More than a million voters have switched to Republican Party in last year: report

​More than a million voters have shifted to the Republican Party over the past year, including tens of thousands of swing voters — with some declaring they can no longer support the Democratic Party’s policies, according to a report Monday. The move to the GOP is occurring in every part of the country, in Democratic and Republican states and cities since President Biden defeated former President Donald Trump, an analysis of voter registration data by the Associated Press found. ​ Over the past year, about two-thirds of the 1.7 million voters who changed party affiliations shifted to the Republican Party, and overall, more than 1...

In prayer case, GOP-appointed justices weaken church-state wall

Last week, Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices ruled that states that subsidize private schools can’t exclude religious institutions, even if that means taxpayers are forced to fund religious education. In a dissent, Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote, “This Court continues to dismantle the wall of separation between church and state that the Framers fought to build.”

'We will make sure that when a kid is in the womb, they're as safe as they are in a classroom': Sarah Sanders is lashed for Arkansas gubernatorial primary comments in wake of Uvalde massacre

Sarah Huckabee Sanders sparked outrage for saying that she 'will make sure when a kid is in the womb, they are as safe as in the classroom' hours after the Uvalde massacre during her victory speech for the Arkansas gubernatorial primary last month. The Arkansas gubernatorial candidate made the shocking...

GOP House Candidate Doubts Likelihood of Pregnancy After Rape

Click here to read the full article. Republican congressional nominee Yesli Vega last month downplayed the likelihood of a woman becoming pregnant via sexual assault in audio recordings obtained by Axios. Vega, who is running against incumbent Abigail Spanberger in Virginia’s liberal-leaning 7th District, has been a vocal opponent of abortion rights.  Here's the audio clip in question: — Ned Oliver (@nedoliver) June 27, 2022 In the audio, an unidentified source asks Vega if she’d heard that women who are sexually assaulted are less likely to become pregnant because their body “shuts down” in some way. Vega responded “maybe” because “there’s so...

Sharp elbows! Furious GOP congresswoman Mayra Flores slams Nancy Pelosi for ELBOWING her little daughter out of the way during her swearing-in photo

A newly elected Republican congresswoman has accused Nancy Pelosi of ‘pushing’ her young daughter during a photo op. Texas Representative Myra Flores was sworn in by House Speaker last week when she posed for a photo at the White House. The Congresswoman’s two daughters stood beside Pelosi, who...

NCGOP headquarters vandalized following Roe v. Wade reversal

Raleigh, N.C. — The North Carolina GOP headquarters in Raleigh was vandalized last week following a controversial overruling of Roe v. Wade. Threatening graffiti was still visible on Monday morning, although a person appeared to be there with the intention of washing the graffiti away. The message read “1312...

Wendi Stearman GOP for OK House District 11

House District 11 State Representative Wendi Stearman of Collinsville files for re-election. Rep. Stearman thanks voters for their support over the last two years. Stearman says she looks forward to continuing to represent you while resisting the spread of government and standing for the individual. She says she would like to keep meeting people in the District that are directly impacted by the legislation she reviews.

Pro-choice protestors gather in Davenport park

Illinois still a safe haven for abortion, regardless of Supreme Court decision. Illinois has laws in place protecting a woman’s right to choose regardless of Friday’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court. Trump endorses Bailey in GOP primary contest for Illinois governor. Updated: 40 minutes ago. Former President...

O’Rourke Campaigns On Overturn Of Roe v. Wade

Democrat Beto O’Rourke is using Friday’s Supreme Court ruling striking down Roe v. Wade as a rallying cry in his campaign for governor of Texas. O’Rourke noted that the Supreme Court has sent the issue back to the states to decide, so the thing for Democrats to do is win state elections. But if O’Rourke manages to defeat Republican Governor Greg Abbott in November, he’ll still face an uphill battle dealing with the state Legislature.