Pureval Stakes His Congressional Run on Belief That Ohio’s First District Wants More Gun Control

Aftab Pureval

If there’s one issue that could decide Ohio’s First Congressional District race, it’s gun control. Voters have a clear choice between Rep. Steve Chabot, an 11-term incumbent with a track record of supporting the Second Amendment, and his Democrat challenger Aftab Pureval, who has been upfront about his disdain for…

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With the End of the Fiscal Year September 30, Congress Is Running Out of Time to Fund ‘The Wall’

Donald Trump, The Wall

By Robert Romano   The 2018 fiscal year will end on Sept. 30 but Congress is no closer to achieving key Trump administration priorities including fully funding the southern border wall, something President Donald Trump has been demanding since 2017 and campaigned on extensively in 2016. So far, both the House…

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Ohio-14 Candidate Betsy Rader Blatantly Violates Pledge to Not Accept Special-Interest PAC Money

Betsy Rader

Democrat congressional candidate Betsy Rader has made a big deal out of her Republican opponent’s acceptance of PAC money indirectly related to Ohio’s opiod crisis. She is running against incumbent Rep. David Joyce, R-Ohio, calling on the congressman to reject donations from three pharmaceutical companies caught up in the opiod…

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Hundreds of Ohioans Back Push to Make Jim Jordan Next Speaker of the House

Jim Jordan, Paul Ryan

More than 200 Ohio business leaders and lawmakers are calling on the U.S. House to elect Rep. Jim Jordan as its next speaker after Paul Ryan steps down. In a July letter to his colleagues, Jordan announced that he would be running to replace Ryan, saying that Congress has “given…

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Police Records Show Keith Ellison Abused Another Woman In 2005

Keith Ellison

Records from a 2005 911 call reveal that Rep. Keith Ellison allegedly abused yet another woman, though the story has been swept under the rug by Minnesota’s media. In early August, Ellison, who vacated his safe seat in Congress to run for Minnesota’s attorney general, faced new accusations from his…

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In Minnesota Debate GOP Challenger Blasts Sen. Amy Klobuchar for Opposing SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Klobuchar, Newberger

Sen. Amy Klobuchar squared off against her Republican challenger State Rep. Jim Newberger at the Minnesota State Fair Friday, sparring over issues of immigration and President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the United States Supreme Court. Immediately out of the gate, Klobuchar boasted a record of being…

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Richard Cordray Tweets His Admiration for ‘Good People’ at Terror-Tied Islamic Organization

Richard Cordray

Richard Cordray, Ohio’s Democrat nominee for governor, attended a candidates’ forum Monday sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an organization that has been repeatedly tied to groups and people involved in terrorist-related activity. The U.S. Justice Department named CAIR an unindicted co-conspirator in a high-profile 2008 terror-funding trial involving the…

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