As the 2018 midterm approaches, one of the most closely tracked demographic groups will be white women. When Donald Trump won the presidency, these voters took a lot of the credit, or the blame. According to the election exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white women voted for Trump,...
Everyone knows that far fewer people vote in midterm congressional elections than in presidential elections, and that even fewer participate in state, local or special elections that aren’t timed with either of the national ballots. In the past two years, both California and Iowa passed laws requiring those lower-level elections (a different kind in each case) […]
Late last year former White House chief strategist told The Gateway Pundit that he believed Robert Mueller would drop his report in the fall of 2017 to impact the midterm elections. This was months ago before the (conservative) public...Show More Summary
The upturn follows an aggressive advertising campaign by the party and coincides with an eroding Democratic lead in polls gauging midterm election prospects.
“They’ve already proven — last week in testimony with all our intelligence chiefs out there, they said there’s already indications they’re messing with 2018 midterm elections. Whether it’s fake news through social media, through using these bots, whatever it is. Show More Summary
The U.S. indictment handed up against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won’t be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.
The map is biased against Democrats, but it wouldn't take that much for a Democratic wave to turn into a tsunami.
As Republicans brace for a challenging midterm election cycle, the National Republican Congressional Committee is boosting another round of candidates who will receive assistance through a program dedicated to incumbents … Click to Continue »
The vice president's comments follow warnings by top intelligence officials about Russia's efforts to undermine the 2018 midterms.
The measure followed warnings from U.S. intelligence officials that midterm races in November are likely to see renewed meddling from Russia and possibly other foreign adversaries.
News and analysis from the WSJ's Washington bureau.
ABC News: State and local election systems remain vulnerable to outside attacks ahead of the upcoming midterm elections, House Democrats warned in a new report obtained by ABC News. The final report issued by the Congressional Task Force on Election Security, … Continue reading ?
When Sen. Angus King (I-ME) asked CIA Director Mike Pompeo if President Trump had asked him specifically “to try and stop the Russian meddling in the midterm elections, Pompeo dodged, feigning an inability to understand the question,” Defense One reports. [...]
NYT: Russia is already meddling in the midterm elections this year, the top American intelligence officials said on Tuesday, warning that Moscow is using a digital strategy to worsen the country’s political and social divisions. Russia is using fake accounts … Continue reading ?
The president's intelligence chiefs say Russia will interfere in 2018 midterms and there is little to stop them.
The nation's top intelligence officials said Tuesday that the U.S. has seen Russian activity aimed at meddling in the upcoming midterm elections. (Feb. 14)
The intel chiefs warned Congress that the threat is as real as ever. The intelligence community put out a dire warning in testimony before Congress Tuesday: Russia remains determined to undermine American democracy as we head into the 2018 midterm elections. Show More Summary
U.S. intelligence claims Russia will likely target 2018 midterm elections by sowing political turmoil. So should all Americans be skeptical of dissent? The post US Intelligence Invites Citizens To Dismiss Dissent As Part Of Russia’s Efforts To Undermine Midterm Elections appeared first on Shadowproof.
U.S. intelligence agencies determined Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election. On Tuesday, officials warned we could see more hacking during the 2018 midterms. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.