A new Goucher Poll released Monday morning shows how some Maryland voters intend to vote in the race for governor. The Goucher/Baltimore Banner/WYPR poll indicates more Maryland voters are leaning toward Democratic nominee Wes Moore. If the general election for governor were held today, 53% said they would vote for Moore and 31% for Republican nominee Dan Cox. Libertarian candidate David Lasher and Green Party candidate Nancy Wallace earned 4% and 2% of the vote, respectively. About 9% of likely voters remain undecided, the poll finds. Additionally, 69% of likely voters who chose a candidate said they are "set on this candidate" and 28% said they could change their mind.
- Business Insider
Trump — who ran his own airline into the ground — used his big rally finale to bash the industry in a bizarre rant: 'They don't know what the hell they're doing'
Former President Donald Trump criticized the airline industry at a campaign rally for Republican candidates in Michigan.
- Business Insider
Former federal prosecutor scoffs at Trump's lawyer reportedly trying to keep him from attacking DOJ in Mar-a-Lago probe: 'Bless you, good luck'
"Donald Trump has one mode, it is all offense all the time," Barbara McQuade told MSNBC on Saturday.
Ex-GOP strategist slams Trump for 'assassination instructions' against McConnell: 'It's beyond the pale. Every Republican ought to be able to say so.'
Scott Jennings said Trump's post had "assassination instructions" for McConnell and "blatant racism" toward his wife, Trump official Elaine Chao.
- The Hill
Donald Trump thinks a two-page disclaimer he staples to his financial documents makes him immune from fraud. Not everyone thinks that's crazy.
(Bloomberg) -- Just one day before votes are cast, the final electoral polls on the Brazilian presidential race suggest former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva could clinch an outright victory in the first round.Most Read from BloombergCredit Suisse Risk Gauge at Record High, Shares Hit New LowTesla Deliveries Miss Estimates, Slowed by Logistic SnarlsOPEC+ to Consider Output Cut of More Than 1 Million BarrelsUkraine Latest: Zelenskiy Says Lyman ‘Fully Cleared’ of RussiansGet Ready for Another
- The Daily Beast
- Associated Press
When Democrat Stacey Abrams narrowly lost the Georgia governor's race to Republican Brian Kemp four years ago, she didn’t go quietly. Abrams founded Fair Fight Action, a group focused on fair elections, which within weeks filed a wide-ranging federal lawsuit alleging “gross mismanagement” of Georgia’s elections.
- The Wrap
Trump ‘Backed Himself Into a Corner Where He Has to Run’ in 2024, NY Times’ Maggie Haberman Says (Video)
But, the author of the Trump biography “Confidence Man” adds, he might pull out before voting day
Putin allies bashed Russia's retreat from a city in Ukraine, calling military leaders 'garbage' and saying they should be sent 'barefoot with machine guns straight to the front'
After Russian troops retreated from Lyman, a Ukrainian city Putin claimed was part of Russia, powerful Putin supporters ripped military leadership.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - SUNDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2022, 20:52 A serviceman of the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic" (LPR) and the local resident, who had him hidden, were exposed in the liberated territory of Kharkiv Oblast.
- Fox News
During a Friday night debate between Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Beto O'Rourke, watch party attendees share why they're backing the Democratic candidate.
- ABC News
Russian President Vladimir Putin now faces an "irreversible" quagmire amid the country's land grab in its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, retired Army general and former CIA chief David Petraeus said Sunday. Putin "is losing" despite "significant" but "desperate" moves in the war that began in late February, Petraeus told ABC "This Week" co-anchor Jonathan Karl. "President [Volodymyr] Zelenskyy and Ukraine have mobilized vastly better than has Russia," Petraeus said.
- Detroit Free Press
The former president delivered a grim speech in Warren on Saturday, attacking Democrats and decrying investigations against him.
- The Guardian
Brazilians will go to the polls again after former president won the first vote but failed to secure a majority over the incumbent
- The Hill
Former CIA Director and retired Gen. David Petraeus said the war in Ukraine “looks very dire indeed for [Russian President] Vladimir Putin” in that Ukraine has outmaneuvered Russia throughout the conflict. Petraeus told radio talk show host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC 770 AM that Putin has found himself in an “irreversibly desperate”…
- The Wrap
‘Unfiltered Russian Propaganda’: Joe Scarborough Outraged by CPAC’s Reference to ‘Ukraine-Occupied Territories’
Critics pile on the conservative group’s tweet (and then delete), including Keith Olbermann, who called it “anti-American pigs---"
- The New York Times
WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga. — The race for a critical Senate seat was in full motion by midsummer, but there were just a few Herschel Walker campaign signs sprinkled around his hometown. They were planted in front of big homes with big yards, in a downtown storefront window, near the sidewalk by the Dairy Queen. There were two on the corner by the Johnson County Courthouse, near a Confederate memorial. The support appeared randomly scattered. But people in Wrightsville saw a dot-to-dot drawing of a racial
Thousands of supporters for Nigeria's Labour party candidate Peter Obi rallied in Lagos and other cities on Saturday, in the first major campaign march for the 2023 presidential election.