This week, two more Democrats jumped into the 2020 race, new polling seemed to confirm that the Arizona Senate race is up for grabs, and Texas Rep. Will Hurd (R) may have a rematch on his hands next year.
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Elizabeth Warren has released a litany of policy proposals but does she have a plan to pay for them?
Today’s special primary election in North Carolina’s 9th District marks the first “redo” election for a congressional race since the New Hampshire U.S. Senate race in 1974. Here’s what you need to know about the race.
Each week, AR/Intel combs through the hours of news footage that defined the past 7 days. This week, Attorney General William Barr testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, but notably skipped his scheduled appearance before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday after Democrats announced they had changed the nature of the hearing.
Sen. Bernie Sanders will to continue to pound the pavement ahead of midterm voting this November. Sanders’ team has announced the next phase of a robust campaign schedule that will take the independent senator to nine states in nine days starting next week to help elect Democrats running for governor, U.S. House and Senate. To […]
Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez is in a dead heat with Republican challenger Bob Hugin, according to a Stockton University poll released Monday, as the public’s negative view of the senator’s recent corruption trial weighs down his support. To read more about this poll and others, become an AR Intel Insider today!
Americans are slightly more inclined to believe the Republican Party would do a better job than the Democratic Party at both keeping the U.S. secure from external threats, and keeping the country prosperous. The GOP holds a six-percentage-point advantage on security, 47% to 41%, and a five-point edge on prosperity, 47% to 42%. To read […]
Forty-five percent of Americans now have a favorable view of the Republican Party, a nine-point gain from last September’s 36%. It is the party’s most positive image since it registered 47% in January 2011, shortly after taking control of the House in the 2010 midterm elections. Forty-four percent give the Democratic Party a favorable rating. […]