Republican Sen. John Boozman's campaign is spending nearly half a million dollars on a new television ad portraying himself as someone who puts Arkansas first as he enters the final … Click to Continue »
If Democrat Jason Kander doesn’t win the Missouri Senate race, it won’t be because the military veteran didn’t run enough good ads. His latest offering stars retired Army Col. John McCracken Sr., who identifies himself as Kander’s commander...Show More Summary
Hey, John McCain, remember your promise that Republicans will be united in opposing a Supreme Court nominee from Hillary Clinton? Guess what that means for Democrats: Outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said he is confident...Show More Summary
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman, who left the Democratic party after he lost a Senate primary and eventually endorsed Sen. John McCain for president, is now working as a surrogate for Hillary Clinton in Florida, according to the Times of Israel.
A look at where Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman and Democratic challenger Conner Eldridge stand on several issues in Arkansas' U.S. Senate race: HEALTH CARE Boozman opposed the Affordable Care … Click to Continue »
Republican Sen. John Boozman's fight against Democratic challenger Conner Eldridge has drawn barely a fraction of the money and attention of the 2014 Senate race, when national groups and candidates … Click to Continue »
(John Hinderaker) The Florida Senate race has been good for some laughs in a generally grim election season. It pits incumbent Marco Rubio against former Republican Patrick Murphy, whose main qualification is inherited wealth. The candidates agreed to debate on Univision, an important Spanish-language outlet in south Florida. Show More Summary
The Baton Rouge Advocate reports: John Kennedy and Foster Campbell lead the field in the race to qualify for the U.S. Senate runoff less than three weeks before Election Day, an independent poll showed Thursday. But the biggest newsShow More Summary
“I promise you that we will be united against any Supreme Court nominee that Hillary Clinton, if she were president, would put up,” Senator John McCain said on a radio interview in Pennsylvania on Monday. “I promise you. This is where we need the majority.” So John McCain, in his 28th year in...
When it comes to Trump, John McCain is willing to defend democratic principles. When it comes to the Supreme Court, it's a different story.
One of the caches of emails from Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign head John Podesta released by Wikileaks revealed President Obama’s personal email address: email@example.com. Messages sent to and from that address show that Obama...Show More Summary
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) released a lengthy statement today on election etiquette, likely in response to remarks made by Donald Trump at last night’s debate when asked if he would accept the results of the election. Said Trump: “I’ll te… Read The post John McCain Schools Donald Trump on How to Lose an Election Graciously appeared first on Towleroad.
In dishonorably surrendering to toxic politics, Arizona’s senior senator has sold his soul The post An Open Letter to John McCain appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Senate Republicans have scrambled to walk back comments by Sen. John McCain that they will oppose any Supreme Court nomination made by Hillary Clinton. But the public shouldn't take them seriously. The post Why We Shouldn’t Believe Senate Republicans Who Claim They’ll Stop Blocking Judicial Nominees After the Election appeared first on Rewire.
(John Hinderaker) Tonight, John, Scott and Steve got together to talk about the strangest political season of modern times. Questions abound: Does Trump still have a chance? Will tomorrow night’s debate matter? Will the Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
So Arizona Sen. John McCain went on the radio in Pennsylvania on Monday—ostensibly to help Sen. Pat Toomey’s re-election (in Pennsylvania?) and declared that Senate Republicans “ will be united against any Supreme Court nominee thatShow More Summary
After Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died this year, President Obama went about nominating a successor, as required by the Constitution. But Senate Republicans — including John McCain of Arizona — resisted, insisting that the vacancy should be filled by the president chosen by voters in November....
Senator McCain’s promise not to approve a Democratic president’s Supreme Court pick portends some big changes.
Well, if there’s one Republican senator who has vowed to block Clinton’s Supreme Court, it’s Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). The maverick senator, who...
John McCain made the case for a GOP Senate majority – and offered Republicans an opportunity to walk away from Donald Trump – when he told a Philadelphia radio station he would work to block any Supreme Court nominee put forward by a President Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary