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2022 Election Predictions for Governors

2022 Election Predictions for Governors

I love throwing out my predictions for the upcoming elections. Here are my 2022 guesses for the main job in each state - the governorships. My final count after the election will be 33 Republicans vs 17 Democrats. We will see what happens after the election but it...

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The Texas 2022 Republican Primary Election Guide

The Texas 2022 Republican Primary Election Guide

Texans will be heading to the polls soon for the 2022 primary election. Early voting starts on the 14th and ends on the 25th, and March 1 is election day. The 2022 primary will be the first election voters will vote in new districts. The runoff election will...

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New Republican Women running against Democrats

New Republican Women running against Democrats

The Republican woman candidates for United States Representatives increase as we get closer to the 2022 Election. We have eight Republican women running against democrats. Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) has led a national effort to increase the number of...

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H.R. 1446: Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2021

H.R. 1446: Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2021

UPDATE: THIS BILL PASSED THE HOUSE ON MARCH 11TH. THE FINAL TALLY, YEAS: 219, NAYS: 210, NOT VOTING: 1. 2 REPUBLICANS VOTED YEA BRIAN FITZPATRICK (PA-01)CHRIS SMITH (NJ-04) TROY BALDERSON (OH-12) – DID NOT VOTE 2 DEMOCRATS VOTED NAY JARED GOLDEN (ME-02)RON KIND...

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H.R. 8: Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2021

H.R. 8: Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2021

NOTE: This was originally on yeasandnays.us. I’m closing that site to consolidate the website into this site.  I wanted to create a website that helps non-political people know the most critical bills working their way through congress. You are busy, working and...

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Special Election for the late Republican Rep. Ron Wright

Special Election for the late Republican Rep. Ron Wright

This article was updated on March 04th, 2021 to show the current candidates and we removed candidates that did not file for paperwork. An overly crowded race occurs on May 1 when Texas holds a special election for the late U.S. Rep. Ron Wright, R-Arlington, in the 6th...

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H.R. 1: For the People Act of 2021

H.R. 1: For the People Act of 2021

Democrats have introduced an election reform bill that would federalize the election process administered by the states.  BILL: H.R. 1: For the People Act of 2021  This bill will impose unnecessary and unconstitutional mandates on the states. It will...

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Virginia GENERAL ELECTION IN 2021

Virginia GENERAL ELECTION IN 2021

Virginia has mostly kept the state legislature and executive branches split, with Democrats and Republicans holding trifectas four years each. The last time Virginia had a Republican Governor, Bob McDonnell, was 2010 through 2013. The Republicans had control of the...

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New Jersey General election in 2021

New Jersey General election in 2021

In the last 29 years, Democrats have held 10 years of trifectas but did you know that Republicans have held 8 years of trifectas. The last time New Jersey had a Republican Governor was Chris Christie from 2010 through 2017. However, the last time Republicans had...

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Republican Jane Timken adds her name to the Ohio Senate Battle

Republican Jane Timken adds her name to the Ohio Senate Battle

The Republican primary is already starting to fight to keep the Ohio Senate seat. Senator Rob Portman has announced he won’t run for election again in 2022, which has opened the door for some new names. I’m not depressed about that decision, and I think he would’ve...

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Rush Limbaugh: American exceptionalism will attract a crowd

Rush Limbaugh: American exceptionalism will attract a crowd

Over 20 years ago, my very conservative uncle told me about Rush Limbaugh. Someone he had listened to for many years. I started listening at first was in shock. Who is this man not afraid to share his principles? He’s was not threatened by cancel culture. He’s not sad...

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“I will destroy you” and won’t even get fired

“I will destroy you” and won’t even get fired

On January 20th, 2021, President Joe Biden talked to the staff at the White House. “I’m not joking when I say this: If you’re ever working with me and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect or talk down to someone, I promise you, I will fire you on...

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The details on the 2021 Louisiana Special Election

The details on the 2021 Louisiana Special Election

With the battle for regaining the majority in the House of Representatives and Senate happening over the next couple of years, I decided to add updates on elections. I will be sharing election information, candidates, and issues on this website. I will also add any...

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Rep. Ocasio-Cortez won’t apologize to Sen. Cruz

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez won’t apologize to Sen. Cruz

In a press conference on Monday, The Post asked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez if she was going to apologize for accusing Senator Ted Cruz of nearly having her "murdered" during the January 6th Capitol riot. She said that's not the quote and she won't be...

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Michigan AG to Trump: You’re not our type.

Michigan AG to Trump: You’re not our type.

"You’re not our type." I can't roll my eyes hard enough at Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. She throws out the I'm a woman, hear me roar attitude but cowers when she gets a response. She Tweeted out a response to Trump on Sunday letting him know it's "time to...

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Jake Tapper: Kayleigh McEnany lies the way most people breathe.

Jake Tapper: Kayleigh McEnany lies the way most people breathe.

At one point in Jake Tapper’s career, I remember him having some credibility. Sadly like most reporters, Trump broke him. On a show with Brian Stelter, he says Kayleigh McEnany “lies the way that, you know, most people breathe. There was no value in that…She can’t...

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Congress has spent all the money, long ago

Congress has spent all the money, long ago

"Congress has spent all the money, long ago," Senator Rand Paul says in a speech on the floor about the COVID relief bill. He continues, "today's money is gone, so congress is spending tomorrow's money." When you think of Senator Rand Paul, the first thing that comes...

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I’m obsessed with politics – federal and local. I’m consistently amazed at how arrogant and cocky our elected officials can be with their electorate.
To be honest, it’s remarkable and shows the strength of this country to survive through the incompetence, neglect, and/or apathy of those leaders responsible for running our country.

This site will probably lean more right of center because most of the ridiculous things are on the other side.  It could also be because I’m right of center and I will be posting things that annoy me. However, I’m not scared to call out those from the “my side” as well.