· *History suggests that the Republican party would lose control of the House but keep the Senate in the midterm elections, according to Steve Rattner, the CEO of Willett Advisors.*
· *"Every single.. Business Insider
Joseph Cairo was a young lawyer waiting for a case to be called in Long Beach City Court on a slow Friday afternoon when attorney Armand D'Amato, whom he'd just met, invited him to a political.. Newsday
The Republican party is likely to lose control of the House, but keep the Senate in the midterm elections.
That's according to Willett Advisors CEO Steve Rattner, who spoke to Business Insider.
How is Melania Trump handling the pressures of being First Lady? The New York Times has done a lengthy profile on first lady Melania Trump. Melania is a very private first lady. She doesn't have many..
White Supremacist Wins 11% of Votes in Wisconsin Primary In Tuesday's election, Paul Nehlen earned 6,635 votes in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District. Nehlen is a self-described "pro-White Christian..
President Trump is a drag on Republicans going into the 2018 mid-term elections, according to a new national Quinnipiac University poll.
The survey found that the Trump administration has given 52.. SeattlePI.com
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Republicans have bought a bus ticket to Canada for Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (KWOH’-moh), who said America “was never that great.” The state Republican Party.. Seattle Times
Readers are brought through stories of women in the Bible that can teach them how to embed themselves in Christ, as well as the Republican party and its values.
LANSING, Mich. (PRWEB) August 16,.. PRWeb
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — President Donald Trump will return to Ohio later this month to headline the Ohio Republican Party’s state dinner. The president’s appearance at the Aug. 24 event in Columbus.. Seattle Times
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio passes his days buried in the work of the Senate Intelligence Committee and is a leading advocate of bolstering election security. cbs4.com Also reported by •CBS News •Seattle Times
Republicans say big Democratic majorities in Olympia would mean higher taxes, more regulation. The Legislature would “look like the Seattle City Council,” said state Republican Party Chairman Caleb.. Seattle Times