Morning Headlines On an otherwise quiet Friday night, President Trump endorsed Katie Britt in the GOP Alabama Senate Primary. Britt will compete against Representative Mo Brooks in a June 21st runoff for the seat after nearly winning the required majority of the vote to win the primary outright. Britt bested Brooks in the primary by a 45%-29% margin and carried 62 of the … [Read more...] about DDHQ Morning News Spotlight: Trump Endorses Britt, Plus Palin Cruises in Alaska Special Primary
Morning Headlines A USA Today/Suffolk Poll shows Democratic Tim Ryan in a dead-heat with Republican JD Vance in the 2022 Ohio US Senate race, only down 42% to 39% among registered voters. But Democrats' Senate Majority PAC, which spent over $300M in 2020 Senate Races, appears to be committed to investing in a narrower quantity of races this cycle. Gary Peters, the new head … [Read more...] about DDHQ Morning News Spotlight: Ryan within Striking Distance of Vance in OH Sen Poll, but National Dems Remain Afraid of Throwing Money at Unwinnable Races
Scranton is central to Joe Biden’s political mythos. It’s the city he grew up in, and it was pivotal to his 2020 electoral strategy. Biden set out to regain enough support in Scranton, and areas like it, to rebuild the ‘blue wall’. At the same time, Democratic Congressman Matt Cartwright has been battling a rising Republican tide in this corner of the commonwealth. … [Read more...] about PA-8: An In-Depth Look At A Trump-Democratic House District
What will a Donald Trump post-presidency look like? Despite losing re-election and suffering through his second impeachment, the 45th President remains determined to stay in the spotlight. So far his grip on the Republican Party remains strong and there’s already talk about a 2024 comeback bid. Since recent one-termers like George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter quickly … [Read more...] about The Post-Presidential Comeback: Can Donald Trump Succeed Where Herbert Hoover Failed?