The Republican map looks favorable in 2022. And in normal years, the party that doesn’t hold the White House typically does well in the mid-terms election. So the GOP has high hopes for their chances to retake power in two years.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), in an op-ed for Fox News, claimed Democrats “ignore reality” when they focus on Russian interference in American elections.
“Ever since the Democratic National Committee server was hacked during the 2016 election campaign, ‘Russian disinformation and interference’ has been the shiny object that Democrats and the mainstream media have used to bamboozle the American people,” Johnson writes. “Because Russia is believed to have exposed the contents of the DNC server, Americans were supposed to focus on the existential threat that ‘Russian election interference’ posed to America — and ignore the anti-Catholic emails and other vile content written by top Democratic operatives and exposed in the incident.”
Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) criticized a Republican-led probe into Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his past dealings with Ukraine, saying the investigation is politically motivated.
“That, I think, from the outset, had the earmarks of a political exercise,” Romney said during a Homeland Security Committee hearing. “And I’m fearful that comments made in the media recently have only confirmed that perspective.”
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) would not condemn Trump for his urging his supporters to go to Portland and carry out acts of violence.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) admitted that the point of his Russia back investigation into Joe Biden is to help Donald Trump win.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) said that Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) are laundering Russian propaganda through the Senate to attack Biden.
Sen. Ron Johnson is being given propaganda and misinformation from pro-Putin Ukrainians that he is using in his investigation of the Bidens.
CNN's Jake Tapper took apart Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) for standing behind firing IGs while he blew a gasket about Barack Obama.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) took his first walk-back Secret Society conspiracy step on Wednesday, but Thursday he fled.
Now that he's fed the the right-wing media and base yet another false narrative and absurd conspiracy to feast upon, the Republican Senator says it might have all been written in jest.
If Republicans are struggling to even get a 12-vote majority in a committee vote, it doesn't bode well for their chances of getting a 50-vote approval if the full Senate takes it up.
Republican Senators Lindsey Graham (SC), John McCain (AZ), Ron Johnson (WI), and Bill Cassidy (LA) held a joint press conference to announce that they would vote no on the skinny Obamacare repeal bill unless they got assurances from Paul Ryan that it would never become law.
Republican Senators Rand Paul (KY), Mike Lee (UT), Ron Johnson (WI), and Ted Cruz (TX) have all come out in opposition to the Senate Trumpcare bill.
Trumpcare is starting to go down in a ball of flames in the Senate, as Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) said he wouldn't bet on ACA repeal and replace passing, and that he is backing a short-term bill to stabilize the insurance markets.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) if he could name a single time that Trump criticized Putin. Sen. Johnson immediately broke into a song and dance about Trump will operate from a position of strength and everything is Obama's fault.
Democrats have already reached an important marker in the battle to take back the Senate. Democratic candidates now lead enough states to take back the Senate from Mitch McConnell and the Republican Party.
With Republicans in a state of total collapse, a new analysis shows that Democrats are now favored to win back the Senate in 2016.
Two new polls revealed that incumbent Republican senators in New Hampshire and Wisconsin have joined vulnerable GOP incumbents in Ohio and Pennsylvania who could lose their seats because of the Republican decision to block Obama's SCOTUS nominee.
In Wisconsin, the situation has gotten so bad for the Republicans that they actually consider being down by 8 points "good news."
Former Senator Russ Feingold has announced that he is ready for a rematch in Wisconsin for the seat that he lost to tea party Republican Sen. Ron Johnson. Feingold also echoed a populist anti-Koch message in his announcement.
Hillary Clinton leads Scott Walker 52-40 in his home state, and Russ Feingold is up 54-38 over GOP Senator Ron Johnson.