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Former U.S. President Carter wades into heated Georgia governor’s race By Reuters

© Reuters. NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Atlanta Falcons By Amy Tennery NEW YORK (Reuters) – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter waded into the heated governor’s race in his home state of Georgia on Monday, asking the Republican candidate to step down from his role as the state’s top elections official. Carter said he was concerned that popular confidence in Georgia’s ...

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In Trump-won U.S. House districts, Republicans seek a firewall By Reuters

2/2 © Reuters. Republican Representative Steve Chabot campaigns outside the Mason High School football game in Mason 2/2 By Ginger Gibson, Joseph Ax and Karen Pierog (Reuters) – For months, Republican U.S. Representative Steve Chabot was running about even with Democratic opponent Aftab Pureval in his traditionally conservative southwest Ohio district. But as the Nov. 6 elections approach, the contest ...

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Trump on Twitter (October 28)

Trump on Twitter (October 28) – FBI, Democrats, Fake News The following statements were posted to the verified personal Twitter account of U.S. President Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump) The opinions expressed are his own. Reuters has not edited the statements or confirmed their accuracy. @realDonaldTrump : – Thank you to Steve Rogers, FBI Joint Terror Task Force (Ret), for his very kind and ...

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Trump’s new tax cut plan probably waits for 2019: lawmaker By Reuters

Trump’s new tax cut plan probably waits for 2019: lawmaker WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives’ leading lawmaker on taxes suggested on Sunday that a new tax cut plan touted by President Donald Trump was unlikely to see action in Congress before 2019, and then only if Republicans keep their majority in Nov. 6 elections. “Really common sense ...

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Florida man charged after bombs sent to Trump critics By Reuters

Florida man charged after bombs sent to Trump critics By Zachary Fagenson and Bernie Woodall PLANTATION, Fla. (Reuters) – The Florida man suspected of mailing at least 14 pipe bombs to some of U.S. President Donald Trump’s leading critics was in custody on federal charges on Saturday, in a case reflecting the rancor of one of the most toxic election ...

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Control of U.S. Senate may hinge on possible Mississippi runoff By Reuters

Control of U.S. Senate may hinge on possible Mississippi runoff By Sharon Bernstein (Reuters) – A crowded U.S. Senate race in Republican stronghold Mississippi could set the stage for weeks of uncertainty over which party ends up controlling the upper chamber of Congress after the Nov. 6 elections. Two Republicans and two Democrats are contesting a special election to serve ...

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