In most states, Democrats seem to be turning out in larger numbers than Republicans, but the GOP is edging closer in some.
In the final presidential debate, Americans were given two choices: A progressive candidate and former vice president with specific plans for the future and a former forever TV “reality show” who repeated his disproven lies and false claims.
Trump, the women say, doesn’t understand them or the needs of their families or America. He has to go.
Recycling the same tactics and insults that worked in 2016 in a race with more issues and more awareness of the president’s failures and lies.
Political wrangling and stalemates prevented any needed help or stimulus for millions of Americans out of work and out of money.
The falsehoods and phony claims gush out of his garbage mouth like verbal diarrhea.
Peters’ seat could be a key to control of the Senate in this year’s election.
One of the most-scandal-ridden and corrupt presidents in the history of the Republic goes into the final month of a troubled campaign low on cash, infected with a virus he ignored and mishandled, facing a public that is tired of his lies, stunts, and faltering showmanship.
With the important Nov. 3 presidential election exactly five weeks away, we begin a daily roundup of what is or is not happening for a choice that could decide the future of our nation’s democratic republic and our way of life.
The Democratic presidential contender promises to “fact check” the president during their debates.