2024 U.S. Senate Races

Machin will run on the no labels ticket for president. That will draw Kennedys support away for sure.
In a launch video her campaign posted online, Murphy leans into programs she has championed as first lady, focusing on reducing maternal and infant mortality and changing the state’s education requirements to include climate change.

Really? why are there so many idiots in our nation that run for office?
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In a launch video her campaign posted online, Murphy leans into programs she has championed as first lady, focusing on reducing maternal and infant mortality and changing the state’s education requirements to include climate change.

Real…why are there so many idiots in our nation that run for office?

Because there are even more idiots that will vote for them.

Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown expands lead over GOP challengers: Poll​

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has taken a lead over two Republican challengers and expanded his lead over his other main GOP challenger in hypothetical matchups for next year's Senate race, according to a new poll.

Brown leads Republican state Sen. Matt Dolan 41%-38% compared to Dolan's 38%-36% lead over Brown in October. The Democratic senator also leads Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose 41%-36% compared to LaRose's 39%-38% lead over Brown in the October poll.


Democrat Running Against Ted Cruz Bankrolled By Donors Who Want To Defund The Police​

The Democrat likely to square off against Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas for his seat in 2024 has received a significant amount of donations from individuals and groups supportive of the defund the police movement.

Colin Allred, a Democratic House representative from the Dallas area, is running a well-financed campaign against Cruz, one of the most vulnerable Republican senators running in 2024, according to CNN. Allred has received more than $100,000 from groups that have endorsed defunding the police, tracking with his anti-police record during his short tenure in the House.


Los Angeles Times Endorses Schiff For California Senate Seat​

The Los Angeles Times’ editorial board endorsed Rep. Adam Schiff in the competitive race to replace the late California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, citing the California Democrat’s “extraordinary leadership” in protecting the country — and democracy — from former President Donald Trump.

The Times praised all three Democrats in the race, describing Schiff, Rep. Barbara Lee and Rep. Katie Porter as “smart, experienced, savvy members of the House who could represent California well in the Senate.”

But Schiff, the Times said, “stands out for his extraordinary leadership over the last several years in helping to protect the nation’s institutions, the rule of law and American democracy itself from former President Trump.”

Schiff rose to national prominence when he was tapped by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (who has endorsed Schiff in his Senate bid) to lead the first impeachment investigation into Trump for allegedly withholding aid to Ukraine on the condition that President Volodymyr Zelenskyy open an investigation into Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.


Arizona Republican chair Jeff DeWit RESIGNS over bombshell audio Bribing Kari Lake to stay out of office​

Jeff DeWit resigned as the chair of the Arizona Republican Party Wednesday, 24 hours after DailyMail.com published leaked audio of him offering Kari Lake a plum job or money to step out of politics.

In the tape, he can be heard explaining that powerful people would offer her a job or money if she sits out of politics for two years.

Audio obtained by DailyMail.com revealed how he made his offer at her home in early March last year.

'There are very powerful people who want to keep you out,' he can be heard saying.

Later in the 10-minute recording he asks her for 'a number' and floats the idea of finding her a job that would keep her busy for two years.

After asking her not to mention the conversation to anyone, he makes his first offer.

'So the ask I got today from back east was: "Is there any companies out there or something that could just put her on the payroll to keep her out?’

Lake reacts with indignation.

'This is about defeating Trump and I think that's a bad, bad thing for our country,' she said.

At the time of their conversation, Lake was publicly mulling a run for the U.S. Senate.

The new 10-minute audio clip includes DeWit asking for secrecy.

'If you say no, its fine, it's your choice, don't tell people,' he tells Lake.

Later he sets out the rationale behind the offer.

'I think what it really comes down to for a lot of people, it’s not about like control or agenda,' he says. 'It's about the ability to raise money to win.'

Lake sticks to her guns.

'I don't want to make a deal with these kinds of people. This is a hill worth dying on,' she said.

'I'm not ... if they're gonna steal the election to make me and our movement go away. I'm not letting them do that.

'I owe it to the people of Arizona to carry their torch and voice.'

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Sen. Bill Hagerty Endorses Arizona Republican Kari Lake for Senate​

Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) has endorsed Arizona Republican Kari Lake in her bid for U.S. Senate, calling her “fearless” and a “principled conservative.”

The announcement of support from Hagerty, first reported by the DailyMail, marks the latest in a string of endorsements for Lake, the frontrunner for the GOP nomination, from prominent Republican Senators.

“I’m honored to endorse my friend Kari Lake to be Arizona’s next U.S. Senator. Kari is a strong, principled conservative, who knows and loves the people of Arizona and will make them proud as their elected representative,” Hagerty said in a statement shared with the Mail and via an emailed press release from Lake’s campaign.

He added that Lake “will fight tirelessly to secure our border and make our country safe and prosperous.”

Lake already enjoys the endorsements of several U.S. senators. Republican Conference Chair John Barrasso (R-WY) – the third-ranking Senate Republican – and Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Roger Marshall (R-KS), and Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) have all announced their support for the former Fox 10 Phoenix anchor.

She also has the support of prominent House Republicans, like Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY), and Reps. Jim Banks (R-IN), Burgess Owens (R-UT), and Cory Mills (R-FL).



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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Spent $77,000 Of Campaign Funds On Chevrolet Vehicle, Filings Show​


Independent Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema spent lavishly over the past few months as Republicans and Democrats contend for her toss-up seat.

Sinema’s campaign filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) show she spent a significant portion of her money on hotels, a new car, security and concert tickets, the New York Post first reported. Her total disbursements amounted to $796,565.

She spent roughly $200,000 more than the $594,816 she fund raised from the beginning of October to the end of 2023, the filings indicate. The Sinema Leadership Fund, her joint fundraising committee, transferred $170,344 of funds to the campaign. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Senate Republicans Sound Off On Leaked Border Deal Proposals, Say They Will Absolutely Not Vote For Them)

The independent senator spent $77,000 of the $200,000 security payments on a Chevrolet and $1,523 on event tickets for her security guards. She spent an additional $3,028 on vehicles in Paris and London.

The New York Post previously reported on Sinema’s campaign spending $70,000 on a Chevrolet vehicle for security purposes.

Democratic Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego and former Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake are running for Sinema’s contested seat. The most recent polling on the Arizona senate race shows Gallego and Lake in a dead heat with or without Sinema in the race, according to FiveThirtyEight.


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