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GOP operative: We lost AZSEN and NVSEN because of Trump


Jeff Zeleny

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The two Senate seats Democrats picked up — Nevada and now Arizona — were the two states President Trump did not visit during his final sprint of rallies. Could he have saved them by rallying his base one more time? A top GOP official tells me: “No. They lost because of him.”

AZ-SEN: I can't wait to see the expressions on those old men in the Senate when Kyrsten walks in

Defibrillators, anyone?

CA-45: Katie Porter narrows gap to 1,011 behind Mimi Walters


Martha McSally just conceded


CA-10: Democrat Josh Harder maintains a 3300 vote lead over incumbent Jeff Denham


We have a runoff in GA that may be more important than for Governor



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I just want to make sure everyone knows Georgia's Secretary of State race went to a Dec. 4th runoff between John Barrow (D) and Brad Raffensperger (R).

This is the election to elect Brian Kemp's successor. So it should be obvious how important position is for voting rights.

AZ-SEN: Maricopa in. Sinema leads by 38,000.


AZ-SEN: Pima County drop brings Sinema's lead to 35,000


AZ-SEN: McSally sees the writing on the wall


Democrats take control of Costa Mesa (CA) city government

Almost exactly a year after she was unceremoniously removed as Costa Mesa’s mayor, Katrina Foley reclaimed the post with a decisive victory over rival and current Mayor Sandy Genis in Tuesday’s race to become the city’s first directly elected mayor.

Elsewhere on the ballot, a slate of Foley’s allies — Manuel Chavez, Andrea Marr and Arlis Reynolds — swept the three other available City Council seats, ushering in a new controlling majority.

The winners of those spots get four-year terms, while the mayor will serve for two years.
“I’m obviously thrilled,” Foley, a Mesa del Mar resident and current councilwoman, said Wednesday morning. “I woke up to hundreds and hundreds of texts and calls, so it’s great to see that our team did so well. We all worked really hard to run positive campaigns and focus on neighborhood and community issues, and I think that’s what the voters wanted.”

With all precincts reporting, Foley held a 58.5% to 41.5% lead over Genis, who lives in Mesa Verde.

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