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  • Arizona’s Democratic Senators Are Already Angering the Left

    Last week, during a series of votes on amendments to the Senate’s budget resolution, eight Democrats signed onto an amendment aimed at prohibiting undocumented immigrants from receiving Covid-19 stimulus checks—a redundant measure that might have threatened payments to their spouses and children, according to Democrats like Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin. Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly were among the Democrats who backed the amendment. Latino advocates aren’t happy about it. “We are...

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  • In a 50-50 Senate, One Democrat’s Power Swells

    Senator Joe Manchin, the most conservative Democrat in the chamber, can use his vote to bless or curse his party’s priorities. Here’s the latest on politics.
  • David Perdue Files for 2022 Senate Race Against Democrat Raphael Warnock

    Former Sen. David Perdue has filed to challenge Sen. Raphael Warnock for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2022, according to the Federal Election Commission.

  • David Perdue Files to Run Against Raphael Warnock for Georgia Senate Seat

    Mr. Perdue, who lost a runoff election last month against Senator Jon Ossoff, is taking the first step in the Republican Party’s effort to try to win back a Senate seat in 2022.