ㅤ"In recent weeks, Republican groups have redirected millions of dollars to competitive districts where their prospects appear brighter. Meanwhile, President Trump has gone to bat for several vulnerable GOP incumbents…"
ㅤ"President Donald Trump’s campaign released a new campaign ad on Monday, urging voters to support Republicans in the midterm elections."
ㅤFull story and video at Breitbart. Posted here on 10/29/18. See "republicans, midterm elections."
ㅤ"’Charlie Cook says today, that there are 208 seats that are lean, likely or solid Democrat — 196 Republican seats in the same category and the control is going to be decided by 31 seats that are toss-ups,’ Karl continued. ‘Of those 30 are held by Republicans, one held by Democrats. It’s easier to win for the Democrats to win 10 seats out of 31 to take control than it is for the Republicans to win 22 out of 31 and keep control. But the key number for the Republicans is 23 of those 30 are incumbents and incumbents do have a greater ability to win — every one of them won last time around.’"
ㅤFull story at The Daily Caller News Foundation. Posted here on 10/28/18. See "midterm elections."
Story via NZ Conservative Coalition.
ㅤ”‘The commitment, according to the campaign, includes a $6 million TV and digital ad buy set to launch next Monday and last through Election Day. The campaign also is sending $3 million to the Republican National Committee to boost GOP campaigns, while Trump plans to host at least 10 more ‘Make America Great Again’ rallies in support of Republicans before the election,’ Fox reports.”
ㅤFull story at Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire. Posted here on 10/23/18. See “midterm elections, trump”.
President Trump’s campaign operation is preparing a multi-million dollar advertising blitz for the final days of the congressional midterm elections, Fox News has reported.
ㅤ"Starting Wednesday, voters can cast their ballots early through Nov. 1. Only those already registered to vote can participate now that Tennessee’s registration deadline has passed."
ㅤFull story at The Washington Times. Posted here on 10/17/18. See "midterm elections, early voting, tennessee."
ㅤ"GOP pollster John McLaughlin said Sunday that Republicans may be able to fend off Democrats’ efforts to take back control of the House in November’s midterm elections.
ㅤSpeaking on AM 970’s ‘The Answer’ in New York, McLaughlin told host John Catsimatidis that the key to a Republican victory next month is retaining enthusiasm felt by GOP-leaning voters following the successful confirmation of President Trump’s second Supreme Court nomination, Brett Kavanaugh.
ㅤ’You’re seeing Republicans in the areas where Trump did well go up in the polls because the Trump voters are reengaged,’ McLaughlin said.
ㅤ’If, over the next three weeks, they keep those Trump voters engaged, [then] we have a shot at holding the House, but we’ll definitely pick up some U.S. Senate seats,’ the pollster continued."
ㅤFull story at The Hill. Posted here on 10/14/18. See "midterm elections, conservative, politics."
ㅤFull story at The Hill. Posted on 10/5/18. See "midterm elections."
ㅤ"Forty-five percent give a favorable rating to the Republican Party in a new poll by Gallup, the highest number hit by the GOP in the poll since 2011.
ㅤIt’s also a tick up from the 44 percent polled who view the Democratic Party favorably.
ㅤWhile it’s only a one-point difference, it comes weeks before the Midterm elections and represents a swing from previous polls in which more Americans gave a favorable opinion of Democrats compared to Republicans."
ㅤFull story at The Hill. Posted on 9/24/18. See "republican party, midterm elections."
ㅤ"After a bummer of a summer, midterm polls are putting smiles on Republican faces."
ㅤFull story at The Washington Times – 8/27/18. See "midterm elections."
ㅤô¿ô …This analysis is questionable at best. Ryan’s retirement allows House Republicans to announce whether its next Speaker would be a Conservative or another RINO. Choose well, boys. Your futures in politics may depend on your choice.
Full story…at The Washington Times, image from twitter(.com) – 4/11/18.
Tags: midterm elections, wisconsin. 𑗉
ㅤ”The Politico/Morning Consult poll finds that 39 percent of likely voters would support a generic Republican candidate in November, while 38 percent would support a Democrat. Nearly a quarter of Americans, 23 percent, are undecided.”