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After Virginia, Nancy Pelosi Becomes Key to Republican Victory in 2018

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.

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Scott Adams and the Year of Winning Bigly

By the time you finish Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter, you will not only understand the 2016 election in an entirely new way, but you will see your entire world differently

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NeverTrump ‘Republicans’ Gloat over Democrat Victory in Virginia

The small but vocal contingent of “NeverTrump” Republicans — those who swore never to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, even if that meant handing the country to Hillary Clinton and the Democrats — were exuberant Tuesday night, as Republican gubernatorial candidates went down to defeat in New Jersey and Virginia.

In this Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 photo Republican candidate for Lt. Gov. Virginia State Sen. Jill Vogel participates in a debate with Democrat Justin Fairfax at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Va. Vogel is doing everything she can to differentiate herself from the rest of the Republican Party. Her opponent, Democrat Justin Fairfax, says she can’t run from her conservative record. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Jill Vogel: Virginia’s Tuesday Election Has National Impact

Virginia Sen. Jill Vogel — the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor of the commonwealth — joined SiriusXM host Matt Boyle on Breitbart News Saturday, making the case that Virginia’s future hangs on whether the Republican ticket of Vogel, Ed Gillespie for governor, and John Adams for attorney general wins on November 7.