Loeffler Blasts Warnock Tagging Him A “Marxist and Socialist” In Georgia U.S. Senate Debate

Georgia Republican U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler faces off against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock. Loeffler criticizes Warnock for liberal proposals, including a significant tax hike. While Raphael cites Loeffler’s wealth and says she does not care about “ordinary Georgians.”

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Rubio Calls For More Small Business Loan Money In Compromise COVID-19 Relief Bill

The $908 billion pandemic stimulus compromise package being discussed in the U.S. Senate is a hopeful sign of progress, Florida Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said, but it won’t garner his support until more assistance is tabbed for small businesses.

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Georgia Secretary Of State Launches Voter Fraud Investigation Into Florida Attorney

A Florida attorney who said he was moving in with his brother in Georgia to vote in the state’s Jan. 5 runoff elections for U.S. Senate is being investigated by the Georgia secretary of state’s office for voter fraud.

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Retiring Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander Asked Colleagues To ‘Put Country Before Partisanship’

Tennessee’s Republican Senator, Lamar Alexander, used his farewell speech on Wednesday to ask Republicans and Democrats alike to, “put country before partisanship and personal politics.”

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Quinnipiac University poll: Texas is a toss-up

Thirteen days before Election Day, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are deadlocked in Texas, according to new poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University, each seeing 47 support from respondents.

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Microphone Muting, Debate Topics Announced For Final Biden-Trump Faceoff In Nashville

Microphones of the opposing candidate will be muted when President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden make initial two-minute responses to questions during the second and final presidential debate Thursday in Nashville, Tenn.

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Senators Introduce Bill To Amend Rule Over Third-party Internet Content

In the wake of allegations of big tech companies suppressing political speech and news stories on their platforms, Republican senators and congressmen introduced legislation to amend Section 230, part of a federal code that regulates third-party content on the internet.

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