Lieutenant Governor’s Race in California Draws Big Bucks

The race for lieutenant governor in California — a position that incumbent Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom once famously said should be eradicated if it wasn’t made more effective — has already seen a combined total of $10 million raised by all seven of the primary candidates who are vying for the post, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.


Kaus: Luther Strange Is 2017’s Eric Cantor

GOP Sen. Luther Strange is the 2017 version of Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor, who was also defeated in his primary by deep opposition to Washington’s bipartisan support for cheap-labor immigration, says Mickey Kaus, an author and an advocate for reduced immigration.

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Speaker Paul Ryan Wins Primary in Landslide

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan won his primary this evening, according to the Associated Press, finishing off his feisty challenger Paul Nehlen who repeatedly accused the fifth-generation Wisconsin native for not having a soul and having a personality grown in a petrie dish.

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas speaks during a rally in Towson, Md., Monday, April 18, 2016.

Cruz To Spend NY Election Night In Philadelphia

On the evening of Tuesday’s big New York primary election Sen. Ted Cruz will be next door, to host an election night watch party in upcoming primary state Pennsylvania.

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Obama: ’Secret’ Who I Voted for in Democratic Primary

President Barack Obama declined to say whether he voted for Hillary Clinton or Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary in Illinois. Obama was asked about his vote by the Wall Street Journal’s Carol Lee, but he did not appear willing

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Scott Walker: Ted Cruz ‘Has a Real Plan to Grow Jobs and Restore Opportunity’

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker urges Wisconsin voters to support Sen. Ted Cruz in a new ad that calls Donald Trump’s closest competitor “the only conservative who can beat Hillary Clinton” and a Constitutional conservative candidate with a plan to “challenge the status quo” like Wisconsinites have.

Ted Cruz Calls Trump to 2-Man Debate Going into Town Hall

2016 Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz is marching on with a challenge to frontrunner Donald Trump, suggesting that Tuesday’s scheduled CNN town hall could become a debate between the two.