclosure violations

SEATTLE (AP) — A Washington state judge on Wednesday fined Facebook parent company Meta nearly $25 million for repeatedly and intentionally violating campaign finance disclosure law, in what is believed to be the largest campaign finance penalty in U.S. history. The penalty issued by King County Superior Court Judge Douglass North was the maximum allowed...

Fetterman faces Oz at Senate debate 5 months after stroke
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Fetterman faces Oz at Senate debate 5 months after stroke

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — More than five months after experiencing a stroke, Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman struggled at times to explain his positions and often spoke haltingly throughout a highly anticipated debate Tuesday against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz as they vie for a critical Senate seat. In the opening minutes of the debate, Fetterman addressed...

Fetterman, in Debate With Oz, Vows to ‘Keep Coming Back Up’
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Fetterman, in Debate With Oz, Vows to ‘Keep Coming Back Up’

By MARC LEVY and STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman wouldn’t commit to releasing his full medical records during a highly anticipated debate against Republican Mehmet Oz on Tuesday, speaking haltingly throughout the hourlong event more than five months after experiencing a stroke. Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s 53-year-old lieutenant governor, has...

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With Ads, Imagery and Words, Republicans Inject Race Into Campaigns – The New York Times

With Ads, Imagery and Words, Republicans Inject Race Into Campaigns  The New York Times New York Times report says Republicans ‘seize on crime’ to ‘appeal to White fears and resentments’  Fox News The real outrage with crime and the GOP [letter]  LNP | LancasterOnline Davis: On the crime issue: ‘The Republicans are lying — and they know they are lying’  The Hill...

Newsom vows to finish four-year term if reelected governor
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Newsom vows to finish four-year term if reelected governor

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday vowed he would serve a full four-year term if reelected in November, trying again to knock down speculation that he wants to replace Democrat Joe Biden on the ballot should he not seek a second term. Newsom made the promise during an hourlong debate with...

Tulsi Gabbard campaigns with Republican Yesli Vega in Virginia
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Tulsi Gabbard campaigns with Republican Yesli Vega in Virginia

Former U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard campaigned with Republican House candidate Yesli Vega on Saturday, continuing her streak of boosting GOP candidates for office this election cycle. Ms. Gabbard, who recently announced her departure from the Democratic Party, joined Ms. Vega at a get-out-the-vote rally less than three weeks out until Election Day where the candidate...

Utah Senate race: Referendum on direction Trump has led GOP
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Utah Senate race: Referendum on direction Trump has led GOP

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Just weeks before the Nov. 8 vote, Utah’s senior senator, Republican Mike Lee, is now acknowledging a real reelection threat from Evan McMullin, an anti-Donald Trump independent and former Republican challenging him in the state’s most competitive Senate race in decades. Lee’s campaign insists it is confident heading into Election...

Joe Biden’s Walk-and-Chew-Gum Campaign | The New Yorker
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Joe Biden’s Walk-and-Chew-Gum Campaign | The New Yorker

For most of President Joe Biden’s tenure, Fox News’s Peter Doocy has played the role of pressroom scourge. A barbed question so nettled Biden back in January that the President was caught on a live microphone calling him a “stupid son of a bitch,” for which he quickly called Doocy to apologize. That specific query...