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Kavanaugh effect puts Heller over-the-top in Nevada

Dean Heller with Susan Collins

A combination of the dastardly deeds by Democrats against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Trump’s rally in Nevada may have pushed Republican incumbent Senator Dean Heller into the lead for his Nevada Senate seat. A new NBC News/Marist poll puts Heller over his Democratic rival, Jacky Rosen, by 2 points. While the lead is within in the margin of error, it ...

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‘We can rebuild your home, we can’t rebuild your life’: Gov. Scott says ahead of Hurricane Michael landfall

Governor Rick Scott issued stern warnings ahead of a forecast landfall of Hurricane Michael in Florida. “The potential of 12 feet of storm surge in some areas is just deadly,” Scott said Tuesday morning. “We can rebuild your home. We can’t rebuild your life.” "The potential of 12 feet of storm surge in some areas is just deadly," Florida Gov. Rick ...

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Florida braces: Michael to hit Wednesday as a Hurricane

Tropical Storm Michael formed early Sunday and the storm’s track takes aim at Florida’s panhandle. The storm will move into the Gulf of Mexico early Tuesday and continue a northward trek that will likely impact northern Florida Wednesday afternoon as a Category 1 Hurricane. Michael is forecast to then move through parts of Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas later in ...

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President Trump’s influence and Kavanaugh confirmation aid GOP candidates

Donald Trump success

Republican Senate candidates have seen serious bumps in the polls due to a combination of President Trump’s rallies and Democrats’ morally-bankrupt handling of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process. Senator Marsha Blackburn saw a 10-point swing in a poll held just after Trump held one of his Make America Great Again rallies in support of her candidacy. The most recent poll ...

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Obama’s National Security Advisor may run against Collins for Senate Seat

Former National Security Advisor to President Obama, Susan Rice, is considering a run for office in 2020, but instead of joining the massive cadre of liberals hoping to unseat President Trump, she wants someone else’s job. Rice, the ‘liar of Benghazi’, hinted that she might run against Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine). Rice’s interest in the Collins’ seat came in response ...

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