“Good Republican candidates will win BIG!,” President Trump tweeted late Saturday afternoon.
“Good Republican candidates will win BIG!,” President Trump tweeted late Saturday afternoon.
Republican losses in Virginia and New Jersey on Tuesday have stressed the need for the party to develop a strong message for 2018. And without achievements in Congress to point to, the party only has one tried-and-tested plan: tie Democrats to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), who remains deeply unpopular among Republican voters, and who has clung jealously to power despite leading her party to several historic defeats in recent years.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is teaming with Job Creators Network, one of the nation’s largest pro-jobs grassroots organizations, to embark on a nationwide tour aimed at putting pressure on Congress to send a small business-spurring tax bill to President Donald Trump’s desk.
A Colorado non-profit filed a lawsuit on Monday seeking to void the result of last month’s special election in Georgia, won by Republican candidate Karen Handel against Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff in the most expensive congressional race in history.
Job Creators Network, one of the nation’s largest pro-jobs grassroots organizations, debuted a powerful new advert showcasing stories of Americans suffering from the effects of Obamacare.
President Donald Trump said he hopes House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stays in her position in the House of Representatives–to help Republicans continue winning elections.
Job Creators Network: GOP Special Election Proof America Wants ‘Trump’s Job Creation Agenda’
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is facing unprecedented pressure, as frustrated Democrats have begun — for the first time in seven years — to talk about replacing her after a series of disappointments at the ballot box.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid sent out a series of tweets Tuesday downplaying Jon Ossoff’s decisive loss in the “referendum” special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District.
President Donald Trump ribbed the media on Wednesday night after two special election congressional victories in South Carolina and Georgia.
Pop icon and political critic Cher took to Twitter Wednesday to question whether Democratic House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi may have played a role in Jon Ossoff’s defeat in his race against Republican Karen Handel for Georgia’s sixth district congressional seat on Tuesday.
Documentary filmmaker and leftist activist Michael Moore took to Twitter Wednesday to express his frustration with the Democratic Party after Jon Ossoff lost to Republican Karen Handel in Tuesday night’s special election for Georgia’s sixth district congressional seat.
White House deputy press secretary Sarah Sanders singed Democrats during an appearance on Fox News, saying Republicans would get “tired of winning” elections, like Karen Handel’s victory in Georgia.
Democrat pollster and analyst Pat Caddell talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday regarding the Karen Handel vs. Jon Ossoff results in the GA 6th district race and if they might be an omen for 2018.
Rick Ungar, co-host of “Steele & Ungar” on SiriusXM POTUS 124 spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday in the wake of Democrat Jon Ossoff’s loss to Republican Karen Handel in the race to represent GA-06 in the House.
Karen Handel’s election win in the sixth congressional district of Georgia Tuesday night made her the first Republican woman elected to Congress from Georgia. It was a hard-fought race that left the feminist left conspicuously silent on the milestone.
As the election results showed Republican Karen Handel soundly beating her opponent Jon Ossoff in the special election in Georgia, CNN analysts appeared disappointed by the results before anchor Anderson Cooper cut to a break.
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough reacted to last night’s special election, in which Republican Karen Handel defeated well-funded Democrat Jon Ossoff to fill Georgia’s vacant sixth congressional district seat. Scarborough dismissed the notion of “moral victories” and noted
Democrats are concluding that Jon Ossoff’s disappointing loss to Karen Handel in the special election for Georgia’s 6th congressional district on Tuesday means they must move even further left, and reject calls for more civility.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of “CNN Tonight,” host Don Lemon reacted to the results in Georgia’s special election by saying a Republican winning in Georgia shouldn’t be breaking news. Lemon said, “What’s interesting is that, breaking news, a Republican wins in Georgia,
President Donald Trump congratulated Republican candidate Karen Handel for winning her Congressional election in Georgia on Tuesday.
Here are five takeaways from the two special elections on Tuesday: The victory of Republican Karen Handel over Democrat Jon Ossoff in the sixth district of Georgia, and also, the much-less-heralded victory of Republican Ralph Norman in the fifth district of South Carolina.
On Tuesday’s “CNN Tonight,” Director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics Larry Sabato stated the results of Georgia’s special election are saddening for Democrats, and they should learn the lesson that re-taking the House and defeating President Trump
CNN cut away from Karen Handel’s victory speech after the Republican won the special election in Georgia’s 6th congressional district on Tuesday night, just as she was about to begin describing the issues that defined her agenda.
Now that Karen Handel has won — and won decisively, stunning the pollsters and pundits once again — the road is wide open for Trump’s legislative agenda.
Democrat Jon Ossoff lost his bid against Republican Karen Handel in Georgia’s Sixth District special congressional election Tuesday night, representing a stunning rebuke of Hollywood and the numerous celebrities who stumped for and contributed to the Democrat’s campaign.
Tuesday, shortly after CNN called the special election to fill the vacancy for Georgia’s sixth congressional district for Republican Karen Handel, partygoers at Democrat Jon Ossoff’s event broke into chants of “this is what democracy looks like.” Follow Breitbart.tv on
Republican Karen Handel has won the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, according to Decision Desk HQ, which called the race for her at 9:59 pm eastern.
The polls have closed in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional district for the special election between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel. The special election has turned out to be the most expensive in U.S. history, with each side pouring in tens of millions of dollars to back their particular candidate as Democrats see a potential momentum-shifter and Republicans see an opportunity to hold off the left once and for all in the era of President Donald Trump.
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars took to Twitter Tuesday to bash Republican Karen Handel and throw their support behind her Democratic opponent, Jon Ossoff, as voters head to the polls for Georgia’s Sixth District special election.
Tuesday on MSNBC, Georgia Democratic congressional hopeful Jon Ossoff, who is running against Karen Handel, the Republican nominee, in a special election today, said voters in Georgia’s sixth congressional district do not care that he lives outside their district. Both
It has been reported for several months that Jon Ossoff, the Democratic candidate seeking to win the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District on Tuesday, does not live in the district.
Republican Karen Handel leads Democrat Jon Ossoff by two points in the final poll of Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District special election released by the Trafalgar Group late Monday afternoon.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to support Republican congressional candidate Karen Handel on Monday, just hours before voters in Georgia go to the polls.
Democrat Jon Ossoff talks pro-gun but actually opposes Georgians’ right to self-defense on public college and university campuses.
The Democratic Party’s future in American politics is currently in such dire straits that the party has begun rallying around a failed Senate candidate as its potential future face.
The two most recent polls in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District special election to be held on Tuesday show the race is a statistical tie between Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff and Republican candidate Karen Handel.
Republican congressional candidate Karen Handel told Breitbart News on Monday morning that she intends to overcome Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats, and liberal media bias, by winning the special election for Georgia’s 6th congressional district on Tuesday.
A SuperPAC opposed to Democrat Jon Ossoff announced today that it has made “a five-figure buy” for a TV ad, titled “Stop the Violent Left” that “will play on Fox News on Sunday and Monday ahead of Tuesday’s election” in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District to replace Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), now the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Republican Congressional candidate Karen Handel confirmed that she and several neighbors had received packages that “contained threatening letters and a suspicious substance.”
A poll of the hotly contested special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District to replace Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) shows that Jon Ossoff, the Democrat, leads Republican Karen Handel by three points.
A new poll charting the battle to replace Rep. Tom Price in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District special election that will be held on June 20 shows the race between Jon Ossoff, the Democrat, and Karen Handel, the Republican, is tied. This is despite the $23 million that Ossoff has raised for his campaign, the vast majority of which has come from out-of-state:
Sixty-seven percent of likely voters in the hard-fought battle for Georgia’s Sixth District say illegal immigration is very or somewhat concerning — yet the Democratic and Republican candidates, and the local media are ignoring the issue.
Once described as a bellwether test of the Trump administration’s policies, the special election scheduled for June 20 to replace former Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), now the Secretary of Health and Human Services, in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District has turned into a record-setting budget buster whose outcome may tell us more about each party’s ability to mobilize its base nationally than actual voter sentiment about the president.
Survey USA has Democrat Jon Ossoff leading Republican Karen Handel by seven seven percent, 51 to 44, among likely voters in the runoff election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.