Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Arizona's 2006 US Senate campaign

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Thu. March 10, 2022

-
Progressives were furious that Senate Democrats had “caved” on the shutdown, voting for a stopgap spending bill to reopen the government Monday, while ... Voting to end the shutdown “was a bad political maneuver,” said Stephanie Taylor, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, ...
Earlier in the night, Senate Democrats — joined by some Republican deficit hawks and immigration allies — filibustered a stopgap funding bill approved by the House ... Rand Paul of Kentucky, Mike Lee of Utah and Jeff Flake of Arizona, undercutting Republican efforts to blame a shutdown on Democrats.

Nothing has been so associated with the failures of Congress as the implementation of a filibuster, where the Senate votes to decide not to take a vote on ... that the filibuster became a daily weapon of choice, with motions filed on cloture votes more than doubling from 68 in 2005-2006 to 139 in 2007-2008.
Steve King, the controversial Iowa congressman known for his hard-line stance on illegal immigration, is endorsing Kelli Ward in Arizona's Republican U.S. Senate race. “Dr. Ward will be a fighter for America First policies that prioritize the safety, security, and well-being of the American people,” King said in ...
Former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio has announced he intends to run for the Senate seat being vacated by Republican Jeff Flake. Public and ... But GOP primary voters should be wary of choosing Arpaio, if they have learned anything from Roy Moore's embarrassing loss in the Alabama Senate campaign.
UPDATE: This list, first published January 3, was updated with the news that former sheriff Joe Arpaio is entering Arizona's Senate race and state treasurer Josh Mandel is dropping out of Ohio's. Republicans rid ... McCaskill is one of five Democratic senators up for re-election in a state Trump won by double digits in 2016.

And Arizona's J.D. Hayworth, a political bomb thrower who eventually challenged John McCain in the 2010 Arizona GOP Senate primary, coasted to re-election with around 60 percent of the vote in 2002 and 2004 but drew just 46 percent in 2006, when he was defeated by Democrat Harry E. Mitchell.
Luther Strange in a Senate special election. Moore -- the Arpaio in this comparison -- won the nomination and then lost the seat. Arpaio, 85, almost certainly won't be a senator. He lost his job as sheriff of Maricopa County (where 60% of Arizona residents live) in 2016 by 13 percentage points even as Trump ...
Election results from November suggest they will have a big year. But with near .... One of the known unknowns heading into campaign season is redistricting. In October, the ... Democrats haven't lost a statewide race in Minnesota since 2006, thanks to strong support in the Twin Cities area around Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Martha McSally's decision to enter the Arizona Senate race has opened up her hotly contested House seat, giving Democrats even more hope that they can win ... Jim Kolbe had represented the area for two decades, but it has been more competitive since he retired, and Giffords won the open seat in 2006.
The law firm of Pete Domenici Jr., the senator's son, confirms that the former ... Tom Udall, the son of Stewart Udall, a former Arizona congressman and ... nine federal prosecutors fired in a series of politically tinged dismissals in 2006. ... won the 1972 Senate election, succeeding longtime Democratic Sen.
Early September before an election year typically brings about ... Tom Reynolds, who chaired the NRCC during the 2006 cycle, when a ... Arizona Rep. ... Ben Ray Lujan, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, ... 2018 potentially the first cycle ever without a Senate retirement.
Even vulnerable Democrats, up for re-election in 2018 in ... States government over a campaign promise that he cannot deliver ... Trump's threat, delivered most recently in a fiery speech in border-state Arizona last ... Republicans have chided Democrats for voting in 2006 to back fencing along the border.
Senate Democrats are united in opposition against money for the wall ... really willing to shut down the United States government over a campaign ... Trump's threat, delivered most recently in a fiery speech in border-state Arizona last week, .... Republicans have chided Democrats for voting in 2006 to back ...
When the mid-term election dust had settled, the Republican Party's ... President George W. Bush suffered a similar voter revolt in the 2006 mid-terms. ... the Senate seat held by Mr. Flake, the mid-term shake-up in Arizona ... But the ill will generated from a race many claim was the dirtiest in Arizona history ...
As Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, weighs whether to run for a third term, he'll now have to calculate what facing an antagonistic President ...
Ever since Donald Trump won the presidency, 2018's race for the Senate ... looked at all of the Senate midterm elections in the popular election era, which ... so many seats to defend and only two real targets, Arizona and Nevada. ... Corker's first election in 2006, during the Democrats' last good midterm, ...

It's a campaign promise he renewed at a rally in Arizona on Tuesday night. ... However, Senator Cruz wouldn't address the concerns of border ...
Donald Trump Jr. and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort ... US senator from Arizona, who brought the dossier to the FBI's attention. ... over the 2006 election, but attempts have also been made to involve Steele ...
After Arizona Republicans learned that a school district in their state offered ... by capitalizing on race-based fears,” Judge A. Wallace Tashima wrote in a scathing opinion. ... Mexican-American studies program started in 2006 when civil rights ... John Huppenthal, then-state senator and chairman of the state ...
Updated at 11:55 p.m. ET. President Trump launched into a lengthy defense of his comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Va., and again ...
At his election night party in Montgomery, Moore said he would "defeat this Washington ... On the campaign trail, Strange is sticking close to Trump -- not McConnell. ... 1 ally in this race, and we believe the President's support will be decisive as we ... He also in 2006 argued in an op-ed that Minnesota Rep.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Arizona Sen. John McCain's favorable rating is 58% after he cast the vote that sank GOP attempts to repeal the ...
The special Senate election in Alabama is a crucial test of President Trump's ... the NRSC, the Senate campaign arm, began intervening in primaries on behalf of ... clout in primaries next year, in Arizona and Nevada, where Sens. ... He lost GOP primary bids for the Alabama governorship in 2006 and 2010.
The Arizona Republican, who is running for re-election next year, released a ... We have to remember, in 2006 we lost both the House and the Senate, and two .... But I didn't tell my staff in the Senate or my political advisors on the campaign. .... WorldNations Race to Prevent Backsliding on North Korea ...
During the 2015-2016 election season, Ukrainian-born billionaire Leonid "Len" ... John Kasich at $250,000 and Arizona Senator John McCain at $200,000. ... leaders who took Blavatnik's money during the 2016 presidential campaign. ... According to the Associated Press, starting in 2006, Deripaska made ...
While Senator Jeff Flake, of Arizona, has persuasive things to say ... its principles as my party did during the 2016 campaign,” Flake writes. ... Flake began to write “Conscience of a Conservative” after a post-election trip to Mexico, ... contributing to The New Yorker in 2006, and joined the magazine as a staff ...
Midterm elections are usually bad for the party in power: 1994, 2006, 2010, ... The Democrats' next best shot at a pick up is unseating Arizona Sen. ... fundraiser, has her own re-election contest in 2018, though that race is not ...
After the election, Sanders seemed to adopt the illusion as an ethos. .... likely to vote for him in the Senate race but for Republicans in others.
Had one known before the election that all four of these Republican incumbents ... For instance, Democrats kicked off their 2018 campaign message in ... years (and also to Republicans in the state's U.S. Senate race last year). ... From 2010-2014, AZ-2 was arguably the most competitive House seat in the ...
If he launches a campaign for Senate, which he has been teasing, Rock would not be the only candidate in the race who has missed elections. ... He also missed a 2006 general election that saw Stabenow defeat GOP challenger and Oakland ... Sen. John McCain of Arizona in a nine-candidate GOP field.
Of the 11 Senate seats the party controls in states President Donald ... a number of top contenders deciding against entering the race, and ... Jeb Bush's 2016 presidential campaign, told Business Insider. ... Jeff Flake of Arizona or Sen. ... of primaries hurting the candidates in the general election," Sullivan ...
Campaign operatives don't want the distraction, just as they head into ... John McCain of Arizona said sarcastically. McCain pointed out that he didn't write a book after losing the 2008 presidential race. ... read an email from Sanders die-hard (and Clinton's 2006 Senate primary opponent) Jonathan Tasini.
He joined the Cap Times in 2006. ... “A Republican senator revolts,” read The Economist headline, with a cartoon of ... In 1964, Goldwater, who was also a Republican senator from Arizona, led a populist presidential primary campaign ... While Goldwater was ultimately thrashed in the general election by ...
told GOP leaders he would run for Senate in 2018, becoming the ... Something as monumental and era-defining as the election of President Donald ... the nation's current arc began in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, in 2006, when Barletta, ... like Arizona draft legislation that would likewise scare immigrants away.
The FBI apparently knew, directly or indirectly, based upon available facts, that prior to Election Day, Trump and his campaign had personal and business dealings with certain individuals and entities linked to criminal elements - including reputed ...
Three more Senate Democrats said Monday they will oppose Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, while top Republicans said they won't propose any deals to avoid a "nuclear" confrontation.
And Barton said even if a court were to conclude the Mesnard-crafted law could be interpreted as furthering the purpose of the 2006 initiative, the Arizona Constitution says changes to initiatives require a three-fourths vote of both the House and Senate.
Louisville, trailing by 20 to a West Virginia, complete an amazing come-from-behind 93-85 win. Illinois, trailing by 15 with just four minutes to play, went on a dazzling 20-5 run to send Arizona to a crushing 90-89 defeat. 2006 - George Mason stuns ...
Berlin - U.S. Sen. John McCain is urging President Donald Trump to nominate a team of senior officials at the State Department to back up new Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
The federal investigations into the Russian hacking of the 2016 presidential election are beginning to come to a head. On Wednesday, Adam Schiff, the ... On Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort had ...
The Kremlin's secret service operatives allegedly planned to kill him, topple his government and replace it with a puppet regime, all because of Montenegro's NATO bid - which Djukanovic had championed until he stepped down after the election. ... Last ...
WASHINGTON - President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition ...
He also sits as a member of Appropriations, Financial Institutions and Ethics Committees after having won election into the State Senate in 2012. He first gained election into the Arizona Legislature in 2006 in the State House representing District 28 ...
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 ...
States that enter into the contract would be able to back out of it several months ahead of an election, and the contract would only take effect once states with at least 270 electoral votes - the same number needed to win the presidency - sign up ...
Miller is also the younger brother of Arizona head coach Sean Miller and served as an assistant at Arizona before becoming the Dayton head coach.
Good morning, it's Sunday, March 19, the 78th day of 2017. There are 287 days left in the year. Temperatures will be around 60 at the start of the day and will rise into the lower 80s this afternoon under a sunny sky before dropping into the 60s overnight.
The states with the greatest gains in ranking were Utah, Michigan, Arizona, and Ohio. The biggest decline was suffered by New Mexico, which dropped 11 places, according to the survey.
Alan Dixon was defeated in his Democratic primary re-election bid by Carol Moseley-Braun, who went on to become the first black woman in the U.S.


 

news and opinion