Tag: Primary

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

Palin Leads Early Alaska Special Primary Election Results

Saturday was the last day for Alaska voters to cast ballots in the 48-candidate US House special primary election to narrow down who will temporarily fill late GOP Representative Don Young’s seat throughout the current term. Initial results showed Republican Sarah Palin with a significant lead at about 35%. Kris Perry, Palin’s campaign manager, told Anchorage

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