Speaker Pelosi seeks re-election ahead of 2022 midterms

2022 Campaign 01/26/22, 01:58

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced that she would run for re-election to Congress in this year's midterms, though she has previously vowed to step down as the House Democrat leader after the 2022 election. In a tweet on Tuesday, Jan. 25, Pelosi, who will turn 82 in March, explained that ...

Poll: GOP gains biggest party preference lead since 1995

2022 Campaign 01/18/22, 02:31

A study found more voters prefer the Republican Party than at any point in the past quarter of a century. The GOP recently secured a 14-point swing during 2021, giving it the largest lead against the Democratic Party since 1995. "The GOP has held as much as a five-point advantage in a ...

Republican senators report new record fundraising haul in 2021

2022 Campaign 01/14/22, 16:34

The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), a campaign arm of the Senate Republicans, made an off-year record-breaking fundraising haul of $104.8 million in 2021. According to Breitbart, the NRSC released the figure in an announcement on Wednesday, Jan. 14, in which the GOP senators touted their ability to raise funds and beat off-year records ...

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson announced he is running for reelection

2022 Campaign 01/11/22, 04:31

Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson announced Sunday, Jan. 9, that he would run for re-election, thus seeking a third term in office. While he had initially said he was not seeking a third term, Johnson openly declared in an interview to Fox News that the Democrats govern in a "very divisive and destructive ...

Twitter accidentally censors GOP Senate candidate Sam Brown

2022 Campaign 10/05/21, 04:54

Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sam Brown's Twitter account on Monday, Oct. 4, was suddenly permanently suspended, Fox News reported. Army veteran Captain Sam Brown slammed the social media giant for partisan censorship for removing his account.  "Big Tech is waging an all-out attack on conservative voices—using unequally applied 'rules' to censor or ...