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Democrats have 24 seats up for election, Republicans have nine and the two Independent senators, Bernie Sanders (Vermont) and Angus King (Maine), are both ... Other political pundits seem to agree, though Donnelly has raised more money than the three candidates vying for the GOP spot on the ticket.
Last week's Rhode Island political developments among both Democrats and Republicans shook up the 2018 political campaigns. RIPR political analyst Scott ... The last time most voters paid attention to Brown was in 2006, when his primary campaign for U.S. Senate crashed. He is already staking out ...

That's why Kansas voters could elect Democrat Kathleen Sebelius as governor in 2002 and 2006 but have not elected a Democrat to the Senate since 1932. ... Bredesen's December campaign announcement video, a two-and-a-half-minute spot, featured the candidate talking to viewers. Dressed in a plaid ...
Former U.S. Sen. Lincoln Chafee said he's highly likely to make a Democratic primary challenge to Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse this year. "I'm 90 percent there," ... Campaign Committee is now led by Mindy Myers, a former chief of staff for Whitehouse who piloted his winning campaign over Chafee in 2006.
Sanders, who was first elected to the U.S. House in 1990 and the Senate in 2006, has not said whether he will seek reelection this November. ... But Sanders, who has declined to say whether he would mount a second presidential campaign in 2020, isn't using the money simply to stump in Vermont.
An active member in the greater Burlington community, Dutton is the chair of the Fletcher Allen Health Care Board of Trustees, a director of the Vermont Business Roundtable, and a director of the Flynn Center for Performing Arts. He earned his law degree from Vanderbilt University and his undergraduate ...

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: Open seat; held by Gov. Nathan Deal (R). Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Secretary of State Brian Kemp head the list of Republican candidates ...
Jackson joined the White House medical team in 2006 and is perhaps best known for his appearance before the press corps in January, announcing the ... Sen. Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont and a former chairman of the panel, cautioned that Jackson would not be approved if he supported ...
No one else comes close to either candidate. Biden even leads in New Hampshire, which is right next to Sanders' home state of Vermont and where he crushed Clinton in the 2016 primary. A February University of New Hampshire survey put Biden at 35% to Sanders at 24%. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, from ...
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders was elected to the Senate in 2006, after serving in the U.S. House, the post to which he was first elected in 1990. Vermont's lone U.S. Rep. ... Despite the lack of women in Congress, Vermont's political bench is filled with possible female candidates. A survey of women in ...

According to polls available to GOP leaders from the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Hyde-Smith is currently in third place behind the anti-establishment Republican Chris McDaniel and a prospective Democratic candidate. President Trump · Donald John TrumpMcCaskill: Clinton should be ...
Supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders are already calling on him to run for president in 2020. The Vermont politician has yet to confirm or ... Elected to the Senate in 2006, Sanders is the longest-standing independent in U.S. congressional history. He caucuses with the Democratic Party, which ...
November outlook: Democratic Sen. Bob Casey could face a tough re-election if Republicans raise enough money and run a strong campaign in the commonwealth. CNN currently rates seven of the 18 House seats as key races to watch. New districts that were handed down by the state Supreme Court ...
Receives 71% of the vote. 2013-2015 - Serves as chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs. April 30, 2015 - Announces his run for the Democratic presidential nomination in an email to supporters and media. May 1, 2015 - Sanders' campaign raises more than $1.5 million in its first 24 hours.
Bernie Sanders — elected to the Senate in 2006 after 16 years in the House — looks like he is out to follow the Reagan model by trying to hit it big with the 14-Year Rule after a failed run for the White House. (This may be the only time when the Vermont socialist and the Hollywood conservative are linked in ...
Running as a member of the Progressive Party (a left-wing Vermont third party formed by Bernie Sanders's supporters in the 1990s), she faces incumbent ... Sanders also served as a senior policy analyst for his father's presidential campaign, in addition to taking time off for Bernie's first Senate run in 2006.
Introduced in 2017 by Sen. Anthony Pollina, P-Washington, and approved by the Senate in March, S.120 amends Vermont's campaign finance laws to eliminate direct contributions from corporations and partnerships to political candidates or parties. The bill would rewrite Vermont campaign laws to ensure ...
But fellow Democratic candidate Antonio Villaraigosa, the former Los Angeles mayor, blasted the legislative proposal as political fantasy that would be too costly for the ... Single-payer health care is being pushed by the liberal wing of the Democratic Party as a new litmus test, fueled in part by Vermont Sen.
Following Jim Jeffords' retirement from the U.S. Senate, Bernie became a U.S. senator in the 2006 election. ... Party, details in her book (“Hacks: The Inside Story”) how the Democratic National Committee was run by the Clinton campaign long before the Democratic Convention chose her as its candidate.


 

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