In 2014, the Republican party took control of the senate. They have used that majority to wield incredible power over Democrats. The GOP led Senate was able to push through a massive tax break for the rich. They were also able to prevent Donald Trump from being impeached in early 2020.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) says he regrets not wearing a mask to protect himself from contracting the novel coronavirus during the Republican National Convention (RNC). Tillis, who has been vocal about the need to wear face coverings, says he “fell short” by not setting an example and wearing one.
Cal Cunningham raised $7.4 million in the second quarter of 2020, which is a Senate fundraising record for the state of North Carolina.
Republicans are desperate to keep the Senate so they have set up a super PAC that they are using to meddling in the North Carolina Democratic Senate primary.
When anti-regulatory politicians like Thom Tillis (R-NC) abandon common sense in favor of dogmatic ideology, it endangers public health.
CNN is reporting that the GOP moves early to court conservative Christians. We are told that, “The first votes of the 2016 campaign won’t be cast for another year but there’s already a race well underway: The Christian primary.”
Republicans just can't get over the fact that they can no longer get together and lynch the black guy they found in the white neighborhood
David Brooks admits GOP crazy but says "serious parties eventually pull back from the fever swamps. That's what's happened to the Republican Party."
Gordon Klingenschmitt brings his demonic obsessions to the Colorado State Senate and Michael Peroutka his neo-Confederate secessionism to Anne Arundel County, Maryland
United States District Court Judge William Osteen for the Middle District of North Carolina , a Bush appointee, allowed Tillis to intervene as a party in the federal district lawsuit, nearly two years old, that legalized same-sex marriage in North Carolina.
While Kay Hagan spent Tuesday on a NC First tour meeting with diverse groups of voters across the state, a desperate Thom Tillis talked to a chair.
On October 25, Hillary Clinton and North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan will appear together for an early vote event at the convention center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Republicans got some bad news on Monday as a poll in a key Senate race revealed that one of their 'rock stars' is quickly losing steam and is now trailing against her Democratic opponent.