President Trump told House Speaker Paul Ryan he would be “very unhappy” if the Wisconsin Republican retires after the 2018 elections, Politico reports. “Ryan has told his closest confidants that his current term as House speaker will be his last…. [...]
This year’s special elections and a host of objective factors continue to point toward a good midterm for the Donkey Party.
Is House Speaker Paul Ryan retiring? According to a new report from POLITICO, the Wisconsin lawmaker is set to leave Washington after the 2018 midterm elections. BREAKING NEWS: @politico: @SpeakerRyan tells confidants he plans to retire after the 2018 midterm elections. Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan is reportedly contemplating leaving Congress after the 2018 midterm elections — and he wants to enact cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid on his way out the door. Politico reports that Ryan, buoyed by his recent success in marshaling a massive tax cut...
Politico is reporting that Paul Ryan is retiring. They claim he will leave after the 2018 midterm elections. Ryan has been in Congress since 1999. I have to wonder if
One of the GOP's top leaders may be walking away soon. The post BREAKING: Speaker Paul Ryan Reportedly Considering Retirement After Midterm Elections appeared first on RedState.
Democrat Doug Jones’ upset victory in Alabama’s Senate race on Tuesday gives Democrats renewed hope of an electoral wave in the 2018 midterm elections, but it comes with a warning—a strangely shaped one. In much of the country, partisan and racial gerrymandering is so extreme that it could prevent Democrats from taking control of the House […]
The Democrat Doug Jones' upset victory in Alabama on Tuesday provided more reason for Republicans to worry about the 2018 midterm elections. Jones turned out a remarkable number of voters in an "off" year to squeeze out a victory over...Show More Summary
Democrat wins Senate seat in Alabama in blow to Trump (Reuters) Capital Journal: With Alabama Loss, Trump and GOP Face Political Reckoning (WSJ) Democratic Victory Stirs GOP Anxiety Over Midterm Elections (WSJ) Fed Expected to RaiseShow More Summary
The defeat of Roy S. Moore, the Republican, in Alabama’s Senate election contains some worrying signs for the party as it heads into the 2018 midterms.
Democrats heralded the party’s push to reclaim House and Senate majorities in the 2018 midterm elections.
Democrats can smell victory in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. But don’t underestimate the Republicans. The post Donald Trump’s divisiveness could drive Dixie Democrats appeared first on Macleans.ca.
If Roy Moore wins Alabama's Senate race on Tuesday, Sen. Lindsey Graham said the GOP should expect consequences in the 2018 midterm elections.
A new Monmouth poll in Alabama finds slight differences in turnout could dramatically change the outcome of tomorrow’s special U.S. Senate election. A standard midterm turnout model gives Roy Moore (R) a slight advantage over Doug Jones (D), 48% to [...]
This has got to have a backlash and that may well manifest itself in the 2018 elections. This post Denial of Justice in Steinle Case Could Have Unintended Midterm Consequences appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
Opinion: Trump needs the Republicans' grip of Congress. But to keep it in 2018's midterm elections, he'll have to relinquish his greatest political gift The post Donald Trump will have to learn to cede the spotlight in 2018 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
New York Times: “As the party prepares for a midterm election that could bring a fierce backlash against a historically unpopular president, Republicans are growing more alarmed that a difficult race could be made worse without some semblance of planning [...]
President Trump’s impulsive, improvisational political style is preventing the Republican Party from establishing a true organization for the coming midterm elections.
After Republicans smashed Democrats in the 2010 midterm elections, taking the House of Representatives after four years in the minority, a chastened Barack Obama used his 2011 State of the Union to reach out to the GOP on what appeared to be the party’s major concern. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - A spate of sexual misconduct accusations against U.S. politicians and other powerful men will force candidates for the November 2018 congressional elections to weigh more carefully than ever whether their past behavior could doom their chances. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments