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Candidates from the Colorado Senate debate find common ground on coronavirus despite fiery exchanges

As the race in the Colorado Senate intensified, candidates John Hickenlooper (D) and Sen. Cory Gardner (R) found common ground in the previously controversial battle for the Senate seat. The couple met for the third of four previously scheduled debates and the first, which was broadcast live across the state on Friday. The 90-minute fiery interaction was mainly used by …

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Trump Camp Seeks Additional Rule of Debate: Third-party inspectors look for electronic devices in candidates’ ears

CLEVELAND – President Trump is asking for an additional ground rule ahead of the first presidential debate Tuesday night between him and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Fox News has learned that the president’s re-election campaign is designed to allow the Biden campaign to allow third parties to examine the ears of any debater for electronic devices or transmitters. The …

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The candidate’s sudden death in Minnesota forces a special election in February for a competitive seat in the House of Representatives

The death of a small party candidate running for a long-term competitive seat in the US House of Representatives in Minnesota will force a special election in February thanks to a bizarre quirk of state law. Adam Weeks, the Legal Marijuana Now Party candidate against Rep. Angie Craig (D-Minn.), Died suddenly earlier this week. No cause of death was given. …

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Schumer and AOC are calling on voters to pressure GOP senators to delay Trump’s candidates for the Supreme Court

Senator Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., held a joint press conference Sunday on the Supreme Court posts left after Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed and urged the country to do so do pressure Republicans to postpone President Trump’s potential candidate until after the November election. Schumer, speaking of James Madison High School in Brooklyn where Ginsburg was an …

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Leading candidates to fill Supreme Court vacancies

The death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday created a position on the Supreme Court that President Trump has promised to fill “immediately”. He issued four lists of potential candidates, the last last week. Here are some of the leading candidates on those lists. Amy Coney Barrett Judge Barrett, a member of the federal appeals court for the seventh …

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Biden compares Trump to Fidel Castro as candidates battle for Latino voters

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden compared President Trump to the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro when he spoke to Univision Orlando on Tuesday. Trump has accused Biden of being a tool of the far left, claiming Democrats are driving socialist ideas, but the former vice president flipped that comparison in an interview with the Spanish language company. BIDEN SAYS HE …

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Nick Saban: “We don’t support candidates”

Alabama’s coach Nick Saban said Tuesday he would not endorse a candidate in the upcoming presidential election but is encouraging his players to register to vote. “We have been running a number of voter registration training programs here recently,” said Saban during his opening speech at his video press conference. “The Athletics Civic Initiative in Alabama is something we continue …

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Candidates for Community Day in September and October

Hey Trainers, the September and October Community Day candidates were recently announced. Porygon, Charmander, Grimer and Caterpie. The moves are TBD as of now, but it’s clear that the voting winner will be the Community Day Pokemon for September and the runner-up will be unveiled for October. If your favorite is a silver medalist, don’t fret, it will get its …

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Democratic women leaders call for sexist coverage of female vice presidential candidates

In an open letter to top newspaper and network managers, the group said newsrooms shouldn’t just be note problematic stereotypes of women considered for the position but “actively working to be anti-racist and anti-sexist in your reporting”. The letter was signed by around a dozen women, including leaders of the National Women’s Rights Center, Planned Parenthood, TimesUp, Supermajority, and others. …

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