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These 7 Missouri counties may decide US Senate race

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Republicans and Democrats are focusing a lot of attention on seven Missouri counties that some say will be pivotal in the U.S. Senate race between Attorney General Josh Hawley and U.S. Sen. ...

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AP reports Kavanaugh accuser’s history of deceit and lawsuits

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The Associated Press is reporting that Julie Swetnick, one of the women who has publicly accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of allowing gang rape, has an extensive history of involvement in ...

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Hawley under fire for speech at college chapel, while McCaskill gets pass

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Missouri’s Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley is being criticized for plans to speak at a Christian college. Just last May, the media and Democrats praised Senator Claire McCaskill and a New Jersey ...

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Senate committee votes to advance Kavanaugh to full Senate

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On a partisan 11-10 vote, the Senate Judiciary Committee has voted to support Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. All of the committee’s Republicans voted in favor of recommending Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination while ...

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Hawley one of busiest state AGs in nation

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Some Missouri republicans would like Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley to do more in his race to unseat incumbent Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill. But others point out his race  is deadlocked against an entrenched ...

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Kavanaugh and Ford testimony grips nation

The nation was riveted by Thursday’s dramatic and historic testimony at a Senate hearing featuring Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christime Ford who accuses him of sexual assault 36 years ago ...

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Kavanaugh, accuser to testify today

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After a third accuser came forward yesterday to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, the judge said he doesn’t know who she is, and that the new allegations are from the ‘Twilight ...

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Groups tied to Obama, George Soros target black voters in Missouri

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Democrats are feeling the heat and in recent polls were behind in key races needed to retake the Senate. Now it’s about getting out the black vote in an off presidential year. ...

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Voter registration deadline for Missouri/Kansas nears

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With the November 6 election just six weeks away, some are wondering, “Am I still registered to vote?” while others may be first-time voters. The question often arises for people who have ...

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New Gallup poll refutes media hopes of November bloodbath

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A Gallup poll shows forty-five percent of Americans now have a favorable view of the Republican Party, a nine-point gain from last September’s 36%. It is the party’s most positive image since ...

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Long-time friend of Christine Blasey Ford contradicts her on party

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A friend of the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has denied that she was at the party where the alleged assault occurred. The Senate Judiciary Committee ...

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Newspaper: George Soros has ties to Kavanaugh accuser

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The Washington Times newspaper says just George Soros’ fingerprints are all over what’s going on with Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings for the Supreme Court, including ties to those around the accuser. ...

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The strange tale of the Kavanaugh accuser

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What appeared to be the likely confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court now rests on the believability of almost 40-year-old allegations of an accuser about his time as a high ...

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Maxine Waters honored with leadership award by editors

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The nation’s newspapers say partisanship has run amok in Washington. “We need bridge builders,” they say. “The president’s comments are inflammatory,” they opine. So, you would think, in choosing someone to honor ...

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Suspicious letter meant to derail Kavanaugh?

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Sixty-five women who say they have known Judge Brett Kavanaugh since high school are coming to the Supreme Court nominee’s defense after allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled at the judge this ...

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