Trump impersonator releases shredded tax returns at Tax March

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Trump impersonator releases shredded tax returns at Tax March By Brooke Seipel – 04/15/17 04:38 PM EDT 1,305 A comedian impersonating President Trump during Saturday’s Tax March in Washington, D.C., mockingly “released” Trump’s tax returns, hurling streams of shredded paperwork into the crowd. “So we wanna release the tax returns, we can do it, boys? Where are the tax returns,” the Trump impersonator said. “I want you to know everyone can look at them now and we’re all even. Am I a good president now?” Two people then hurled shredded…

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Montana Democrat Embraces Economic Populism In Congressional Campaign

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Posted by: linda r 0 1 Views Colorful Democratic candidate Rob Quist is emphasizing a message of economic populism in a Montana special congressional election, as emboldened Democrats look to win seats in places Republicans have long held. “Did you know in Congress there are nearly 300 millionaires? No wonder their so-called health reform was just another tax break for the rich,” said Quist, a popular folk singer in the state, in an advertisement his campaign released this week. “And no wonder they want to sell our public lands to…

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Race to replace Tom Price: Celebs, national figures canvass in last-weekend blitz | 11alive.com

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Race to replace Tom Price: Celebs, national figures canvass in last-weekend blitz Nearly 40,000 voters have cast early ballots in the special election so far. Tim Darnell , WXIA 11:48 AM. EDT April 15, 2017 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST ATLANTA, Ga – A huge day of campaigning is in store for many of the candidates seeking to become Georgia’s next congressional representative. Former U.S. Housing and Urban Development secretary Julian Castro is canvassing for Democrat Jon Ossoff, who has dominated the field of 18 candidates seeking to replace Tom…

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Anti-Trump sentiment, ad blitz motivate Georgia voters – Sat, 15 Apr 2017 PST

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Anti-Trump sentiment, ad blitz motivate Georgia voters Sat., April 15, 2017, 1:24 p.m. This March 27, 2017 photo shows Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff with supporters outside of the East Roswell Branch Library in Roswell, Ga. Five Democrats will appear on the ballot, but Ossoff is considered the greatest threat to the GOP. Two independent candidates also are running. (Alex Sanz / Associated Press) By Bill Barrow and Kathleen Foody Associated Press SMS MARIETTA, Ga. – Republicans in Georgia’s conservative 6th district don’t agree which of their party’s 11 candidates…

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Montana Democrat Embraces Economic Populism In Congressional Campaign | The Huffington Post

04/15/2017 04:25 pm ET Montana Democrat Embraces Economic Populism In Congressional Campaign “Did you know in Congress there are nearly 300 millionaires? No wonder their so-called health reform was just another tax break for the rich.” 2.7k 36 Colorful Democratic candidate Rob Quist is emphasizing a message of economic populism in a Montana special congressional election, as emboldened Democrats look to win seats in places Republicans have long held. “Did you know in Congress there are nearly 300 millionaires? No wonder their so-called health reform was just another tax break…

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Democrats look for upset in GOP turf

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Democrats look for upset in GOP turf By Bill Barrow and Kathleen Foody Published 1:19 pm, Saturday, April 15, 2017 Photo: Kevin D. Liles, For The Washington Post Image 1 of / 1 Close Image 1 of 1 Democrat Jon Ossoff attends a campaign event Friday in suburban Atlanta. He is leading polls in the race to replace Tom Price, now the secretary of Health and Human Services. Democrat Jon Ossoff attends a campaign event Friday in suburban Atlanta. He is leading polls in the race to replace Tom Price,…

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Democrats back with a vengeance as they take over Republican strongholds in local elections

Democrat Chemberly Cummings just became the first black member of Normal Town Council in Illinois. With the dramatic outcome of the 2016 Presidential election when they apparently took things for granted, Americans must have vowed – NEVER AGAIN! No more playing… So, in a spate of local elections last week in Illinois, Democrats picked up seats fast and furious – in places they’ve never won before. The city of Kankakee elected its first African-American, Democratic mayor. West Deerfield Township will be led entirely by Democrats for the first time. Elgin…

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JB Pritzker Puts $7M Into Campaign for Illinois Governor

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JB Pritzker Puts $7M Into Campaign for Illinois Governor Posted , 2017-04-15 Get the top news stories delivered directly to your inbox! Go Gas tax, health care complicate Tennessee governor’s race NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The repeal of former President Barack Obama’s health care law was supposed to provide a springboard for U.S. Rep. Diane Black’s entry into the Tennessee governor’s race. State Sen. Mark Green was supposed to capture to the core of President Donald Trump’s supporters. And term-limited Gov. Bill Haslam’s gas tax proposal was supposed to fall…

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Anti-Trump sentiment, ad blitz motivate Georgia voters – FederalNewsRadio.com

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and The Associated Press April 15, 2017 3:33 pm 4 min read Share MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — Republicans in Georgia’s conservative 6th district don’t agree which of their party’s 11 candidates should represent the area in Congress. They’re united on one thing: it won’t be the Democrat trying for a massive upset fueled by anti-Trump sentiment and millions of dollars from around the country. “I don’t care what party you’re from,” said Marty Aftewicz, a 66-year-old Republican voter from Marietta. “If the money’s coming from outside the district, it’s dirty.”…

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Special elections set stage for 2018

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AM Joy 04/15/17 Special elections set stage for 2018 Democrat Jon Ossoff is running to win Health and Human Services Sec. Tom Price’s former congressional seat—which can lead to great gains for Democrats, even if he loses. … more Duration: {{video.duration.momentjs}} Up next in:

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Frustration with Trump down South: The changing politics of reliably Republican congressional district propels Jon … – Salon

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Frustration with Trump down South: The changing politics of reliably Republican congressional district propels Jon … Salon But with Price gone and Democrats looking to take out some political frustration with Trump, the race in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District has taken on national significance. Democrat Jon Ossoff, buoyed by local activism and a flood of outside money …

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Republicans win special House election in Kansas after embarrassing red-state scare

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Republicans survived an embarrassing scare and narrowly held on to a Kansas congressional seat Tuesday in a special election that served as a surprising red-state referendum on President Trump. The single-digit victory for state Treasurer Ron Estes marked a far closer race than Democrats have pulled off in recent years, giving the party bragging rights as it looks to a series of special House elections this year. Estes trailed in early tallies but then began to build a lead over Democratic civil rights attorney James Thompson, who had sought to…

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GOP undertakes unexpected rescue mission in deep red Kansas congressional district

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As James Thompson worked his way through a coffee shop, the Democratic candidate for Congress said something that got people to look up from their laptops. “We’ve got a lead right now.” “Really?” said Marla Flentje, a Republican who said she’d voted for him in early balloting. A trio of Democrats walked over to meet Thompson and tell him they’d vote Tuesday. “I hope you do, because right now, we’re winning,” said Thompson. Thompson was not supposed to win – or even come close – in this largely rural 4th…

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Happy Easter: A reason for hope

💖 Happy Easter 2017 💖 Mary and I are in Georgia working with the Conservative Campaign Committee, helping to defeat the Democrats” hyper-liberal 8-million-dollar man, Jon Ossoff, who is running for the GOP congressional seat. Our CCC team did a sign wave session on GoodFridayon a street corner near where a mega-church was hosting an Easter celebration event. Traffic was backed up big-time. I was extremely impressed and encouraged by the large number of cars filled with families headed to the easter event. Many of them honked their horns in…

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LEFT or RIGHT: Which Side Is REALLY ‘Mean’ And ‘Intolerant’?

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by Lloyd Marcus Clash Daily Contributor Mary and I are in Georgia working to stop Nancy Pelosi’s far-left-radical hand puppet Jon Ossoff from stealing the GOP congressional seat vacated by Tom Price who is our new Secretary of HHS. Our numerous Conservative Campaign Committee initiatives include waving signs on street corners. Folks, it is not pretty. While the majority of drivers honk their horns in favor of the GOP keeping the seat, Leftist Ossoff motorists are aggressive, mean-spirited and vicious, screaming at us across busy intersections, “ F*** you! ”…

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GEORGIA’S done. Finished. OVER.

Trump’s personal dark money group JUST announced: End Citizens United is a Political Action Committee dedicated to electing Democrats, transforming our broken campaign finance system, and ultimately ending Citizens United. If you really want to receive only our most urgent emails, click here. If you’d like to unsubscribe, click here. — Georgia’s Special Election is in just THREE DAYS. — This race is a DEAD HEAT. — And we’re running out of money to keep our ads live. The outlook is grim: Trump’s personal dark money group JUST announced a…

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Enough with the Black Lives Matter nonsense

Lloyd Marcus Okay, so I am in Georgia with the Conservative Campaign Committee team working to defeat far-left radical Democrat Jon Ossoff in the special election for the GOP congressional seat. Our CCC team was standing on a street corner, waving “Defeat Ossoff” signs. A black female pedestrian approached one of our team members to say she likes Ossoff because he believes that “Black Lives Matter.” She asked our white team member if he supports Black Lives Matter. Our guy politely replied that he believes that all lives matter. The…

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Justin Trudeau Unveils Long-Awaited Bill to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

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Canada’s President Justin Trudeau on Thursday introduced the long-awaited legislation that would legalize marijuana in the country. The bill, which is headed to Royal Assent next, aims to create strict guidelines to regulate the cultivation, distribution, sale and possession of marijuana in Canada for adults to use and possess legally. Under the bill, people 18 and older would be able to purchase and consume cannabis legally, and households would be authorized to grow up to four plants at a time. People 18 and older are considered adults under the legislation—similar…

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