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California Politics: The decade that rescued the state budget
How much will California redistricting shift political power?
California Politics: A dramatic do-over of maps for Congress
California Politics: The time change that wasn’t
Celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz set to run for US Senate as Republican
How much will California redistricting shift political power? – ABC10.com KXTV
Celebrity Surgeon Dr. Oz Running for Senate in Pennsylvania – U.S. News & World Report
Celebrity physician Dr. Oz launches campaign for Senate in Pa. as a Republican
Celebrity birthdays for the week of Dec. 5-11 – Belleville News-Democrat
Dr. Oz is expected to join Pa.’s U.S. Senate race
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California Politics: The decade that rescued the state budget How much will California redistricting shift political power? California Politics: A dramatic do-over of maps for Congress California Politics: The time change that wasn’t Celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz set to run for US Senate as Republican How much will California redistricting shift political power? – ABC10.com KXTV Celebrity Surgeon Dr. Oz Running for Senate in Pennsylvania – U.S. News & World Report Celebrity physician Dr. Oz launches campaign for Senate in Pa. as a Republican Celebrity birthdays for the week of Dec. 5-11 – Belleville News-Democrat Dr. Oz is expected to join Pa.’s U.S. Senate race
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Trump’s Georgia Rally Promises Fireworks As Primary Slate Takes Shape

Former President Donald Trump’s rally in Perry on Saturday promises to end with a fireworks show, but the real fireworks have come from his singular focus on upending Republican politics in Georgia after losing in 2020. The Save America Rally is the main event of a nearly daylong celebration of Trump and his vise grip on the base of the party, starting with a University of Georgia football watch party…
Sep
2021
25

Democrats Face Tough Choices as They Look to Shrink Safety Net Bill

WASHINGTON — Democrats have a variety of options for cutting the package down to size, from jettisoning proposed programs outright to curtailing them or using gimmicks to control their cost. But they have little room for error given their slim majorities in Congress, where they need the support of every Democrat in the Senate and all but a few in the House to deliver it to President Biden’s desk. Top…
Sep
2021
24

California Politics: There are so many Democrats

There weren’t many things Larry Elder avoided talking about on the campaign trail during his brief but consequential run for governor in the Democrats. “You know, I was talking to a friend of mine and he was reminding me of a scene from ‘Star Wars,’” Elder said during an interview last weekend with California (Surfing)’s biggest political battles are not between Republicans and California (Surfing)’s deep blue politics The seeds…
Sep
2021
24

Why I’m a Single-Issue Voter – The Bulwark

In a few weeks, Virginia will hold an election and I will have to make a decision. Both the Democratic and the Republican candidates for governor could be described as moderates. In the past, it would have been no contest. I’d have voted Republican. But now, though Terry McAuliffe leaves me cold, I will vote for him. I guess that makes me a single-issue voter. What is that issue? Take…
Sep
2021
23

Threats linger over members of Congress as a Trump adversary calls it quits

CLEVELAND — For 20 years, nothing could stop Anthony Gonzalez. He was a speedy wide receiver at St. Ignatius High School, one of Cleveland’s prep football powerhouses. He was a star at Ohio State. And then he went to the NFL as a first-round draft pick who caught passes from Peyton Manning before injuries derailed his promising career. Even then, Gonzalez kept on going: MBA at Stanford University, job in…
Sep
2021
22

Scott Lay, chronicler of California politics with a must-read newsletter, dies at 48

Scott Lay, an attorney by training, a fierce advocate for community colleges and the author of a must-read newsletter in the state Capitol, has died at 48. His death prompted an outpouring of grief in Sacramento, from those who knew Lay as a lobbyist to subscribers of the Nooner, Lay’s daily email roundup of political news, legislative activity, job openings and policy, all laced with insider gossip and observations. For…
Sep
2021
21

What’s at Stake in the 2022 Races for Governor

Should Mr. Jones best Mr. Kemp in the primary (and if Ms. Abrams does decide to run), he would set up a historic race: the first time in modern U.S. history when both major parties nominated a Black candidate for governor. Kansas In 2018, Laura Kelly, a Democrat, won an unlikely victory in this blood-red state, thanks to the deep unpopularity of cuts to education spending by former Gov. Sam…
Sep
2021
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Analysis | Think all politics are local? The California recall says most politics are now national. – The Washington Post

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