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Border Wall Vote Puts Vulnerable 2020 Democrat Senators in Spotlight

The dramatic vote in the Senate Friday afternoon on whether to proceed to a final vote on the House-passed continuing budget resolution that includes $5.7 billion of border wall funding placed an intense spotlight on three Democrat senators whose re-election prospects in 2020 are considered uncertain.

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Dem Sen. Jones: Trump Is Hurting Republicans with ‘Dog-whistle Politics’

Monday on CNN’s “New Day,” Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) accused President Donald Trump of hurting Republican candidates in the midterm election with his “dog-whistle politics.” Jones said, “I think the president is making Republicans have a difficult time this year. We’re

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Dem Sen Jones: We Need ‘Solutions’ on Obamacare, Not ‘Sabotage’

During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) discussed health care and stated that while the Affordable Care Act isn’t perfect, “instead of sabotage, we need solutions.” Transcript (via Fed News) as Follows: “Hi, I’m Doug Jones, United States

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Sen. Jones: Kavanaugh’s Op-Ed Was ‘Disingenuous’ 

Friday on CNN’s “New Day,” Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL)  said Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s Wall Street Journal op-ed  apologizing for his emotional testimony was “disingenuous.” On Kavanaugh’s op-ed, Jones said, “It was certainly not persuasive. I think what was persuasive was his

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NRA Ad Urges Senators to Confirm Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

The National Rifle Association on Tuesday took the next step in its nationwide campaign to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, highlighting the stakes for the Second Amendment and 100 million American gun owners.

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Democrats Vote Against CHIP Funding Ahead of ‘Schumer Shutdown’

186 House Democrats voted against keeping the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) funded for the next six years as they opposed a stopgap spending measure in the House of Representatives Thursday that would keep the government open for the next four weeks.