The region that swung the presidency to the Republican now looks to candidates who pledge to keep him in check
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Campaign swing will benefit two congressional candidates who argue that left-wing politics are the key to winning in red states.
The Democratic group’s PAC is spending nearly $400,000 to run an ad in support of Sharice Davids, a Native American activist and former White House fellow.
Since the start of 2017, in primaries that pit several conservatives against each other, many ads have moved away from issues or votes to focus on candidates’ loyalty to the GOP — and to Trump, in particular.
The National Republican Congressional Committee has withdrawn its endorsement of Seth Grossman, the party’s candidate in New Jersey’s 2nd district.
Randy Bryce, the union organizer running for the Wisconsin seat being vacated by outgoing House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, is forced to explain past arrests and missed child-support payments.
On Sunday shows, Democrats say Roe is at risk in the fight over a Supreme Court nominee, while Republicans and conservatives dodge.
The primary had the highest number of votes in the history of California midterm elections, and Democrats dramatically grew their vote statewide and in most of the House races where they hope to compete in November.