In Georgia, Republicans are stuck with a problematic Senate candidate they saw coming but decided they couldn’t stop.
Author: Isaac Arnsdorf
CPAC backpedals on pro-Russia tweet as some U.S. conservatives back Putin
The prominent conservative group decried “gift-giving to Ukraine” while adopting Putin’s view of “Ukraine-occupied territories.”
Trump escalates attacks on McConnell with ‘DEATH WISH’ post
An incendiary and racist message from the former president raised concerns about inciting more violence.
GOP sees path to Senate majority via Nevada and Georgia amid spending boost
Republicans are catching up in money and polls as they zero in on Georgia and Nevada as their best shots to flip a seat and win the upper chamber.
How a QAnon splinter group became a feature of Trump rallies
An offshoot of the extremist movement called Negative48 is thronging Trump political events, causing tensions with the former president’s team.
How a Trump soundtrack became a QAnon phenomenon
A song’s journey from a Trump video to online forums and back to Trump rallies shows the melding of the MAGA and QAnon movements
Trump plots aggressive midterm strategy seen in GOP as double-edged sword
Republican campaigns hope rallies, robo-calls and virtual appearances by the former president can boost excitement in the party base without turning off moderates and independents
Pa. governor hopeful bets he can win by not moderating Trumpian stances
The GOP nominee in Pennsylvania is embracing Trump and testing whether the base of support that prevailed in a fractured primary can win in November.
Republican super PAC cuts ad buy in Arizona Senate race
The Senate Leadership Fund, a Republican Super PAC, cut its ad buy in Arizona, a pullback from one of the most contested states that suggested concern about GOP nominee Blake Masters
‘It’s a rip-off’: GOP spending under fire as Senate hopefuls seek rescue
A cash crunch at campaigns and the NRSC set off a panic as GOP candidates emerged from bruising primaries playing catch-up in polls and advertising.