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The Reasons Why Kari Lake’s Campaign for Governor of Arizona Was Unsuccessful
Kari Lake, who was vying for governor of Arizona against Democrat Katie Hobbs, was possibly the most pro-Trump candidate running for office this year. Exit polls confirm that she lost by ignoring the issues of white suburbanites with college educations, even as the GOP made gains with the state’s Hispanic votes.
By the numbers: According to the AP/NORC exit poll, Hobbs won 55% of white voters with college educations, a strong showing that surpasses Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s excellent 51% performance with the group in 2018. But Lake made definite progress with Hispanic votes. Hobbs defeated Sinema by 15 points (57% to 42%) among Latino voters, a notable decline from Sinema’s 38-point lead among this demographic in 2018.
64% to 34%, independents preferred Hobbs to Lake by a margin of 30 points. Even 11% of Republicans voted for Hobbs. Trump’s double-edged sword for the GOP. On Tuesday, Donald Trump makes his third run for president official at Mar-a-Lago. Associated Press/Jonathan Ernst.
Based on exit surveys and midterm results, former president Trump’s campaign might immediately endanger the Republican Party’s chances of winning the presidency as well as control of Congress. Why it’s important Republican senators will continue to lose their seats as a result of pressure to support fringe candidates in primaries.
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Near Club Q, there are floral bouquets and a sign that reads “Love Over Hate.” On November 20, flowers and a sign that reads “Love Over Hate” were left by Club Q, an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs. Picture by Jason Connolly/AFP, courtesy of Getty Images
In an overnight shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs that left five people dead and 18 injured, authorities have named 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich as the suspect, according to a news conference held on Sunday.
The most recent: Police reported that the suspect entered Club Q with an AR-15-style gun. The shooting ended when someone shot the suspect with a firearm they had taken from him and pinned him down, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers told the New York Times on Sunday evening.
After registering at ASU, Tiffany’s son received a text offering him $250 to rally for Democrats
In line to vote, he was told to leave & that his vote would not be counted
Inside, he was told he was not registered, given a Sharpie, & told to drop a provisional ballot in box 3. pic.twitter.com/9NGTvGPvSn
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) November 18, 2022
A Senate Judiciary panel will examine the alleged 2014 Supreme Court leak. On May 24, Sen. Dick Durbin addressed the media in the US Capitol. In May, Sen. Dick Durbin delivered a speech at the US Capitol. Dick Durbin, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a Democrat from Illinois declared on Saturday that his panel is looking into “serious accusations” that a former anti-abortion activist was given weeks’ worth of notice of a 2014 Supreme Court decision.
The latest: According to Politico, who broke the story first on Sunday night, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.), who chair courts subcommittees, wrote to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to inquire whether any action had been taken over the alleged 2014 leak and to suggest they would investigate if not.
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