Biden Agenda May Hurt Democrats In 2022

President Joe Biden’s Roughly $4 Trillion In Federal Spending Plans Could Cause Trouble For Democrats In The 2022 Midterm Elections, New Polling Suggests, Even Though Earlier Polls Indicate A Slight Majority Of Americans Support The Increased Spending.

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Outside Donations Outlawed In Tennessee Elections

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Recently Signed Into Law A Bill That Ends Allowing Donations To Be Accepted For Use In Elections.

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For The People Act Is A Brazen Assault On State Authority And Free Speech

H.R. 1 would implode the rights of states in administering their own elections. This is in response, of course, to the hundreds of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of ballot irregularities and various kinds of legislation making their way through state capitols to push back against some uncertainty about the November 2020 elections. But there is also an aspect of H.R. 1 that has not been much discussed, and that’s the silencing of speech. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, itself a long-established organization that is normally aligned with the authors of H.R. 1, has said that language contained the bill assaults the First Amendment.

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Texas Republican Leaders Vow To Fight ‘For The People’ Election Bill

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, The Texas Public Policy Foundation And Others Have Expressed Opposition To HR1, The “For The People” Act, Which Was Narrowly Passed By House Democrats To Alter Federal And State Election Processes.

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Losers In Expensive Senate Contests Still Have Plenty Of Cash

As Congressional Candidates Raked In Record Sums Of Campaign Cash In Extraordinarily Expensive 2020 Election, They Experienced A Unique Problem: Too Much Money & Not Enough Time To Spend It. The Losers In The 10 Most Expensive 2020 Senate Races Still Had Combined $35.3 Million In The Bank In Unspent Campaign Cash.

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