Second Amendment

Republican incumbent Todd Young has been reelected as U.S. Senator for Indiana, according to the Associated Press.   According to the IndyStar, Young is speaking to supporters at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis.  “The only way to ‘Make America Great Again’ is from the ground up,” Young said, according to the IndyStar. Throughout the race, polling
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Oregon voters were narrowly favoring one of the country’s strictest gun control measures, a long-sought goal of a grassroots faith-based campaign, but the race was too close to call, preliminary Tuesday results indicated. Partial returns tallied as of 10 p.m. showed Measure 114 leading, 51% to 49%. The returns represent 63%, or 1,215,644 votes, of
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ST. CLOUD, Minn. — GOP incumbent Tom Emmer is projected by the AP to win reelection in Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District, defeating DFL challenger Jeanne Hendricks. Emmer, who was first elected to Congress in 2014, is leading the GOP’s campaign efforts in turning the House red. He chairs the National Republican Congressional Committee and is reportedly
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Four central Ohioans are projected to win re-election to Congress, according to early unofficial results. As ballots continue to be counted, three Republicans — Brad Wenstrup, of the 2nd Congressional District, Jim Jordan, of the 4th Congressional District, and Troy Balderson, of the 12th Congressional District — along with Democrat Joyce
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Five incumbents from central Ohio were re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, according to early unofficial results. The Associated Press has projected that all five congressional officeholders whose districts touch parts of central Ohio – Reps. Brad Wenstrup (R-Cincinnati), Jim Jordan (R-Urbana), Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville), Mike Carey (R-Columbus)
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LEE DES MOINES BUREAU Gabbard endorses GrassleyFormer Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard endorsed Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley’s reelection campaign on Sunday. In a statement, Gabbard praised Grassley’s conservative priorities and said Grassley’s Democratic opponent, Mike Franken, would be a “rubber stamp for the Biden administration.” “I’m supporting Chuck Grassley because we need leaders
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Oregon voters will determine Tuesday whether to pass stricter gun laws — the only ballot measure nationwide that addresses gun violence.  The gun-control initiative, which critics say is the nation’s “most extreme,” requires people to obtain permits and complete safety training to acquire a firearm. It also bans high-capacity magazines and calls for State Police
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A Democrat Senate candidate is playing the role of a conservative Second Amendment supporter in a new campaign video, but it didn’t take long for gun rights activists to notice the significant flaws in his acting. Ohio U.S Senate nominee Tim Ryan released a video of himself shooting a handgun at an outdoor shooting range
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Editor: Prior to my return to Grand Junction, I used to attend NRA Board of Directors meetings. One incident is relevant to Western Colorado voters: the resignation of John Dingle, Democrat Congressman from Michigan from the NRA Board. In the old days, there were Democrat politicians who supported the Second Amendment: John F. Kennedy and
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Tom Kertscher  |  PolitiFact Georgia Governor race: Takeaways from Brian Kemp, Stacey Abrams debate Savannah Morning News journalist Will Peebles talks about his takeaways from the Kemp/Abrams debate and whether it could sway voters. Savannah Morning News The top two Democrats on Georgia’s election ticket are communists and gun confiscators, according to an attack ad
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Lucas Martinez As the midterm election season is approaching, it might feel overwhelming to register, learn as much as possible about the candidates listed on the ballot and then vote for the best choices. To help diminish some voter anxiety, the Chronicle has researched the gubernatorial race between incumbent Gov. J.B. Pritzker and his opponent,
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