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With former President Donald Trump highly likely to win Montana in November, many Republicans believe he'll be able to aid down-ballot candidates like Sheehy. AdvertisementTester, a moderate Democrat, has established a political brand that has defied the state's GOP orientation for nearly 20 years. Greg Gianforte, the Montana legislature passed housing and land-use reform bills that overhauled the construction process — and now permit more housing density. The issue is sure to be a major issue for Tester — as well as the eventual GOP Senate nominee — for a state in transition. National Republicans see Montana as one of their best opportunities to win a "red" seat, especially as many transplants left Democratic-dominated coastal states for a more rustic environment.
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Read previewTwo years ago, the University of Georgia football icon and then-Senate candidate Herschel Walker was seen by many Republicans as a future star in the party. Walker, running against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in the Georgia Senate race, won over many establishment politicians. Walker previously contributed $100,000 to the National Republican Senate Committee for a recount fund, and he also gave roughly $400,000 to charities, according to Politico. Brian Kemp — a conservative who clashed with Trump-aligned figures over the 2020 election — has largely bypassed the state party by utilizing his own political committee to fundraise. But Biden is eager to hold Georgia, as his 2020 win in the state was one of the biggest electoral triumphs for Democrats that year.
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A new poll shows Trump's polling gains have been powered by voters who didn't cast a ballot in 2020. The Times says these voters could stay home or return to Biden. Many of these voters actually lean Democratic, but they've drifted away from Biden over the economy. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In August 2017, a Trump Tower event meant to provide updates about Trump's infrastructure plan became dominated by his response to the violence in Charlottesville. And in February 2018, Trump's infrastructure proposal took a back seat amid accusations of misconduct by two close aides. But after the election, Trump invited a broad array of tech leaders to Trump Tower and expressed a desire to work with them on innovation. In 2020, several tech leaders — including Cook — were critical of Trump's visa restrictions that would impact highly-skilled foreign workers in the industry.
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The last GOP presidential nominee to win Nevada was George W. Bush in November 2004 — nearly 20 years ago. Biden will have to work hard to address some of the top concerns of Nevada voters: inflation, housing affordability, and health care. A plurality of Nevada voters (22%) listed the economy as their top issue, and a whopping 82% of voters said that the economy was "only fair" or "poor." Only 17% of Nevada voters rated the economy as "good" or "excellent." And by a 61% to 32% margin, Nevada voters believe Trump would be better at handling the economy.
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Trump plans to headline a campaign event in the Bronx on Thursday. Trump has little chance to win the NYC borough but saw a jump in support there from 2016 to 2020. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump is set to make an unusual pit stop for a Republican candidate later this week. On Thursday, the native New Yorker will headline a campaign event in the Bronx, one of New York City's five boroughs and one of the bluest jurisdictions in the country. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden on Sunday appeared to clap after the valedictorian of Morehouse College called for an "immediate and permanent cease-fire" in Gaza during the school's commencement ceremony. It is my stance as a Morehouse man — nay, as a human being — to call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in the Gaza strip." Advertisement#Morehouse valedictorian, Deangelo Fletcher, calls for an “immediate and permanent ceasefire in the Gaza Strip” — met with applause from crowd and @POTUS behind him. "Faced with the choice of having police take people out of the Morehouse commencement in zip ties, we would essentially cancel or discontinue the commencement services on the spot." "That's why I've called for an immediate cease-fire to stop the fighting.
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Read previewFor decades, Detroit was an international symbol of urban decay: abandoned neighborhoods, decrepit former factories, and a population exodus. From July 2022 to July 2023, the US Census Bureau says Detroit's population grew by close to 2,000 residents, bumping the city's population to 633,218. AdvertisementWith Detroit's latest population numbers, the city also jumped from the 29th-largest to the 26th-largest city in the United States, overtaking Memphis, Louisville, and Portland. Detroit's numbers are still far from 1950, when the city's population peaked at about 1.85 million. Back then, it was the fifth-largest city in the United States, behind only New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles.
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TradeBiden has left some of Trump's tariffs in place, illustrating the protectionist bent that continues to take hold in Washington. Biden has left some of Trump's tariffs in place, illustrating the protectionist bent that continues to take hold in Washington. As president, Trump fixated on the US trade deficit even as some economists argued against reading too much into such figures. He didn't see the fruits of his biggest trade deal, which went into effect in July 2020: the USMCA, a revamped North American trade deal known Experts at Brookings Institution have praised the treaty for growing regional trade. Trump has pledged to kill the Biden administration's new Asian trade talks, which the former president has dubbed "TPP two."
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Read previewRep. David Trone, one of the wealthiest members of Congress, spent over $60 million of his own fortune to try to win a Democratic Senate primary. With nearly 40% of all votes in, Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks is projected to have defeated Trone in Maryland's Democratic US Senate primary, according to Decision Desk HQ. Schumer can't afford to lose the Senate seat if he wants to keep the party's slim majority in the chamber. Related storiesAnd Alsobrooks — who was endorsed by Maryland Democratic heavy hitters including Gov. Republicans see Montana and Ohio as their top Democratic Senate targets this year, while also looking to compete in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
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Trump is soliciting support from Silicon Valley donors to cut into Biden's cash edge. Trump is discussing a fundraiser with two high-profile venture capitalists, Bloomberg reported. The ex-president finds himself trailing the incumbent president in the fundraising race. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump is turning to Silicon Valley and ex-donors of onetime rival Ron DeSantis to boost his campaign coffers and cut into President Joe Biden's hefty fundraising edge.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewWhen Kari Lake jumped into the Arizona GOP Senate primary last October, many conservatives were thrilled with the decision, confident she'd energize base voters in the general election. It's still early in the campaign, but the numbers are a sign that she has so far not consolidated GOP support around her candidacy. "Ultimately, the Republican Senate committee is probably going to realize before too long that there's far better opportunities for victories in other parts of the country," he added. But in addition to Arizona, they're angling to flip seats in Montana, Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
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Donald Trump appeared to close the door on Nikki Haley as a potential vice president. Trump's remark came after an earlier report that Haley was in the mix for VP. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump on Saturday threw cold water on any speculation that he was considering ex-presidential rival Nikki Haley as his running mate, saying she was "not under consideration." Just hours after the article was published, Trump went online to set the record straight on his vice presidential search. AdvertisementWhen Haley left the race, she did not throw her support behind Trump's reelection bid and gave no timeline for a potential endorsement.
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Read previewFormer President Donald Trump could face a $100 million tax bill after the IRS said he twice sought to write off the same losses on his struggling 92-story Chicago skyscraper, according to a New York Times and ProPublica report. In the IRS inquiry, acquired by The Times and ProPublica, the agency said Trump tried to claim tax benefits from financial losses associated with the project and that he practically wrote off those losses twice. Trump's first tax write-off for the Chicago tower came in his 2008 tax return, when sales at the building faltered below expectations. AdvertisementIn that year's tax return, Trump noted that he lost up to $651 million on the project, according to The Times and ProPublica. AdvertisementAfter looking at the inquiry, The Times and ProPublica — and tax experts — concluded that the revision pursued by the IRS would give Trump an updated tax bill exceeding $100 million, excluding any additional penalties.
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Since 1940, the state has voted for the Republican presidential nominee in every election except for 1964 and 2008. And former President Donald Trump is virtually assured of winning the state this November, as he also did in 2016 and 2020. But an interesting thing happened on Tuesday: Trump won the GOP presidential primary, but former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley still won over 20 percent of the vote, despite her March exit from the race. With nearly all precincts reporting their results, Trump earned 461,663 votes (78.3 percent) to Haley's 128,168 votes (21.7 percent). But many suburban voters are also concerned about issues like the preservation of democracy, abortion rights, and environmental policy, which all strongly favor Biden.
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download the appSign up for our newsletter to get the latest on the culture & business of sustainability — delivered weekly to your inbox. President Joe Biden has sought to use his pro-environment policies to boost his support among young voters, but most of them have little to no knowledge of his administration's actions to tackle climate change, according to a recent survey. And many of the administration's climate policies are seemingly popular with the American public. The most polarizing Biden policy in the survey was the allowance of tax credits for electric vehicles, but even it had a plurality of support (43 percent) among respondents. Meanwhile, 35 percent of respondents opposed such credits, and 21 percent of respondents indicated they hadn't heard about it.
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Ahead of November, young Black voters are indicating that their turnout could fall below 2020 levels. A Washington Post-Ipsos poll revealed that only 41% of young Black voters said they were certain to vote this year. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Onetime Rep. Ken Buck didn't have a very good impression of Capitol Hill upon his arrival in 2015. Buck told The New York Times that he wanted out of Congress "about three weeks" into the role. But the ex-congressman remarked that it took him a while to map out a plan to leave the House. AdvertisementFormer Rep. Ken Buck has not been shy about calling out what he says is the highly dysfunctional nature of Congress. Related storiesBut not even a month into his tenure in Congress, Buck revealed that he was already eyeing the exits.
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Read previewWith six months until Election Day, the race between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump is already in high gear. In March, Biden and Trump clinched enough delegates to secure the Democratic and GOP presidential nominations, respectively, ahead of their party conventions. AP Photo/David YeazellIn 2020, Biden won the election by winning core Democratic states and every major swing state except for North Carolina, which he lost by one percentage point. AdvertisementA win in North Carolina could also give Biden breathing room as he faces challenges in other swing states. Many of these voters backed Biden in 2020 but say their support of the president is not guaranteed in November.
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Los Angeles' downtown has become a hot spot for residential growth in the city. Downtown LA is expected to be a major draw for residential living over the next few decades. AdvertisementFor generations, downtown Los Angeles was the region's nexus of commerce, as vast office spaces and old-line department stores made the neighborhood a business powerhouse. But urban decay and suburbanization, which accelerated after World War II, made downtown into more of a 9-to-5 office hub. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Kristi Noem has long been touted as a potential running mate for former President Trump. A GOP senator told The Hill that Noem has essentially tanked her VP chances with Trump. But according to a GOP senator who spoke to The Hill, Noem has sunk her chances with Trump. Related stories"She's just done, too much drama," the unnamed lawmaker, who remains in contact with the former president, told the outlet. Advertisement"I don't see how it helps," the senator told CNN last week.
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The Biden campaign sees abortion as an issue that can put Florida in play for Democrats this fall. AdvertisementIn recent decades, Florida was often seen as the quintessential presidential swing state. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton narrowly lost the state to Donald Trump in 2016. And President Joe Biden lost the state to Trump by 3 points in 2020. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Kari Lake is hoping to flip the Arizona US Senate seat being vacated by Kyrsten Sinema. But a new Emerson College Polling/The Hill survey shows that she's not consolidating the GOP base. The poll shows her likely Democratic opponent, Ruben Gallego, winning 15% of GOP voters. AdvertisementIn the fight to win Arizona's Senate seat this fall, Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego and GOP candidate Kari Lake are locked in a close race in what has become one of the nation's premier swing states. AdvertisementBut the latest survey showed the challenges that she still faces as she works to flip the key Senate seat for the GOP.
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Many lawmakers on Capitol Hill have been pushing for long-haul flights at National Airport for years. But the senators from Virginia and Maryland are firmly against the provision, pointing to safety concerns. AdvertisementFor many members of Congress, the allure of adding long-haul flights to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is impossible to resist. While Delta Air Lines has thrown its support behind the long-haul provision, United Airlines has opposed the push. Washington Dulles International Airport and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, while fully equipped to handle long-haul flights, are miles outside of Washington, DC.
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But the city's downtown has one of the most stunning urban reinvention stories in the United States. Downtown Detroit recently hosted the NFL Draft to rave reviews and even broke an attendance record. AdvertisementLast week, more than 775,000 football fans converged in downtown Detroit for three days as the city hosted the NFL Draft. NFL fans near the draft stage at Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit on April 27, 2024. Downtown Detroit has an abundance of towering, historic buildings that are perfect for office-to-housing conversions and office renovations that have taken hold in downtowns across the country.
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