Second Amendment

Bill Leake, left, and Chad Christensen are vying for Seat B in Legislative District 32. | Courtesy photos AMMON – Democratic candidate Bill Leake is challenging incumbent Republican candidate Chad Christensen for Legislative District 32 Seat B. The seat includes Oneida, Teton, Caribou, Bear Lake, Franklin and part of Bonneville County. Christensen defeated former Bonneville
Point: Electra Johnson No. It would appear that Doug Lamborn has assumed that his constituents would always vote for him, despite his refusal to debate his competition on issues, and despite his voting record. His lack of transparency in public debate is the first reason he should not be reelected, but more importantly his voting
Four-term incumbent state Rep. Sue Scherer, D-Decatur, is facing a challenge from both the left and right as she seeks another term representing the 96th House District. Challenging Scherer are Republican Charlie McGorray, also from Decatur, and John Keating, a Springfield resident running as the Green Party candidate. The 96th district is diverse, covering swaths
Michigan announced a ban on Friday of the open carry of guns at polling places to avoid voter harassment and intimidation during the critical swing state election.   The announcement by Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson drew a quick rebuke from some Republicans and gun rights activists, including the National Rifle Association, but the Democratic official said firearms at
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett argued in a dissent last year that felons should be allowed to own guns, a position Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee long opposed before defending President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the bench.  Barrett, who was appointed to the Seventh Circuit Court of
State Rep. Kevin Ryan, D-Montville, is seeking his 15th term representing the 139th District. Republican challenger Caleb Espinosa is unfazed by Ryan’s experience, though. Ryan, 68, has been a state representative for longer than Espinosa, 20, has been alive. The former speaks of the importance of experience and relationships, while the latter argues that the
The race for the state representative seat representing District 33 pits incumbent Republican Josh Yokela against Democratic challenger Eric Turer. District 33 consists of the communities of Brentwood, Danville and Fremont. Eric Turer Party: Democratic Party Address: 33 Peabody Drive, Brentwood Age: 54 Occupation: Health systems policy consultant Civic/Political Experience: Candidate for NH House 2018;
In Colorado’s high-profile U.S. Senate race, former Gov. John Hickenlooper and incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner bring very different visions for the country. As ballots drop and the state’s voters prepare to decide a contest that could help determine control of the Senate, here’s where Hickenlooper, a Democrat, and Gardner, a Republican, stand on 13 key issues:
On October 8th, another lawyer from the firm of Michel and Associates lawyers and air-conditioning repairmen argued before a three-judge panel of the 9th circuit court of appeals in support of a lawsuit challenging California’s “Assault Weapons Control Act” (AWCA). The case is called Rupp v. Becerra. A couple of years ago, I had traveled
Montana Public Radio is gathering information on all statewide general election candidates to publish as a resource for our audience. We asked all the statewide candidates to respond to the following questions via email, limiting their answers to 150 words per question. These are their unedited responses. Matt Rosendale is the 2020 Republican candidate for
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett Washington – Connecticut Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy have taken the lead in attacking Judge Amy Coney Barrett on her Second Amendment views, which the senators call “extreme” and “radical.” Barrett, President Trump’s choice to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will face challenges from Senate Democrats
While the rash of coronavirus cases in the White House may have upended election events and halted stymied political processes all around, it’s not slowing the push to confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, with the Senate Judiciary Committee set to begin the formal confirmation hearings on Monday. And when it comes to the matter of
Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on The Internal Revenue Service is investigating longtime National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre for possible criminal tax fraud related to his personal taxes, according to people familiar with the matter. IRS: NEED TO KNOW DEVELOPMENTS Mr. LaPierre was paid $2.2 million by