Recent midterm polls: Biden decries voter violence and intimidation in appeal to voters

What are US midterm elections and when should they be held?

Joe Biden urged Americans to protect democracy at the polls in the midterm elections as he called for an end to political violence in a speech on Wednesday.

The president compared the attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband to the January 6 attack by a pro-Trump mob on the US Capitol.

And he criticized the one-term president for refusing to accept the results of the 2020 election and for putting “faith in himself above faith in the Constitution.”

Earlier, as former President Barack Obama continues his tour of states critical to this year’s midterm elections, Georgia’s GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker said he would put his resume against Mr. Obama “any time of the day. ” – this despite many examples of Mr. Walker lying about his work and educational history/

Mr Obama gave a speech in Georgia earlier this week and will campaign alongside Joe Biden this weekend.

Meanwhile, a new poll in Pennsylvania has struck fear into the hearts of Democrats with news that Senate candidate John Fetterman apparently has a one-point lead over Republican Mehmet Oz — this as the party’s leads in other states decrease or do not increase stubbornly.

With the chances of Democrats holding the House still looking slim, control of the US Senate hangs in the balance. Among the states where the parties remain essentially tied are the race for a GOP seat in Ohio and a Democratic hold in Nevada, although incumbent Sens. Mark Kelly of Arizona and Raphael Warnock appear to hold a slight lead.

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Voices: Five Senate seats most likely to flip in midterm elections

The independentEric Garcia writes:

We are officially seven days from Election Day! Celebrate or panic as you wish.

Much has changed since our previous ranking of the Senate seats most likely to flip, with some candidates advancing while other races have strengthened. One contest that is no longer on the list is North Carolina, thanks in large part to an onslaught of ads by Republican groups that helped Rep. Ted Budd edge Cheri Beasley, and in which Democrats have failed to match.

Meanwhile, things are heating up in Arizona, which returns to our rankings. And while Rep. Tim Ryan put up an impressive fight against Republican JD Vance during their debates, it appears that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s money invasion gave the embattled GOP candidate the atmospherics he needed to pull away.

With that, here is your final ranking of the top five Senate seats most likely to flip. Call us accordingly.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 07:45

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Everything you need to know about the Georgia Senate race

Incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock is now seeking a full six-year term against Herschel Walker, one of the most legendary University of Georgia football players of all time.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 06:45

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Six states and their key races to watch on November 8

With the US midterm elections fast approaching, we’ve taken a look at six states and their key races to watch as Americans vote.

Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin will play a vital role in shaping the House and Senate.

Among the six states are five that President Joe Biden flipped in 2020, and all eyes will be on them as the public heads to the polls.

This video breaks down who the key players are in each race, and what they have for and against them on November 8.

Six states and their key races for the 2022 midterms

With the US midterm elections fast approaching, we’ve taken a look at six states and their key races to watch as Americans vote. Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin will play a vital role in shaping the House and Senate. The six states are the five that President Joe Biden flipped in 2020, and all eyes will be on them as the public heads to the polls. This video breaks down who the key players are in each race, and what they have for and against them on November 8. Click here to sign up for our newsletters.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 05:15

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Obama Likens Nevada GOP Senate Candidate to ‘Crazy Uncle’

Former President Barack Obama likened Nevada Republican Senate candidate Adam Laxalt to a family’s “crazy uncle” during a campaign speech boosting incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto ahead of the 2022 midterms.

“You don’t have to take my word for it — a few weeks ago, 14 members of Adam Laxalt’s family announced their support for Catherine Cortez Masto,” he said.

Graig Graziosi reports on the former president’s remarks.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 03:45

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The most important midterm elections to watch

Election Day is less than a week away and the 2022 midterms are entering their final sprint.

Republicans hope that Americans’ frustration with inflation and the economy, as well as rising crime, will overshadow their concerns about the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization reversal of decision Roe v. Wade.

Instead, Democrats hope to make abortion a centerpiece of the election, but they also hope to brand “MAGA Republicans” as threats to democracy and highlight the January 6th uprising.

Here are the most important elections to watch this cycle.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 02:45

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“More people are going to get hurt,” Obama warns

Barack Obama warned of the dire state of politics in America.

Ahead of an expectedly intense election day on November 8 and days after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband was attacked at their San Francisco home, Mr Obama warned that “more people are going to get hurt” while on the campaign trail in Las Vegas. nevada, Reuters mentionted.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 01:45

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Georgia Senate race: What you need to know about Walker v Warnock

Incumbent Raphael Warnock is now seeking a full six-year term in the Senate, facing Herschel Walker, one of the most legendary University of Georgia football players of all time.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 3, 2022 00:45

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Biden urges defense of democracy in DC speech

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President Joe Biden speaks about threats to democracy ahead of next week’s midterm elections, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022, at the Columbus Club in Union Station, near the U.S. Capitol in Washington.

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Graeme MasseyNovember 2, 2022 23:37

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Biden warns of ‘chaos’ of MAGA candidates refusing to accept results

The president said Republicans’ failure to accept the midterm results was “illegal.”

“I wish I could say that the attack on our democracy ended that day (January 6). But I can not. As I stand here today, there are candidates running for every level of office in America … who will not commit to accepting the results of the election they are running in,” he said.

“In our bones, we know that democracy is at risk,” Biden said as he said he “knows” Americans will defend the country at the polls.

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Graeme MasseyNovember 2, 2022 11:22 p.m

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Biden criticizes Trump for election lies

“The defeated former president of the United States refuses to accept the results of the 2020 election, refuses to accept the will of the people or accept the fact that he lost. He abused his power and put loyalty to himself above loyalty to the constitution,” the president said.

“The big lie has turned out to be just that,” he said.

Graeme MasseyNovember 2, 2022 23:11

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