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John Hickenlooper runs for the Senate in Colorado

He will try to challenge Colorado Senator Cory Gardner, a Republican who was considered one of the most vulnerable incumbents in 2020. "I've always said Washington is a miserable place for someone like me who knows how to do things – but this is no time to get away from it," says Hickenlooper in his campaign announcement video. "We should …

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Beto O & Rourke vows to run for the Senate in no scenario

The former Congressman and Presidential candidate of 2020, Beto O & Rourke, made it clear on Thursday night that he "will not again run for office in the US Senate" in any scenario ", although he is increasingly being asked to race switch. "Let me turn your show into the place where I tell you, and I tell the country …

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How failed presidential candidates could hold the key to a democratic Senate majority in 2020

This phrase has never been truer than it is now for democratic campaigns – both for presidents and for those seeking to regain the Senate majority in 2020. See, candidates like the former Texas representative, Beto O'Rourke John Hickenlooper, former Governor of Colorado, and Steve Bullock, Governor of Montana, are not thriving at the moment. O & Rourke, who had …

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House sets the debt ceiling and the budget and sends it to the Senate

US. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, speaks at a press conference on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, USA. Al Drago | Bloomberg | Getty Images On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed a bill to raise the US debt ceiling and set the budget level for two years to avoid a catastrophe …

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Senate approves extension of 9/11 fund for first responders ill since the 2001 attacks

Devlin Barrett Reporter with focus on national security and law enforcement 23. The Senate voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to add billions of dollars to a rapidly dwindling September 11 compensation fund. html Workers now sick or dying and an emotional political debate over the continuing deaths associated with the terrorist attacks of 2001 limit compensation program for decades at an …

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The Senate Hearing is a step toward providing marijuana banking access

An important Senate committee met on Tuesday to discuss legislative changes that would allow banks to serve state-approved marijuana companies without the risk of being penalized by federal financial regulators. The chair of the panel concluded that "a case is quite strong here" that the problem needs to be resolved, but that it is a "very important and complex problem …

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Kirsten Gillibrand rejects the guilt of ousting Al Franken from the Senate

New York Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand rejected the idea that, according to a report released on Monday in early 2018, she should not have demanded the resignation of former Minnesota Senator Al Franken. During an event on Monday evening, Gillibrand addressed a New Yorker report calling her allegations of sexual misconduct at the end of Franks time …

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