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Between 2006 and 2013, handgun sales grew by 287 percent ... Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton, made gun control a keystone issue in her campaign. ... Sen. Tom Carper on Monday said he comes from a family of hunters.
Sen. Frank LaRose, R-Copley, said most machines in Ohio are 12 years old and ... Most of Ohio's voting equipment dates to 2005 or 2006, when the federal ... LaRose said that as his campaign to be Ohio's next secretary of state ... counties ranges from $1.3 million in Pickaway to $4.5 million in Delaware.

"It's shaping up to be McConnell, the Senate Leadership Fund and the Chamber ... Court, but he also lost two primary campaigns for governor, in 2006 and 2010. ... In a sign of fights to come, the two Republican candidates are now ... Moore describes his campaign as an effort to hurt McConnell, drain the ...
Jeb's older brother, by contrast, installed his campaign manager Joe Allbaugh to ... from the University of Delaware's disaster Research Center.
Delaware First Media logo ... One ad for a 2018 congressional candidate shows him wearing a ... party used in 2006 when roughly 50 veterans ran with mixed results. ... by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and VoteVets, ... Nonetheless, Democrats hope veteran candidates can inoculate ...
... inclusion on candidate Trump's list of possible U.S. Supreme Court nominees. ... Sen. Chris Coons, a Delaware Democrat, quoted a Larsen article from 2004 in ... Larsen disclosed minor volunteer roles in two presidential campaigns. ... which paid for a $140,000 digital ad campaign in Michigan over the ...

Ex-Trump campaign aide with little Environmental Policy experience makes final call on ... From 2000 to 2006, he was an executive assistant, primarily on ... 22. But Sen. Thomas Carper of Delaware, the top Democrat on the ...
The guy many Republicans think can finally beat U.S. Sen. ... estate developer, launched a limited television advertising campaign last week on the Fox News ... Rick Saccone, R-39, Allegheny, and several more candidates. ... In 2006, when Casey routed incumbent verbal bomb-throwing Republican Sen.
Luther Strange, is trailing in the state's GOP Senate primary. ... and well-known Mike Castle in the Delaware Republican Senate primary. ... Moore ran against an incumbent Republican governor in a 2006 primary, for example. ... In this case, Trump helped give attention to a candidate his voters were ...
Taylor is one of nine candidates who have declared their intentions to seek the ... The Green Party's candidate is Constance Gadell-Newton, ... 31, 1998, after being elected to the U.S. Senate. ... in the mid-term doesn't do as well -- think about 2006, it was Bush's ... Governor's race rolls through Delaware.
Delaware First Media logo ... Before 2006, there were only 5.2 miles of border fence in what's known as the Yuma sector ... Vice President Pence told Fox News in a live interview Tuesday morning that the president will use his campaign ... North Korea, Venezuela and Republican senators, Trump is back to ...
MUNCIE, Ind. - The public got a chance to catch Sen. ... The senator announced his re-election campaign on Sunday after a stop at the Ernie .... to what Donnelly had to say was Delaware County Democratic party chair Allie Craycraft. Craycraft himself served in the Indiana State Senate from 1978 to 2006.
Alabama Senate race is a big test for Mitch Mcconnell .... in Missouri in 2012, Angle in Nevada and O'Donnell in Delaware in ... In 2014, McConnell, at that time through the NRSC, the Senate campaign arm, began intervening in primaries on behalf of incumbents and against flawed candidates who had the ...
Delaware ... The commission will have to follow the same process candidates, political parties, ... In a federal court case after a contentious U.S. Senate primary in ... addresses, party affiliations and voting history dating to 2006. ... Oklahoma's voter roll is routinely provided to political campaigns, the press ...
Bruce Poliquin could run in Maine, especially if Sen. ... won by Trump, is one of at least six serious Democratic candidates in Minnesota, ... been elected statewide, since Delaware has one House seat. ... And those folks don't always make the best governor or the best candidate for governor," Carper added.
Hazleton approved Barletta's measures in 2006, denying permits to ... million in his campaign account as of June 30, the latest date for which Senate candidates ..... Tim Kaine of Virginia and Tom Carper of Delaware, the federal government ...
Delineating a national agenda and requiring each candidate to ... In Delaware, Mike Castle, a moderate-liberal Republican, was the ... other Senate candidates who were too conservative for their states. ... In 2006, under the tutelage of the Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, ...

WASHINGTON ― In 2006, Princeton computer science professor Edward Felten received an anonymous message offering him a Diebold ...
Cast of characters populates the Trump campaign-Russia drama ... Adam Schiff, ranking member on the Senate Intelligence Committee says reports .... Chaika, prosecutor general since 2006, is a longtime confidant of Putin and ... helped set up a non-profit foundation based in Delaware, the human rights ...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill has named a former staffer to lead her 2018 re-election campaign for her Missouri ...
Obama, Clinton, Schumer and 23 other Democratic senators voted ... Trump criticized the 2006 fence as too modest during the 2016 campaign.
Republican Chuck Boyce is the first candidate to formally file for Delaware's 2018 U.S. Senate race. (photo courtesy Boyce campaign).
From left: Democrat Stephanie Hansen, Republican John Marino, and Libertarian Joseph Lanzendorfer are the three candidates running in the ...
Delaware First Media logo ... Corker is the first Senate retirement of the 2018 election cycle. ... He embraced Trump during the campaign and was even said to be in the ... His departure opens the door for other GOP candidates. ... "When I ran for the Senate in 2006, I told people that I couldn't imagine ...
Kim, 58, was public safety commissioner from 2006-10, and ran ... Similar legislation has stalled in the Senate. ... Other candidates seeking the Democratic party endorsement are Dan Boyajian, Katie Wilson, ... Kim believes his experience as an elected official, the only candidate except Cobb, distinguishes ...
... covering Congress, the White House and the Supreme Court since 2006. ... His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Campaigns and elections Magazine, ... request for data as it's challenged in the courts, Democratic U.S. Sen. ... Evans said moderate Republicans from the Delaware Valley region who are ...
The Trump administration's campaign to hunt down and prosecute leakers is ... as part of intelligence legislation in 2012. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) ... Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware, who said it could be used against the press. ... In 2006, Director of National Intelligence Michael Hayden ordered that every leak ...
Over the course of the campaign, the secret Service, which traditionally pays ... at Fordham University (and former congressional candidate) who is ... and a number of Senate Democrats have introduced legislation that .... Now that he's taken office, Trump is profiting from other Republicans' campaigns too.
... a former energy executive from Delaware County and one of the other potential ... "I and several other candidates believe in a robust open debate and ... 3.35 million votes, still more than any candidate in Pennsylvania history. ... Rick Santorum by 17.4 percentage points to win the Senate seat in 2006.
Political predictions are a dangerous business, especially this year. But it does look as though one way or another, the U.S. Senate will vote to confirm the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. The open question is how much ...
Of all the achievements secured by Dallas Green in his long and outstanding baseball career, perhaps no one was bigger than his effective campaign to bring night baseball to Wrigley Field. Dallas Green ... The Phillies signed Green as a high school ...
Republican Chuck Boyce is the first candidate to formally file for Delaware's 2018 U.S. Senate race. (photo courtesy Boyce campaign). Mark Eichmann. By Mark Eichmann ... Nearly two years away from the 2018 election, Republican Chuck Boyce has declared ...
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for Deripaska, a Russian billionaire, to advance the interests of Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition ...
WASHINGTON - Before signing up with Donald Trump, former campaign manager Paul Manafort secretly worked for a Russian billionaire with a plan to "greatly benefit the Putin government," The Associated Press has learned.
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian president Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine ... Manafort ...
Promoters with the group National Vote Project says it would revamp campaign strategies and give voters outside of battleground states a reason to participate in elections.
In that span, he served three terms as Delaware's attorney general, ran a losing U.S. Senate campaign in 1994 and, finally, in 2010 accepted President Barack Obama's nomination to serve as U.S.
MIAMI/Moscow, March 17 (Reuters) - During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump downplayed his business ties with Russia.
Senate Democrats cast U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch as outside the mainstream while a top Republican praised his "unfailing commitment" to the law at the start of what promises to be a divisive hearing over a year-old vacancy.
Glittering steel, the Mercer film production company, then brought the book's findings to the screen, portraying Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to a mass audience as a captive of wealthy interests. The alliance continued with ...
His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Campaigns and elections Magazine, The Chattanooga Times Free Press, The Omaha World-Herald, Pacifica Radio, and Washingtonian Magazine.
His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Campaigns and elections Magazine, The Chattanooga Times Free Press, The Omaha World-Herald, Pacifica Radio, and Washingtonian Magazine.
Glittering steel, the Mercer film production company, then brought the book's findings to the screen, portraying Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to a mass audience as a captive of wealthy interests. The alliance continued with ...
The meeting will include a presentation from Danielle Swallow, project manager for the state's Delaware Coastal Programs Resilient Community Partnership, on sea level rise and flooding in the Inland Bays, as well as other business items.
During his campaign and his inauguration speech, education served as just another example of American decline ("an education system flush with cash, but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge").
This year, the energy among Democratic activists has persuaded potential candidates that anything is possible. "So far ... Nine of those are in currently Republican-governed states that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won in 2016, and ...
"Jared Kushner's Conflicts Of Interest Questioned By Democratic Lawmakers" by Cody Fenwick: "Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware and Maryland's Rep. Elijah Cummings from the House Oversight Committee signed the ...
"Democrats on Wednesday forced meaningless votes on the House floor and in two House committees and even required committee clerks to read the entire text of the bill out loud at one point - all in an effort to stop Republicans from fulfilling their ...
Nevertheless her campaign finally succeeded and in 1899 the government rewarded Tubman with a monthly pension. ... In January 1995 the Senate voted 99-1 to denounce the history standards. ... partnership with Thomas Garrett in Wilmington, Delaware ...
In a nutshell, the Electoral College forces candidates to take positions that are less geographically and ideologically narrow than would be the case under the popular vote scenario.


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