Tag: Midterms

Trump Sends Cease and Desist to Arizona Senate Candidate

Attorneys for the former president reportedly issued a cease-and-desist letter to Republican Arizona Senate candidate Mark Brnovich to demand he stop using Trump’s “name, image, and/or likeness”. Brnovich has continued to use Trump’s photograph to fundraise despite Trump’s endorsement of his opponent, Blake Masters, according to The Washington Post. “Your use of President Trump’s name, image,

Rice Ousted by Trump-Backed Challenger in South Carolina

Representative Tom Rice (R-SC) was one of ten Republicans to vote to impeach former President Donald Trump after January 6th. His defeat marks the first ouster of a pro-impeachment Republican as well as Trump’s first success vanquishing an incumbent. Rice surprised many of his colleagues when he joined nine other Republicans in voting to impeach

Elon Musk Makes Rare Political Endorsement

No stranger to politics, Musk chose to wade in deeper than usual Friday morning. Musk, who recently renounced being a Democrat, describes himself as “moderate” and typically sticks to broad commentary over individual endorsements. It is rare for me to endorse political candidates. My political leanings are moderate, so neither fully Republican nor Democrat, which

Herschel Walker, Georgia GOP Senate Nominee, Says He’s ‘Mad’ at Trump

Walker benefitted from Trump’s endorsement early in his campaign, but now he says he’s angry at remarks Trump has made about Walker’s decision to run. Before Walker announced his campaign, former President Donald Trump repeatedly hinted at the possibility and spoke with Walker about his potential. Now, according to The Hill, Walker is denying Trump’s involvement

Dr. Mehmet Oz Declares ‘Presumptive’ Victory in Pennsylvania

Despite the state announcing it would conduct a recount, Oz took to Twitter to declare his win. He currently leads opponent David McCormick by just 902 votes. In a video posted to Twitter, Oz said, “I am blessed to have earned the presumptive Republican nomination for the United States Senate.” It’s time to unite. I

Liz Cheney Highlights ‘Rule of Law’ in Official Reelection Launch

Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) officially announced her reelection bid, seeking her seat for the fourth time even as her own party has largely turned against her. “Some things have to matter,” Cheney said in her announcement video. “American freedom, the rule of law, our founding principles, the foundations of our republic matter. What we do in this

Madison Cawthorn Responds to Leaked Lingerie Pictures

The representative responded to embarrassing vacation photos leaked to Politico by someone “formerly close to his campaign”. Cawthorn, 26, has found himself involved in a series of controversies over the past few weeks. The latest involves a set of photographs of the congressman wearing what appears to be lingerie and women’s accessories in a party

Florida Senate Passes Congressional Map

Florida Republicans will adopt one of the most aggressive congressional maps. The new map adds four districts for the GOP while eliminating three held by Democrats. That would create twenty seats that favor Republicans and eight that lean toward Democrats. The Florida House is expected to pass the map tomorrow then send it to DeSantis

McCarthy Sets Agenda for GOP Takeover

At a House Republican retreat in Florida, the current minority leader and party officials reviewed policies they plan to pursue and potential investigations to launch into people close with the Biden administration. McCarthy has been effective as minority leader, uniting the party after a tumultuous election. He navigated a series of controversies involving far-right members,