Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been everything from “America’s Toughest Sheriff” to guilty of criminal contempt. The post ‘Toughest Sheriff’ Now GOP’s Toughest Senate Candidate appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra urged Gov. Cuomo to fire his appointees to the MTA board.
(AP Photo/Matt York) Former Maricopa County Sheriff and U.S. Senate candidate Joe Arpaio at his office on January 10, 2018, in Fountain Hills, Arizona S hould liberals and Democrats pray for a Joe Arpaio victory in the Republican primary for U.S. Show More Summary
Cross-posted from my blog. Promoted by Rosi. Former GOP Assemblyman (LD16) and 2017 Gubernatorial Candidate, Jack Ciattarelli, closed his recent op-ed in the Star Ledger with this: New Jersey can be fixed. But first we need some truth-telling. I agree....Read more
U.S. House Rep. Martha McSally (R – Az.) made her long-expected official announcement that she is running for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake this year. In her campaign announcement video, the retired Air...Show More Summary
Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH) is off to a strong start in the Ohio Senate race, arguing on Fox Friday morning that we should not judge President Trump on “what he says.” Asked about Trump’s “shithole countries” comment — about accepting immigrants from majority-black countries — Renacci said, “Well, look, I’ve said all along, the president […]
Republicans running in special elections for two legislative seats are heading for a primary. Two GOP candidates filed to run in the Feb. 12 election before Thursday's registration deadline for … Click to Continue »
BISMARCK, North Dakota (AP) — Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota got a hard sell last week from President Donald Trump, who gave Cramer and his wife a personal tour of the West Wing and used the gilded luster of the newly renovated Oval Office to entreat Cramer to challenge popular Democratic Sen. Show More Summary
Republicans are having trouble lining up quality Senate candidates in some key races.
A Republican House candidate forum in central Pennsylvania was cancelled on Wednesday after one participant alleged another held white supremacist views. As Fox News reported, candidate Andrew Lewis, a pro-Trump Iraq war veteran, alleged that fellow candidate Sean M. Donahue, holds...
The author of the bestseller Hillbilly Elegy is in Washington, D.C. this week meeting with top Republicans wanting him to run for Senate in Ohio. The candidate previously favored by the GOP was Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel, who abruptly ended his campaign last week citing his wife’s newly diagnosed health issues. Show More Summary
I am a lidless eye of flame that burns with violent hatred for all it gazes upon. My house is a volcano, and I command several armies of orcs. For many years, I have feared this would disqualify me from holding public office. As an immortal being who demands the sacrifice of children and cannot abide […]
The monthlong period for political candidates to enter Indiana's May primaries is opening, during which time the size of the Republican field for the party's U.S. Senate nomination will be … Click to Continue »
The leader of New York's Republican Party remains upbeat about the GOP's chances against Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo this fall, even though the number of potential Republican candidates continues to … Click to Continue »
A Republican candidate with a shady legal and ethical past is running for a Senate seat in a reliably red state—which will likely lead to Democrats winning the seat. Sound familiar? That’s one clear scenario if former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio runs in Arizona, as he announced on his...
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is adding his name to the list of candidates for Connecticut governor. The nine-term mayor announced Tuesday that he will seek the GOP nomination. Gov. Dannel … Click to Continue »
Controversial former sheriff Joe Arpaio announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, sparking what is bound to be a GOP squabble over who the party should posture as their candidate of choice. Read morehis | Linking Blogs | Comments
The historic unpopularity of Trump and the GOP tax bill have left the party without a single, statewide candidate at the start of 2018.