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Trump has been an aberration. He stormed onto the political scene and rallied a following before most people knew who or what he was. Because he won in the primaries, the rational Republicans had little choice but to accept him as their candidate.
Data from this month's midterm election vote show the delegates showing up for the North Dakota Republican Party's candidate selection process are significantly out of touch with what North Dakota voters want from those candidates.
Now that the Republicans are back in power in the house, will they spend their time making good on their promises or will they devote useless energy, time and our tax money on getting revenge on the Democrats for perceived injustices they suffered during the time they were out of power?
"It's not enough for Trump to go. Trumpism, which is to say the bombastic, hateful, egotistical, divisive, and ultimately self-defeating approach to politics Trump has popularized, and that many Republicans have internalized, must go with it."
Scott Jensen, GOP nominee for Minnesota governor, took in more money than his opponent over the last month's reporting period, but his spending still trailed significantly.
Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Michelle Fischbach is seeking her second term in a district considered a stronghold for her party. Opponents Jill Abahsain of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and Travis "Bull" Johnson of the Legal Marijuana Now Party say discontent with the incumbent and their positions on issues important to the district give them a fighting chance.

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These faux news/Republican styled comments labeling the Democratic Party as such are simply attempts to generate unfounded fear and garner support for their party. The Republicans also want you to believe they stand for “law and order.”
Crockett is running largely on the premise that the current election system is vulnerable to fraud. Numerous examinations of the 2020 election have found no evidence of fraud the former president claims cost him re-election to the White House.
I'd like to think that there was a time, not so long ago, when political candidates and activists who talked casually about Jewish media conspiracies, and flippantly used slurs, would have resigned in shame when caught, or would at the very least be ostracized by their party. But that's not happening anymore"."

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