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 2006 US Senate election in New York

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In 2016, the NRA spent about $2,000 on endorsement postcards for the Linares campaign for state senate. However, the unsolicited ... The only way to compare with other states, like New York and New Jersey, is where the reporting is the same, in direct contributions to candidates. In that category, the NRA ...
In fact, we've changed the rating of only one state: New York moves from safe Democratic to likely Democratic. Otherwise, 18 seats are still .... Democrats are hoping for a bloody GOP primary and some updraft from a competitive U.S. Senate campaign by former Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen. Georgia: ...

August 2016: As the general election campaign between Trump and Hillary Clinton raged, Daniels began talking to Jacob Weisberg, the editor-in-chief of the Slate Group (which owns Slate and Foreign Policy magazines). She told Weisberg about meeting Trump in New York and Los Angeles, including ...
On May 18, 2006, the Senate voted 50-49 to table the amendment, effectively killing it. DeWine and Clinton, then a New York senator, were among those who voted in favor of tabling it. DeWine's campaign spokesman Ryan Stubenrauch said that DeWine "voted to table the amendment because he believed ...
Cynthia Nixon, the Sex and the City actress and activist, is challenging incumbent New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, shaking up an otherwise sleepy Democratic primary race. That's less because of Nixon's celebrity name and more because she's mounting a campaign against the governor from the left, ...
The White House announced Monday that Joseph Mondello will be nominated for the post, which requires U.S. Senate confirmation. He will assume the position if ... Committee from 2006 to 2009. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Mondello endorsed Trump one month before the New York primary.

She told host Jon Stewart that she originally got involved with the STOCK Act in 2006 because she learned that a staffer for Tom DeLay was engaged in day ... The day after her death, New York Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand called for the Amtrak station in Rochester to be renamed after ...
In an apology over the weekend on Facebook, Clinton explained that she had plans during the campaign that “would have focused on the real needs of hard-working yet struggling ... She worked to understand local needs and articulated them, and she carried 58 of New York's 62 counties in 2006. Rather ...
Indeed, they did well in the special election in Pennsylvania's 18th District and in the Alabama Senate race. Turnout was quite high for ... If incumbency is worth what it has been, even a wave of 2006 or 2010 proportions might not be enough to give the Democrats a clear victory. The fight for control of the ...
... steep one, especially given Cuomo's massive money advantage, but Cuomo actually also has a herculean task before him," said Jonathan Tasini, a progressive activist who challenged Hillary Clinton's re-election as senator from New York in 2006, just before she launched her first presidential campaign.

In an article for the New York Times published Wednesday, Tom Ferrick compared Lamb to the Pennsylvania 18th's own Senator Bob Casey, who beat conservative Rick Santorum in a U.S. Senate race back in 2006. “In another era, Mr. Casey would be called a centrist,” Ferrick writes. “Now, he's too ...
President Trump moved Friday to protect the GOP's majority in the U.S. Senate by persuading a Republican challenger to drop out of the primary race .... Trump also confronts elevated concerns in his party for its congressional majorities after Republicans apparently lost a special election in which he was ...
When the Democratic candidate Conor Lamb began his race in a special election in Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district, he faced headwinds of the type that caused horizontal snow in the nor'easter last .... When he first ran for the Senate in 2006, Mr. Casey won the 18th by 11 percentage points.
... win the gubernatorial and US Senate elections in the state easily. No Democrat has won a race for either since. More recently, there are signs that primary turnout may tell us something. Nate Cohn of the New York Times has shown that nationally turnout in primaries since 2004 seems to predict outcomes ...
The Republicans have a wide-open field, with state Sen. Kevin Bacon among the leading contenders. CNN rates the race as likely Republican. • Indiana. Races to watch: Indiana US Senate race. November outlook: Sen. Joe Donnelly is one of the most vulnerable Democrats up for re-election this year.
And in 2017's other big Democratic upset, the special Senate election in Alabama, Republicans were yoked to a wildly controversial candidate who hated ... election in Pennsylvania Trump Country a week from today, after party-affiliated groups spent more than $9 million on a race that should be a “gimme.
UNION CITY, N.J. — Senator Robert Menendez officially announced his intention to run for re-election at a raucous rally on Wednesday, ... His campaign playlist featured numbers like “The Champion” by Carrie Underwood and “I Won't Back Down” by Tom Petty. ... The race could also turn nasty. At the rally ...
2006 College graduate and Democrat Conor Lamb defeated Republican Rick Saccone in the closely-contested special election for Pennsylvania's 18th ... By Wednesday afternoon, all of the absentee ballots had been officially counted, and The New York Times called the race in Lamb's favor.


 

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