Search resuls for: "Media-Cldnry.S-Nbcnews.Com Image Upload Newscms Chuck-Todd-Circle-Byline-Template.Jpg"
11 mentions found
The GOP-controlled House passes a rules package for 118th Congress with just one GOP defection, NBC’s Kyle Stewart reports.
... President Biden spends his final day in Mexico City at North American Leaders’ Summit.
But first: The news that the Justice Department is reviewing Obama Era classified documents found at a think tank tied to President Biden is quite a political gift to Donald Trump.
“When is the FBI going to raid the many homes of Joe Biden, perhaps even the White House?” Trump posted on his Truth Social account.
6: The number of shootings recently at or near the homes of New Mexico Democratic political leaders, including the incoming state House speaker.
The new House GOP majority returns to elect a speaker after failing on three votes Tuesday.
... Nancy Pelosi reacts to GOP dysfunction: “As one who loves this institution, I think it’s a sad day.” ... And President Biden appears with Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell to tout the bipartisan infrastructure law.
Andy Beshear) all appear at an event in Kentucky promoting a bridge improvement from the bipartisan infrastructure law.
16: How many years Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has served as Senate GOP leader, making him the longest-serving Senate leader ever, per NBC News’ Frank Thorp.
Eyes on 2024: DeSantis takes office amid GOP chaosAs the GOP descended into chaos on Capitol Hill Tuesday, Florida GOP Gov.
Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries may not emerge with the speakership as Republicans remain divided on who they'll elect to lead the House of Representatives, but he's done something that hasn't been done in more than a decade.
When the New York congressman secured 212 votes for speaker Tuesday afternoon, it was the first time since 2007 that a Democratic leader has won support from every single member of their caucus.
Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif., the new House Democratic Caucus chair, made note of his party's unified stance as he nominated Jeffries again during the second round of voting.
We are unified, and we're all gonna support Hakeem Jeffries for speaker, the lead vote-getter in the last ballot," he said.
California Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi had been the party's leader since 2003 — she stepped down from that leadership post after last year's elections.
But first: The results from five counties will help tell us if Democrat Raphael Warnock is on track to win tonight’s Senate runoff in Georgia.
Warnock got 56.9% of the vote in Cobb when he won the Jan. 2021 runoff, and he got just under that last November (56.8%).
And in Gwinnett, Warnock got 60.6% of the vote in the 2021 runoff, compared with 58.9% last month against Walker.
In rural Chattooga — one of NBC News’ “County to County” counties — Warnock got just 20.5% when he won the 2021 runoff, and he got less than that in the November general election (19.8%).
Data Download: The number of the day is … $7.79 billionThat’s how much money was spent on political television, radio and digital ads this entire cycle (starting the day after the 2021 Georgia Senate runoff through today’s runoff), per AdImpact.
WASHINGTON — If it’s Monday ... It’s the last day of campaigning before tomorrow’s Georgia Senate runoff.
... NBC’s Vaughn Hillyard covers the closing messages by Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.
And just looking at the campaigns, which get the biggest bang per advertising buck, it’s Warnock at $25.2 million, versus Walker at $10.1 million.
But now it’s $11.8 million — behind Warnock’s $25 million and the $20.3 million from Georgia Honor, a Democratic Super PAC.
Runoff watch: Walker accuser speaks to NBC NewsDays after she first revealed an allegation of domestic abuse against Georgia Republican Senate hopeful Herschel Walker, a former girlfriend of his sat down with NBC News to detail those allegations.
In Arizona Senate, Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly is ahead of Republican Blake Masters by 115,000 votes with 80% in.
On Dobbs, the national exit poll showed 27% of voters picking abortion as their No.
And remember that our final NBC News poll found Trump as one of the most unpopular political figures we measured, especially compared with President Biden.
In each state, those Democratic secretaries of state nominees were running against Republicans who cast doubt on the 2020 election result.
Two of those five feature Democrat vs. Democrat contests, thanks to the state’s Top 2 primary, so those will stay in the Democratic column.
It’s those two words that best explain what makes Meet the Press, Meet the Press.
Nothing is quite so intimidating or humbling than being introduced as the moderator of Meet the Press — the longest-running show on television.
Learn more about "Meet the Press" and explore 75 years of history-making interviews.
Watch "Meet the Press," Sunday mornings on NBC.
Viewers don’t watch Meet the Press to be on the edge of their seats.
This standoff will shift the terrain only by inches, even if it does help change which party has technical control of Congress.
As for resolving the larger argument, that’s still a decision that the country makes during presidential elections, not midterms.
For Republicans, a populist questionNeither party is currently prepared for the coming 2024 fight because both have unresolved internal issues that the midterm results may put into sharper focus.
But the fact of the matter is, they are losing on the crime issue — not by a little, but a lot.
But just because the fight is public and ugly, doesn’t mean it isn’t necessary and eventually helpful ahead of 2024.
Every election cycle, the NBC News Political Unit produces our Election Book to assist the network’s anchors, correspondents, producers and reporters in the field for Election Night.
It contains essential information on almost every race, historical factoids, timelines, past exit polls, political trends and overarching narratives to help explain the current election cycle.
It is our election bible, and we are making it available for you to read.
You’ll be reading the material that our anchors, correspondents and producers will be relying on come Nov. 8 — and beyond.
And you can keep up to date on the latest midterm elections news with the Meet the Press Blog as well as the NBC News midterm live blog.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was the only GOP committee member to oppose the bill.
Other numbers to know:155 miles per hour: How fast the maximum sustained winds of Hurricane Ian were as of Wednesday morning, per the National Hurricane Center.
23 percentage points: Democrat Beto O’Rourke’s edge over Republican Gov.
Last night, Democratic Gov.
Tim.”Oklahoma Senate: Former President Donald Trump endorsed Republican Sen. James Lankford in his Senate bid, after conspicuously not endorsing the GOP incumbent in his primary.
... And Joe O’Dea pitches himself as pro-abortion rights in Colorado Senate while Democrats push back.
The Republican Party holds all-time high advantages on the economy, crime and border security, while the Democrats have an all-time high on abortion and a double-digit edge on health care.
Midterm roundup: Trump hits the trail in OhioFormer President Donald Trump traveled to Ohio over the weekend to boost GOP Senate hopeful J.D.
Not every GOP Senate candidate is eager to campaign with Trump.
It’s a position on abortion that is different from that of his fellow Republican Senate candidates, many of whom favor stricter bans with few exceptions.