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I spoke with Radnofsky to get her perspective on the campaign. ... to every member of the Senate and started working its way through the House of Representatives. ... Radnofsky, a Texas-based lawyer who in 2006 was the state's first ... white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Wisconsin Rep.
John McCain responded by going to the Senate Floor to declare that the ... Carson's campaign manager Barry Bennett crowed that, "While the left is huffing and ... to establish himself as the most anti-Muslim candidate in the race. ... In 2006, when Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison swore his oath of office ...

Tom Ingram, a campaign strategist for both Corker and Haslam, said he ... before his 2006 election -- could help shape a stronger candidate.
Two candidates from western Wisconsin have announced bids to run against ... While Vinehout won re-election since 2006, it was never by more than 5 percentage points. So far the only candidate in the running for the 31st Senate seat is ... Eau Claire City Council member and former Vinehout campaign ...
Vinehout won a tight race for the 31st Senate seat in 2006 and has been ... Vinehout said her campaign platform is about turning the state's ...

The field of Democratic candidates hoping to oust Governor Scott Walker ... from Alma who ran brief campaigns for governor in 2012 and 2014, ... She's held her current position in the 31st Senate District in western Wisconsin since 2006. In a campaign statement on Monday, Vinehout said she hopes to ...
Vinehout becomes the seventh announced Democratic candidate looking for a ... Vinehout was first elected to the state Senate in 2006 and ...
Kathleen Vinehout, a farmer from western Wisconsin who has spent the last ... a campaign video and planned to address supporters Monday night in Black River Falls. ... Vinehout becomes the seventh announced Democratic candidate ... Vinehout, 59, was first elected to the state Senate in 2006 after ...
I began by describing Wisconsin politics this decade: a governor who abandoned the state's center-right to center-left political tradition, attacked public employee unions as his signature issue, continued to leverage statewide resentment of elites in ...
Warner pointed out that the 2008 historic election of Barack Obama and the 2006 and 2008 Democratic electoral sweeps both mobilized the Republicans for the 2010 midterms and led the Democrats into a false sense of complacency.
How the Republican Party turned what seemed like a dire situation after disastrous losses in both the 2006 and 2008 elections into legislative majorities so unbreakable, so impregnable, that none of the outcomes are in doubt until after the 2020 census ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - 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 ...
Angle shot to national attention in 2010 when she attempted to best Nevada Democrat and then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in a high-profile challenge from a Tea Party candidate. She and Amodei did not return messages seeking comment Tuesday.
As part of the week of action, Paul Ryan's Wisconsin constituents sent him more than 80,000 postcards demanding he stand up to Trump.
Last Thursday, Michigan legislators backed by private sector leaders dropped a bill on the state senate floor that asked for a greater range of new tax incentives to reel in more businesses.

In October he tapped Scott Stenman as CEO of Doran Architecture and Doran Construction; Stenman joined Doran from the Wisconsin-based Hammes Co., which managed the design and construction of U.S. Bank Stadium for the Minnesota sports Facilities ...
In a statement asking Walker if he's willing to take on the responsibility and funding, Sen. Tammy ... And there's this: Last September, at a presidential campaign forum hosted by the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition, Trump campaign ...
Other Democrats saw too much deference toward business interests in his written opinions for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, where he has served since 2006. Multiple Democratic senators cited the case of Alphonse Maddin, a truck driver who worked ...
Days after the 2006 elections that gave Democrats control of the House for the first time in a dozen years, freshman lawmakers gathered for a candlelight dinner at the Library Of Congress.
*Martin Babinec was a third-party candidate with the Upstate jobs party. ... Some candidates have recognized the popular appeal of a seemingly unbeholden force on the Hill.
Former House Republican campaign chief Thomas M. Reynolds, a New Yorker who spent five terms in Congress, is bringing his lobbying practice to Holland & Knight as the firm tries to expand its Republican ties.
IRS records indicate that, sometime in 2006 or 2007, the agency mistakenly reclassified the National Policy Institute as one that didn't need to file tax returns, according to Chuck McLean, a senior research fellow for the nonprofit watchdog Guidestar ...
(AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File). FILE - In this April 4, 2016, file photo, Villanova head coach Jay Wright celebrates after they defeated North Carolina 77-74 in the championship game of the the NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in Housto.
There had been the occasional favor; at Schumer's request, Trump hosted a fund-raiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee at Mar-a-Lago in 2008, and Schumer made a cameo on "The Apprentice" in 2006. ... Schumer, who was in line to succeed ...
A North Carolina-style "bathroom bill" in Texas won preliminary approval Tuesday in the state Senate over the objections of big businesses including Amazon and American Airlines, celebrities such as Lady Gaga and...More >>. A North Carolina-style ...
Back in August 2015, Bannon emailed a friend, according to The Daily Beast, that while he felt good about other candidates like Ted Cruz, he was ready to pick Trump, because he was "a nationalist who embraces" Sessions's immigration plan.
Elected in 2006, Whitehouse is the ranking member of a Senate Judiciary subcommittee investigating Russia's role in the 2016 election.
I love the fact that he's focused on paid leave and marriage equality, so he's a terrific governor," Gillibrand said recently during an interview on NY1, calling Cuomo a "great candidate" for 2020 as she promised to serve a full term if re-elected to ...
"This Republican administration and this candidate is not an advocate of the free lunch," Jackson said during the 1982 debate.
They and the pro-Trump organizations that have sprung up around California could be integrated with state party efforts to work on the 2018 election, when every statewide office will be on the ballot and Sen. Dianne Feinstein will either run for ...
He was confirmed by the Senate that same year. With Obama's second presidential term winding down, Perez's name was floated as a potential candidate to lead the Democratic National Committee. The party was dealing with the aftermath of the email ...
But it's less official than the "formal campaign kickoff" that Gomez reported Taylor plans later this year. (Taylor's campaign website promises "more .... While the Erie County Democratic party recommended reappointing Grubbe, who had been on the board ...
In October he tapped Scott Stenman as CEO of Doran Architecture and Doran Construction; Stenman joined Doran from the Wisconsin-based Hammes Co., which managed the design and construction of U.S. Bank Stadium for the Minnesota sports Facilities ...
activists with the Service Employees International Union, Courage Campaign and other groups tried to visit the California homes of half a dozen Republican members of Congress that night.
Feingold, a Wisconsin Democrat, was in the Senate from 1993 until 2011. He ran unsuccessfully to get back to the Senate last year, losing to ... Feingold had been considered a potential presidential candidate before the 2008 election cycle, and he made ...
To become part of the Constitution, an amendment must be proposed by two-thirds of the House and Senate, or by a constitutional convention called for by two-thirds of the state legislatures.
Increasingly, a matter is closed without action when the FEC cannot find a simple majority: In 2006, none were closed because of a deadlock, but in 2016, about 12.5 percent were, according to Ravel's analysis of FEC data.
Baker and Sen Chris Eaton, D-Brooklyn Center both lost children to heroin overdoses and are two of the leading voices in the legislature for combatting the opioid epidemic.
McMaster commanded troops in both American wars in Iraq - in 1991, when he fought in a storied tank battle known as the Battle for 73 Easting, and again in 2005-2006 in one of the most violent periods of the insurgency that developed after the U.S.-led ...
Where critics see a rocky start to his administration, supporters of President Donald Trump see an elected official finally doing exactly what he promised during the campaign.More >>. Where critics see a rocky start to his administration, supporters ...
Among the top candidates to replace Ms. Schultz is Tom Perez, Barack Obama's Secretary of Labor and a former official in the Department of Justice's civil rights division.
In the upcoming statewide election for Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Evers is facing a challenge from John Humphries, an administrator with the Dodgeville school District and Dr.
Morning Digest: Sean Duffy won't challenge Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin, but many others eye the race ... At least one other potential Senate candidate, state Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, also said that he'd defer to Duffy if he got in ...
Immigration-rights advocates first employed a nationwide, daylong strike in 2006, in response to Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R) of Wisconsin introducing a bill that would have increased fines for hiring undocumented workers and penalties for being in the ...
Flynn, who served as an adviser to Trump on national security issues during his campaign, was one of Trump's first appointments.
White House counsel to President Richard Nixon, John Dean testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee at the invitation of Sen. Russell Feingold (D-WI) on Capitol Hill March 31, 2006 in Washington, DC Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.
In the 2016 election cycle, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin donated to only one Democratic Senate candidate. But it wasn't Sen. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, the only Democrat who voted to confirm him for the position Monday night and who is up ...
Democrats need governors in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan, for example, to ensure Republicans don't impose new congressional maps that limit Democratic opportunities to gain and hold seats for a decade.


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