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POLITICO 20m
Elijah Cummings pleaded with Democratic colleagues and incoming House freshmen to reject the efforts of a "small group" of Democrats he said is "trying to generate opposition" to Nancy Pelosi's bid for the speakership
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Some national figures agree it’s all but over. One national Republican, who requested anonymity to speak candidly, said McSally’s potential path to victory is becoming “increasingly more difficult” and that the math “gets harder every day”
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It would take a stunning reversal for Martha McSally to overtake the Democrat. At this point, it would take a stunning reversal for the Republican to mount a comeback, since the majority of outstanding votes are in areas of the state where Sinema is ahead
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There are still nearly 220,000 votes left to be counted, and a new batch will be released tonight. Arizona would be the second GOP-held seat flipped by Democrats — they also won in Nevada
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POLITICO 50m
Mississippi Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith, who's running for election against an African-American man, joked that if she were invited by a supporter to a public hanging, she would be in the front row. She later sidestepped questions asking her to clarify
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POLITICO 54m
Bill Nelson is calling on Gov. Rick Scott to recuse himself from overseeing Florida’s midterm recount
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POLITICO 58m
Arizona’s Senate race isn’t over. But Kyrsten Sinema should be feeling awfully good about her chances
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POLITICO 1h
Half of voters say the new Democratic-controlled House should not begin impeachment proceedings next year, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll
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POLITICO 1h
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are the only two prospective Democratic candidates to garner double-digit support in a 2020 run against Donald Trump. And according to polling, Beto O’Rourke is third in line
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POLITICO 1h
Trump has had Comcast — which owns one of his frequent targets, NBC News — in his sights for some time, even suggesting on the campaign trail that his future administration would consider breaking up the company
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POLITICO 1h
Half of voters say the new Democratic-controlled House should not begin impeachment proceedings next year, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll
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POLITICO 2h
Analysis: If pastors are afraid to alienate their constituents by condemning porn, what policymaker in his or her right mind would?
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POLITICO 2h
It’s still unclear whether the anti-Pelosi movement will have the numbers to derail her
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POLITICO 3h
House Democratic rebels say they won't vote for Nancy Pelosi for speaker. But they don't have an alternative candidate.
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POLITICO 3h
A group of Nancy Pelosi's allies is fighting efforts to change House Democratic Caucus rules so that the California Democrat can't return to the speaker's chair
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POLITICO Europe 3h
French President Emmanuel Macron has issued an international call to limit hostile activity in cyberspace
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POLITICO 3h
Opinion: Trump’s interim pick for AG was part of an investigation that was covered in partisan fingerprints.
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POLITICO 3h
“The logistical challenge is if we have a field of 20 to 30 candidates, you know it’s not going to be easy to find 20 to 30 state directors or 20 to 30 communication directors."
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POLITICO 4h
If Pelosi’s critics can’t find someone to take her on, they have one extreme tactic as an option: take the fight to the House floor and attempt to deny her the votes to be speaker even without a successor in place
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POLITICO 4h
A Republican lawmaker, who has just been unseated by a Democrat, claimed that John McCain’s vote against legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare prompted a wave of "liberal special-interest money" resulting in several Democratic midterm victories
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