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You now know more about them than about many members of your family. You sure see a hell of a lot more of them than you see housebound friends and co-workers. Controlling the Senate would be crucial for a President Biden. For Democrats, things are pretty rosy. Places that were seen as knee-jerk Republican until about five minutes ago are now full of fascinating, desperate fights. Take Georgia. Georgians get to vote in two Senate races. The most riveting involves Kelly Loeffler, who was appointed to her seat by great Republican minds who figured what the nation needed most was another really rich person making policy in Washington.
Loeffler is the kind of rich person who lives in a mansion that has a name. Chances are the top two vote-getters will wind up in a runoff. This G. Like everything else. Even some normally conservative states are awash in anti-Trump sentiment that fuels antipathy toward his allies in the Senate. The Donald is the captain of his personal political Titanic, and the Republican nominees for other offices are scrambling for their own little lifeboats. I believe we can write that down as a no.
Perhaps you heard about the Democrat in North Carolina, Cal Cunningham, who appeared to be making a great run against Senator Thom Tillis until reports came out that Cunningham, whose campaign had stressed his military background and good character, had been having an affair with the wife of an Army veteran. After news of the scandal swept through North Carolina, polls showed Cunningham was, um — widening his lead. Remember this lesson, campaign-watchers.
So many meetings. And perhaps conclude the more meetings he missed, the better. The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. Here are some tips. Opinion Votes, Sex and Money. Political footwear is always underestimated. Adultery is more fun to talk about than infrastructure.
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