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Presidential Prayer Team launches Pray the Vote ahead of midterms

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The Presidential Prayer Team, the largest full-time prayer ministry for the nation’s leaders, announced the launch of Pray the Vote, a nationwide prayer campaign in advance of the November’s midterm elections. This ...

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Republicans, mainstream media decry angry Biden speech as divisive

Lawmakers are responding to an unprecedented attack by President Joe Biden on his opponents. Biden, who still has some of the lowest poll numbers of any president in history, gave an ultra-politicized ...

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Maryland voters finally get their 2020 ballots in the mail

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Maryland residents are getting a blast from the past. They’ve finally received their 2020 election ballots in the mail. The blank ballots were found in a tray and were delivered over the ...

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After Roe: What Now? Do We Value Them Both?

The United States Supreme Court has determined that Federal Government authority to regulate abortion is not found in the Constitution, and that therefore it falls to each individual state to do so. ...

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Republicans trounce Democrats in Congressional baseball game

The Republican red wave took place just as expected say commenters on social media. The GOP shut out the Democrats 10-0 in the annual Congressional Baseball game at Nationals Park in Washington ...

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Confidence in nearly all institutions, including the church, dropped since last year

Confidence in nearly every American institution – including the church – has dropped over the past year, a new Gallup poll finds. The yearly poll asks respondents to share how much confidence, ...

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Israel dissolves Knesset, calls for new elections Nov. 1

Israel’s legislature, the Knesset, on Thursday voted to immediately dissolve itself triggering new elections on November 1. It will be a record fifth election in three-and-a-half years. A strange coalition, including an ...

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Israel could see new elections returning Netanyahu to power

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping for a historic comeback after the ruling coalition in Israel disintegrated on Monday. The announcement of the split between ruling parties, and possible new elections, ...

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Christian conservative and Mexican-born Mayra Flores flips Democrat seat Republican

Hispanic Christian conservative Mayra Flores won the special election to fill the vacant Texas Congressional District 34 seat on June 14. Her win flips the seat from Democrat to Republican further reducing ...

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San Francisco voters recall soft-on-crime district attorney

The backlash against the progressive agenda continues, even in liberal parts of the country. On Tuesday, San Francisco voters recalled District Attorney Chesa Boudin, in part because of his handling of rising ...

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Kansans for Life launches project to safeguard integrity of elections

Kansans for Life this week announced the launch of the KFL Election Integrity and Voting Rights Project to prepare voters ahead of this fall’s midterm elections and for years to come. This ...

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Kansas Election Integrity Forum to be moderated by Lara Logan

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Election integrity has become a topic in all 50 states, including Kansas. That’s led to a major conference and public forum to be held in the Sunflower State in June with national ...

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Can pastors running for office make a difference?

The American Renewal Project is encouraging pastors and church members across the nation to seek office. In April 2014, Jerry Falwell Jr. called me saying he was in a bind. Liberty University’s ...

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Republicans hold strong lead in voter turnout during primary elections

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If Tuesday’s primary elections were any indication, Republicans will have a large advantage in voter turnout this year. In Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho and Oregon, Republicans made up 55 percent of ...

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Christian groups release candidate list for Tuesday’s school board elections

The Missouri chapter of Concerned Women for America has issued a list of preferred school board candidates for Tuesday’s elections. The list was compiled by various pro-family groups and consolidated last week ...

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Soaring gas price an ominous sign for Democrats in midterm elections

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Spiking oil and gas prices are yet another threat to the ability of Democrats to hold onto power in November’s midterm elections. The average price for a gallon of unleaded this week ...

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Missouri Democratic Rep. Cori Bush won’t give up defunding police

Missouri’s member of the Squad, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of St. Louis, is standing firm on her commitment to defunding the police. “I always tell [fellow Democrats], ‘If you all had fixed ...

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Rasmussen reviews key polls from January

In January surveys and polls, this is what America told Rasmussen Reports: – Barely a third of Americans believe Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams of equal opportunity in the country are a reality. – Voters ...

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Voters exit Democrat Party in historic numbers and speed

President Biden and the Democrat Congress apparently have been effective salespeople for their arch-nemesis – the Republican Party. Americans are switching parties in droves, according to a Gallup poll of voters released ...

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Columbia, Mo. tackles its violent crime as elections loom

Columbia is gaining a reputation as one of Missouri’s most violent cities. The deep blue city, an outlier in an otherwise deep red central part of the state, has dealt with a ...

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Republican truck driver spends just $153 to defeat powerful New Jersey state senator

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A New Jersey truck driver who spent only $153 on his campaign has defeated the longtime president of the New Jersey Senate, according to unofficial election results. Edward Durr, a Republican, won ...

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Photo ID for voting is back on agenda for Missouri Legislature

Jay Ashcroft, Missouri secretary of state, is giving it another shot to legislate photo ID requirements for voting. Polls show Missourians favor voter ID. “If you show up with a cable bill, ...

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Some Democrats return to Texas, allowing election reform to proceed

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Several AWOL Democrat legislators have returned to Texas ending a 38-day standoff with the state legislature. The Democrats, whose approval ratings plummeted after the stunt, fled the state to prevent an election ...

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SW Missouri Congressman Billy Long joins crowded GOP field for U.S. Senate

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The Republican field of candidates to replace Roy Blunt in the U.S. Senate in 2022 continues to grow. Rep. Billy Long made it official last week, announcing in an interview on Fox ...

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Congresswoman Sharice Davids gets covid 6 months after being vaccinated

Kansas Congresswoman Sharice Davids on Friday tested positive for COVID-19 despite having received the vaccine over six months ago. In a statement, Davids confirmed what others who have contracted it after getting ...

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