Anthony DeLuca, Illinois House 80th District Democratic nominee profile

Anthony DeLuca, Illinois House 80th District Democratic nominee. | Provided photo His top priorities include property tax relief, private sector job growth and public education. Candidate profile Anthony DeLuca Running for: Illinois State Representative, 80th District Political party affiliation: D Political/civic background: Member and President, Bloom Township High School District Board of Education, 1995-2003. Mayor, […]

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Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court: sources

President Trump plans to announce that Amy Coney Barrett will be his nominee to the Supreme Court to fill the seat vacated by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, multiple sources told Fox News on Friday. The president is expected to make the announcement during a White House event on Saturday. Barrett currently serves […]

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‘Restaurants for Biden’: Famous chefs, restaurateurs claim Trump ‘failed’ industry

They’re riding with Biden. An open letter in favor of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has reportedly been signed by some of the restaurant industry’s biggest names, according to food news website Eater. “Restaurants across America are facing an existential crisis because of Donald Trump’s mismanagement of COVID-19,” reads the letter, which has been made […]

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Harris says Ginsburg broke ‘barriers,’ clearing path for other women to follow

Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris is praising the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for breaking gender barriers that cleared a path for women of the following generations to succeed. As she paid her last respects to Ginsburg, who lay in state at the U.S. Capitol on Friday, the senator from California […]

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Kamala Harris under scrutiny in Supreme Court showdown following testy 2018 Kavanaugh hearings

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is coming under increased scrutiny as the Supreme Court showdown comes to a tipping point ahead of November’s election. Following the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week, Democrats and Republicans have been locked in a constant struggle over the vacant seat on the high court. HARRIS […]

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Trump says Dems’ ‘war on cops’ puts ‘police lives in danger,’ calls for end to Biden’s ‘anti-police crusade’

President Trump on Thursday accused 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden of pushing an “anti-police crusade.” “Biden’s anti-police crusade must stop,” Trump said. “I will always stand with the heroes of law enforcement.” The president, who has been campaigning largely on a pro-law-and-order message as crime spikes in major cities across the country amid civil […]

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Why the Supreme Court Fight Is a Tightrope for Trump in November

WASHINGTON — As President Trump prepares to reveal his Supreme Court nominee on Saturday, and Senate Republicans move to hold lightning-quick confirmation hearings ahead of the election, they are making risky calculations aimed at navigating difficult political straits with less than 40 days left in the campaign. In order to achieve a new 6-3 conservative […]

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Harris makes misleading statement on COVID-19 business loans while campaigning in Michigan

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris made a misleading claim while campaigning in Michigan on Tuesday regarding the supposed disparities in COVID-19 relief funds to Black restaurant owners, according to a report. While visiting Flint and Michigan, Harris claimed that out of the hundreds of restaurants in Michigan that received relief funds from the Paycheck […]

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Fed’s Brainard Seen at Top of Biden’s Treasury Secretary List

© Bloomberg. Lael Brainard (Bloomberg) — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s search for a Treasury secretary is widely seen as focusing on Lael Brainard of the Federal Reserve, a choice that would keep both Wall Street and progressives in line. The more provocative choice of Senator Elizabeth Warren hasn’t been ruled out but is far […]

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Why Arizona’s Latino vote has Democrats in a tailspin

Democrats are worried 2020 presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign isn’t reaching Latino voters, and heavily populated “purple” states like Arizona could make all the difference come November. Although Biden has maintained a narrow edge above President Trump in several battlegrounds, a recent ABC News/Washington Post public opinion survey showed the president holding a 1-point 49%-48% edge over the […]

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Trump battling Biden, liberal media at presidential debates: Sarah Sanders

President Trump will not only be battling Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden during the presidential debates but also the liberal media, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday. Sanders, a Fox News contributor, told “America’s Newsroom” that Trump “isn’t just up against Joe Biden, unfortunately he is up against the liberal media who want Joe Biden to […]

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Trump hits Biden for holding no public events for the day, slams him as ‘low energy’

President Trump slammed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for not holding any public events on Thursday, blasting the former vice president as “a very low energy individual.” “Sleepy Joe Biden just closed down his campaign for the day (Again). Wants the rest!” Trump tweeted Thursday. ON THE 2020 CAMPAIGN TRAIL: WHERE ARE THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES […]

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Valerie Jarrett: Why She’s Determined To Call Out ‘Racist’ & ‘Sexist’ Media Coverage Of Kamala Harris

Valerie Jarrett refuses to stay quiet if the Democratic VP nominee is treated unfairly in the media based on her race and gender. Here’s why she has Kamala Harris’s ‘back.’ Days before Joe Biden announced that he had chosen Senator Kamala Harris to be his running mate, Valerie Jarrett was among a group of women […]

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Facebook to block political ads claiming election victory until ‘results have been declared’

Facebook will block President Trump, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and other political candidates from posting ads declaring victory in the Nov. 3 election until results have been finalized, a company spokesperson said Wednesday. “Facebook will be rejecting political ads that claim victory before the results of the 2020 election have been declared,” Facebook spokesperson […]

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Theresa J. Raborn, 2nd Congressional District Republican nominee profile

Theresa J. Raborn, 2nd Congressional District Republican nominee. | Provided photo Her top priorities include economic investment, education and criminal justice.   Candidate profile Theresa Raborn Running for: U.S. Congress (IL-02) Political party affiliation: Republican Political/civic background: Election Judge 2018 Occupation: Homeschooling Mom, Former Claims Processor, Former Business Owner Education: Bachelors in Criminal Justice (GSU), […]

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Biden says he’ll begin prepping for debate ‘really heavily’ on Thursday

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he’s begun to prepare for next week’s presidential debate, but that more intense preparation begins on Thursday. “I started to prepare but I haven’t gotten into it really heavily, we’ll be beginning tomorrow,” Biden told reporters as he boarded a flight from an airport in New […]

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Trump on SCOTUS nominee: ‘Watch the abuse she will take’

President Trump told supporters in Pennsylvania to “watch the abuse” his nominee for the Supreme Court would take after he released her name on Saturday. Speaking at the Pittsburgh Airport in Moon Township, Pa., Trump confirmed he would release the name of his pick to fill the seat vacated following the death of late Justice Ruth […]

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Schumer: If Republicans confirm new justice, they ‘will have stolen’ 2 SCOTUS seats

Lacking the votes in the Senate to stop a new Supreme Court nominee from being confirmed, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., accused Republicans of stealing the newly open seat by moving forward to confirm President Trump’s upcoming pick. “If Leader McConnell presses forward, the Republican majority will have stolen two Supreme Court seats four years apart […]

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Dems, mainstream media won’t ‘like or support’ any Supreme Court nomination by GOP president: Gowdy

Democrats and the mainstream media are “not going to like or support any nominee for the Supreme Court put forth by a Republican president,” former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said on the latest episode of “The Trey Gowdy Podcast” Tuesday. “If you’re trying to find some consensus pick, you can’t, because they don’t […]

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Joe Biden blasts Bernie in pitch to Wisconsin voters: ‘I beat the socialist’

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to slight his former opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Monday in an attempt to assuage voters’ concerns that he would pursue a socialist agenda if he wins November’s election. Fox 11’s Kia Murray asked Biden: “If you could address our camera directly, talk to the voters that are worried […]

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Biden refuses to say whether he would add seats to Supreme Court

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Monday refused to say whether he supports growing calls from his party to add more members to the Supreme Court if Republicans fill a vacancy before the Nov. 3 election. “It’s a legitimate question. But let me tell you why I’m not going to answer that question: Because it will […]

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Biden adviser says unrealistic to “fully decouple” from China

© Reuters. Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks at campaign event in Manitowoc, Wisconsin WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrat Joe Biden would seek to reset the terms of economic and technology ties with China while combating unfair practices and aggressively enforcing U.S. trade laws, a senior foreign policy adviser to the former U.S. vice president […]

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Cotton: Americans want judges ‘who understand the difference between making the law and applying the law’

The Senate will not wait on processing a nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., told “The Story” Monday. “That’s what he [President Trump] campaigned on doing in 2016 and we will process that nominee without delay,” Cotton told host Martha MacCallum. “We did […]

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Seth Lewis, Illinois House 45th District Republican nominee profile

Seth Lewis, Illinois House 45th District Republican nominee. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times His top priorities include infrastructure, public safety and flooding. Candidate profile Seth Lewis Running for: Illinois House District #45 Political party affiliation: Republican Political/civic background: Candidate for State Senate in 2016 and 2018. Former trustee of the Bartlett Fire Protection District. Bartlett Raiders Football […]

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Republican Pat O’Brien cutting into Democratic State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s lead, GOP poll finds

Republican nominee Pat O’Brien, left, speaks during a “Defend the Police” rally in July; Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, right, speaks to reporters after winning in the Democratic primary in March. | Pat Nabong/Sun-Times-file; Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times file Foxx was leading O’Brien, 48.1% to 33.8%, with 18.1% undecided. County GOP Chairman Sean Morrison said […]

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