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At least two prominent university presidents are accusing senators of religious bias for challenging a Catholic judicial nominee over her ...

Instead, the most viable campaign to change how Americans choose their ... do so differently from the rest: Maine and Nebraska award electoral votes by ... Since its conception in 2006, the Compact has been criticized as a .... to predict with any certainty the behaviors of candidates, campaigns, parties, ...
Enrolled as a sophomore accounting major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Morin-Chavez said ... "Watching the campaign, I really wasn't surprised at all," ... Dave Heineman veto in 2006 ultimately allowed Morin-Chavez to attend ... Both of those bills required state senators to override a veto by Gov.
... will be a candidate for his former seat in the Legislature in 2018. ... out of his 12th District seat at the end of 2014, will challenge Sen. ... Lathrop defeated Jean Stothert, who now is Omaha's mayor, in his first legislative race in 2006. ... on water resources, wind energy, Nebraska's unemployment insurance ...
Former presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., came to Omaha, Nebraska, to campaign for Omaha mayoral candidate ...

The Democratic bench of potential candidates was hollowed out in many ... is one that probably will be impossible to avoid in the campaign and might serve as ... Virginia gubernatorial and 2014 Senate elections, albeit Democratic victories, .... Republicans should produce a credible candidate, too, and the ...
Chuck Hagel (R-Nebraska), senior staffer for international affairs and national security for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, senior staffer for the ... In April 2006, Esper took his first turn through the "revolving door" between ... Campaign from late June 2007 to February 2008, when it collapsed. Esper ...
Last week, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair ... party should withhold support from any candidate who isn't willing to do that. ... boiling over in April over a mayoral race in Nebraska and again last ... 2006, with a mix of liberal and moderate-to-conservative candidates winning election.
Midterm elections are usually bad for the party in power: 1994, 2006, 2010, and ... are in safely red places like Mississippi, Wyoming, and Nebraska. ... Klobuchar, and other senators has practical benefits for candidates, but it ... could convince a prospective candidate that they may not be able to keep up.
Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at a rally for Heath Mello, a pro-life ... Dean, who headed the organization during its 2006 "50 state strategy" push to be ... to campaign this past spring for a Democratic mayoral candidate in Omaha, ... limit its support to pro-abortion rights candidates in a recent YouGov poll.
told GOP leaders he would run for Senate in 2018, becoming the ... current arc began in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, in 2006, when Barletta, then the city's ... And by 2016, the nativist politics that drove Hazelton and Fremont, Nebraska, and ... a possible candidate to be the next Secretary of Homeland Security.
During an unsuccessful bid for statewide office, former State Sen. ... and controversial lawmakers the Nebraska Legislature has seen. ... nearly $19,000 in campaign contributions on mortgage payments, gold ... in 1994, U.S. Senate in 1996 and 2000, and the Legislature in 2006 -- but failed each time.
His Senate Judiciary Committee hearing took place yesterday, and it was nothing short of a lovefest. ... Finally, for the Nebraska seat, among the three possibilities I ... also served as the Trump campaign's general election lawyer in the state) ... overseeing the selection and vetting of Ninth Circuit candidates, ...
Questions from three U.S. senators to a nominee to a federal appeals court are ... Senator Ben Sasse, a Republican from Nebraska, suggested that the ... Ms. Feinstein's office pointed to a 2006 speech Ms. Barrett gave to graduates ... "Whether a candidate for the judiciary thinks it's prudent to answer those ...
They see several of their wins in the 2006 wave, for example, as the result ... Jason Altmire from Trump-friendly Western Pennsylvania, or Pennsylvania Sen. ... "Primary voters will ask candidates where they stand on the issues and ... support of Planned Parenthood during the campaign gave her hope that ...

Judge Neil Gorsuch testifies during the second day of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, March 21, 2017 in Washington. (credit: ... Gorsuch was careful in his ...
He's still a teenager somehow rooting for the Washington Senators in Dallas and a Senators' bobble head nodding on a shelf proved it.
Gorsuch was careful in his phrasing, rarely appeared to allow his pulse to quicken and steadfastly refused the many Democratic attempts to get him to talk about abortion, guns, campaign finance and a host of key issues in a way that might signal how he ...
Alex Acosta has Senate confirmation hearing - The Florida International University Law school Dean and President Trump's nominee to head the U.S.
In 2006, the Legislature passed a law allowing such youngsters to pay in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities if they graduated from Nebraska high schools. ... On Wednesday, State Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha urged the Judiciary ...
health care unfolds back in Washington Jim Ryan ABC news Louisville, Kentucky a senate committee today begins questioning the president's pick.
But the breezy questioning Gorsuch received during his 2006 confirmation hearing won't compare to the grilling he'll get from the same Senate panel starting Tuesday. The 2006 hearing for his federal judgeship lasted all of 23 minutes; just one ...
Longtime Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale won't run for re-election ... Gale, a former North Platte attorney, said he was announcing now so that other candidates interested in the $85,000-a-year post could get campaigns organized. ... Gale ...
IU Athletics Director Fred Glass fired Tom Crean as the school's head basketball coach Thursday, and now Glass will have to find someone to fill the void.
... the gas station. But it is a legal concept Gorsuch has addressed as a judge on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver since 2006. ... Lincoln's greatness began with his recoil from the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act, which empowered residents ...
FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2017 file photo, Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington. When Democrats question Gorsuch at his Senate confirmation hearing next week, they'll probably ask a lot about something called ...
If you're a Democrat, watching the GOP tie itself up in knots over its health care bill can't help but evoke a strong feeling of Schadenfreude.
It's not just the $2 billion in federal revenues Nebraska passed up for health insurance, or the 275,000 Nebraskans with pre-existing conditions that could be denied health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
But for a man holed up in an embassy, fighting off possible prosecution, the Australian founder of the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks has managed to re-emerge as remarkably relevant to U.S.
The World proclaims itself as "Independent in politics," but by the presidential campaign of 1888, Publisher and Editor Gilbert M. Hitchcock endorses Democrat Grover Cleveland.
Anchorage, Alaska (AP) - Mushers pumped their fists and high-fived fans Monday as they set out one-by-one on the world's most famous sled dog race, a nearly 1,000-mile trek through the grueling Alaska wilderness.
Last weekend, Democrats won a special election for a Delaware state senate seat that normally wouldn't have gotten so much national attention.
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER Mitch Mcconnell met with a group of nursing home executives this week and said that the Senate would pass the House's health-care replacement bill before the next recess, according to sources familiar. ... PBMs have also helped ...
(AP Photo/Brian Skoloff). Mary Ann Mendoza poses for a photograph while holding a framed picture of herself and her son, Brandon Mendoza, on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at her home in Mesa, Ariz.
(AP Photo/Brian Skoloff). Mary Ann Mendoza poses for a photograph while holding a framed picture of herself and her son, Brandon Mendoza, on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at her home in Mesa, Ariz.
Republicans lost 30 House seats in 2006 when President George W. Bush's popularity was sinking, and 26 seats in 1982 after the first two years of Ronald Reagan's presidency when the economy was still sluggish.
ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Behind the scenes on the Hill, TRUMP's legislative realities, the ever-filling agenda -- POTUS to Norfolk Thursday -- OBAMAS ink a book deal -- JOSH EARNEST on COLBERT -- B'DAY: Sen. Deb Fischer. By ANNA ... They left the Capitol late ...
Nebraska farmers who felt beleaguered by environmental regulations passed under former President Barack Obama cheered Tuesday as President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at rolling back his predecessor's signature clean water rule.
Nebraska farmers who felt beleaguered by environmental regulations passed under former President Barack Obama cheered Tuesday as President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at rolling back his predecessor's signature clean water rule.
In Michigan, in response to an increase in drug-addicted newborns, state Sen. Rick Jones ... Prince George's County, Maryland launched a child safety awareness campaign focusing on caretakers that provides information about child care resources in the ...
Colon is also working with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, lobbying Congress to prevent dangerous individuals from acquiring guns.
Three years following his retirement from coaching, former Nebraska head football coach Tom Osborne, also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, won his congressional election for Nebraska's 3rd District in 2000 and won re-election in 2004. In ...
Keith Ellison, expected to be the main challenger to Perez, replied with a letter to members that said it was inappropriate for a candidate to try to "make the race sound like it is over," adding, "We are very confident in our whip count and are in an ...
LINCOLN - State Sen. Mike Groene has led a petition drive to cut school budgets, thinks schools waste too much money on administrators and frills, and believes that parents, not teachers or special interests, should control education.
In Nebraska, the state prison has trouble keeping correctional officers because its county jails will pay them much more, he said.
The chairman of the committee is 83-year-old Chuck Grassley of Nebraska. This time, all the Democrats show up, but not all of the Republicans do.
Members on the Republican-controlled House and Senate banking committees, many of whom received some of the heftiest sums of campaign donations from banks, have readied bills that would weaken many of the law's protections; they argue the changes ...
President Donald Trump's pick to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court elicited praise from Nebraska Republicans and the state's congressional delegation, while local Democrats decried the nomination of a conservative jurist Tuesday night ...


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