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Senators Respond to Trump's Unauthorized Military Strike on Syria by Trying to Give Him Even More War Powers ... and former vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine (D-Va.) ... They wrote a commentary for The New York Times arguing that the AUMF should instead be repealed and not replaced at all:.

Now Mr. Bredesen is running for the Senate seat being vacated by a Republican, Bob Corker, and his track record makes him the rarest of Democrats: not an incumbent but nonetheless a formidable candidate in a solidly Republican state, allowing his party to go on the offensive in an improbable place.
The third and final candidate for WKU's new provost and vice president for academic affairs is scheduled to visit campus tomorrow. ... at Western Carolina University, University of Northern Colorado, California State University in Long Beach and Binghamton University in New York, according to her CV.
She got involved with Hillary Clinton's successful Senate campaign in 2006 and, joining many women who were disquieted by unfair treatment (by the media ... book tour that has taken her to the West Coast and back, is speaking via phone from her home in New York's Westchester County on a rare off-day.
Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) joined three women in the Senate, Susan Collins (R-ME), Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), and Joni Ernst (R-IA), to discuss female representation in politics at a TimesTalks forum in New York. At the event, the women touched on some of the problems that dog female candidates—crises of ...
But he warned about McDaniel, whom he called the “Mississippi Roy Moore,” and urged the donors to realize that GOP Senate candidates need more money, and soon. “Late last year we wrote: 'Republicans can expect to face the toughest political conditions next year since 2006, when the party lost ...
With his formal entry into the campaign, Mr. Scott, a 65-year-old Republican, made Florida a centerpiece of the midterm elections, featuring one of the most ... and Republicans have repeatedly bested Democrats in most statewide Florida midterm races since 2006 — though Mr. Nelson's win was one of two ...
No one should have been surprised last week when the Real Estate Board of New York gave $115,000 to a group trying to elect a Republican state Senate candidate in a Westchester County special election set for this month. Money has been pouring into that race, as it will to other Senate contests seen ...
Republicans have found midterm success in nominating candidates who appeal to the conservative base, said Brad Herold, a campaign adviser for Representative Ron DeSantis of Palm Coast, in northeast Florida, who is running for governor. “We've got the presidential endorsement. We're not going to ...


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