Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

Yesterday, The Voters Took To The Polls To Cast Their Votes In Chattanooga’s Runoff Elections For City Mayor And For District 2 And 5 City Council Members.

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Mayors Make Plans For Spending COVID Relief Funds

County Mayor Coppinger Says The Funds Will Be Used To Help Offset The Costs Of COVID Response. Chattanooga Mayor Berke Has His Own Ideas But Ultimately, It Will Be Left To The New Mayor. Candidates White And Kelly have Very Different Ideas For Relief Fund’s Usage.

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Chattanooga Mayoral & City Council Election Results; Runoff Election Will Proceed

Chattanoogans Took To The Polls Yesterday To Select Their New City Mayor And City Council Members. With The Top Two Mayoral Candidates, Tim Kelly And Kim White Receiving 30% And 29% Of The Votes Respectively, A Runoff Election Will Take Place On April 13th.

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With $5.7 Million Left Over, Perdue Tees Up For 2022

Perdue Is Weighing A 2022 Run Against Warnock. If Republicans Succeed In Flipping Just One Seat In Their Favor, They Will Regain A Majority In The Chamber, Breaking The Democrats’ Governing Trifecta.

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Senate Retirements Leave Seats Open In Three Swing States

Republican Senators In Three Swing States Recently Announced Their Retirements, Opening The Floodgates For A Slew Of Candidates Vying For The Highly-Coveted Spots In 2022.

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Most Expensive Ever: 2020 Election Cost $14.4 Billion

Political Spending In The 2020 Election Totaled $14.4 Billion, More Than Doubling The Total Cost Of The Record-Breaking 2016 Presidential Election Cycle.

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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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House Democrats Introduce Article Of Impeachment Against President Trump

If The 25th Amendment Is Invoked, Pence Will Take Over As Acting President. Reports Suggest Pence Is Not Inclined To Invoke The 25th Amendment, Even If The House Resolution Ultimately Passes.

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The Now-Complete Democrat Trifecta Threatens Tax Hikes

Though tax policy may have taken a backseat in these Georgia elections, the results raised the chances of significant tax hikes, and the undoing of progress made in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), substantially. The most likely tax hikes that President Joe Biden will push for with a Democratic Congress are increases to income tax rates. During the campaign, Biden proposed to raise the top individual income tax rate from 37 percent to 39.6 percent. Taxpayers can only hope that Congress shows restraint and avoids sweeping changes that harm an economy that needs all the help it can get in the middle of a pandemic.

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