Angie Craig was re-elected to Congress, but received only 48.21% of the vote in the 2020 election.
Joe Biden’s Commission should propose an expansion of the District Courts and the Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Looking at Toss-up seats the prospects for the House of Representatives are not promising. They could lose 8 seats. Maybe more.
The presidential election could be decided in the House of Representatives. These twenty-four races in nine delegations could make the difference.
Flipping the Michigan House of Representatives, the Minnesota Senate, and the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from Red to Blue is in reach.
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Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. President Clinton's trial in the Senate. 2020 General Election There is a row of counties along Minnesota’s southern border. If the three counties in that row in the southwest corner of the state were part of MN 07, then Collin Peterson’s http://www.petersonforcongress.com/ MN 07 would cover the entire western border of Minnesota – three counties deep or more. Collin Peterson’s MN 07? He doesn’t own that district. Maybe Donald Trump owns it. Trump carried it by 30 points. Or GW Bush. Bush carried the district by 14 against Al Gore, by…
Check out the website: Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. Countries Separating. Joining. Marrying. Divorcing; They want out. 2020 General Election A Democrat can win MN 01. Tim Walz did. Tim resisted the effect of the changing population in the district. The district was turning R. Tim Walz resisted successfully. Walz 53-47 in 2006 Walz 62-33 in 2008 Walz 49-44 in 2010 Walz 57-42 in 2012 Walz 54-46 in 2014 Walz 50.4-49.6 in 2016 In 2018, Tim Walz ran for governor. And won. In 2020, Dan Feehan https://www.danfeehan.com/ ran for MN 01. And lost. By a little more than 1300 votes…
Tina Smith is a solidly liberal Democratic Senator. She is pro-choice, in favor of action against climate change, for progressive criminal justice reform, opposed to e-cigarettes, in favor of gun safety efforts, in favor of financial support for Central American countries to reduce emigration to the US, and in favor of a single payer health care system. The more money she raises, the more she can be sufficiently dominant to scare serious opponents away from running.
Joe Radinovich has been a state legislator, campaign manager, labor advocate. He is running for an open seat in the US Congress in a district that ranges from the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities to the iron range.