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Arizona Senate hopeful Sinema implied state produced 'crazy' in 2011 speech

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., who is running in a tightly contested U.S. Senate race, implied that her home state produced "crazy" in a 2011 speech in which she also promised to advise liberal activists on how to "stop your state from becoming Arizona."

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Arizona Senate hopeful Sinema implied state produced 'crazy' in 2011 speech

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., who is running in a tightly contested U.S. Senate race, implied that her home state produced "crazy" in a 2011 speech in which she also promised to advise liberal activists on how to "stop your state from becoming Arizona."

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How Trump's China trade war plays out in one Pa. congressional race

Montgomery County's Fourth Congressional District race highlights sharp differences over China. The Republican wants to punish the Chinese with tariffs for years of technology theft while the Democrat calls tariffs dangerous. Her husband's firm imports bicycles from China.

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How Trump's China trade war plays out in one Pa. congressional race

Montgomery County's Fourth Congressional District race highlights sharp differences over China. The Republican wants to punish the Chinese with tariffs for years of technology theft while the Democrat calls tariffs dangerous. Her husband's firm imports bicycles from China.

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Trump dishes on ‘lowlife’ Eric Holder, Hillary and the 2020 race

The sentiment came from the President of the United States, but reflects a common feeling among conservatives and Republicans. He and they are ever more certain that one of the biggest problems in our country is the media’s double standard. The example at hand was my question about Eric Holder’s...

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No more indoor warmups for Twin Cities Marathon and 10-mile runners

Demolished Metrodome was the longtime home for runners before the predawn race started.

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Colorado Governor candidate Q&A

The Colorado Governor race features Democrat Jared Polis, Republican Walker Stapleton, Unity Party of Colorado's Bill Hammons and Libertarian Scott Helker.

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Democrats try to flip Washington district for the first time

ISSAQUAH, Wash. (AP) - Democrats are trying to flip an open U.S. House seat in Washington state that's been in GOP hands since it was created nearly three decades ago, running a political newcomer and national party favorite against a well-known Republican in a race that could be critical to...

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A dilemma for New Jersey Democrats: an unpopular senator, or Trump's GOP

In a state that hasn't elected a Republican to the Senate since 1972, the cloud over Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez has made for a much tougher race than usual, but Democrats believe President Trump will ultimately bring liberal voters to support the incumbent.

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A dilemma for New Jersey Democrats: an unpopular senator, or Trump's GOP

In a state that hasn't elected a Republican to the Senate since 1972, the cloud over Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez has made for a much tougher race than usual, but Democrats believe President Trump will ultimately bring liberal voters to support the incumbent.

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WSJ+ Panel Pollsters Talk 'Kavanaugh Effect' in Midterms

At a panel hosted by The Wall Street Journal and NBC News, Republican pollster William McInturff and Democrat Frederick S. Yang discussed what impact Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation could have on the race for control of the Senate.

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Is Scott Walker's winning streak nearing an end? Wisconsin race poses challenge

On paper, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would seem a safe bet to cruise to a third term, with three consecutive electoral victories under his belt. But 2018 could be different.

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Is Scott Walker's winning streak nearing an end? Wisconsin race poses challenge

On paper, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would seem a safe bet to cruise to a third term, with three consecutive electoral victories under his belt. But 2018 could be different.

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Pizza festival, wine tasting, and races in Hudson County this weekend

Hundreds of old and new world wines from around the globe will be offered at the Jersey City Wine Fest. Pizza festival takes over Hoboken Pizza lovers can sample slices from the best pizzerias in Hoboken on Saturday, Oct 13, at the 2nd annual Hoboken Pizza Fest at Our Lady of Grace Church. The event...

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The battle between an Iraq veteran and an openly bisexual, former Naderite may foretell 2018 and beyond.

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Taylor Swift has finally broken her political silence, and it couldn't have come at a better time. The "Delicate" singer's decision to keep her political opinions to herself over the last few years has earned her plenty of criticism, especially since she hinged much of her 1989 album and tour around...

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A new cast of celebrities and famous-for-politics personalities enter the stage as the wide-open presidential race starts to take shape.

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