Michigan's primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 2. On the ballot will be two Democratic candidates running against each other, and two Republican candidates running against each other, to represent the newly-drawn 28th District in the Michigan Senate—which now spans from Clinton County over to Shiawassee County and down to the northern part of Ingham County.
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Blake Masters in Arizona, Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin are going to have a little less help than they would have hoped this fall
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Elon Musk does not hide it: He will wield his media influence and financial power in the midterm elections in November and the race for the White House leading to November 2024. Tesla's charismatic and whimsical chief executive has more than 103.3 million Twitter followers, giving him a massive platform and megaphone to sway public opinion and influence potential voters. The serial entrepreneur's fortune is estimated at $268 billion as of Aug. 15, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Lake, the Republican nominee for governor, has Trump's support and has amplified his baseless claims that the 2020 election was marked by fraud.
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A judge in Colorado on Tuesday ordered a legal adviser for former President Donald Trump's campaign to travel to Georgia to testify before a special grand jury that's looking into whether Trump and others illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia. Judge Gregory Lammons in Fort Collins, Colorado, made the decision after holding a hearing on a request from Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to compel testimony from attorney Jenna Ellis. Prosecutors are interested in Ellis's role in helping to coordinate and plan legislative hearings in Georgia and others states where false allegations of election fraud were pushed, according to testimony in court.
Ron DeSantis is on his way to re-election, and Marco Rubio is in trouble, according to a new poll from the University of North Florida.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham says Americans are 'exhausted' from political conflict and might think it's 'time to turn the page' on Trump
"The country I think is so exhausted — they're exhausted by the battle, the constant battle," Ingraham said.
A resurfaced clip from August 2016 shows Trump as a candidate vowing to make enforcing laws around classified information a priority.
The Fox News host admitted that voters could reject Trump if he runs again.
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Last pro-impeachment Republican faces almost certain defeat. How did the others fare in GOP primaries?
Ten GOP House members voted to impeach former President Trump, and many have lost their Republican primaries, with Rep. Liz Cheney facing voters Tuesday.
The nonprofit arm of the Republican Accountability Project is launching ads across all the closest swing states of the 2020 presidential race.
Ron Johnson 'not overly concerned' about top secret information being leaked from classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago
He said he thought Mar-a-Lago was a "pretty safe place," adding that he was "not overly concerned" if classified documents were kept there.
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Giuliani says Trump's first reaction to the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago was to boast about the size of the crowd supporting him outside
"You see the number of people in front of Mar-a-Lago already?" Giuliani recalled Trump saying in the aftermath of the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago.
Trump has been making offers to "help" in recent days while also issuing warnings about the anger he has helped incite.
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Sean Hannity on FBI’s Trump Investigation: ‘Being a Felon Is Not a Disqualification’ for the Presidency
"So I'm not sure exactly where they're headed with all of this," the Fox News host said on his radio show