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Pa. Democratic Party: How the President Biden Agenda Delivered for Pa. This Week
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania, Sept. 18 -- The Pennsylvania Democratic Party issued the following news on Sept. 17, 2021:

Thanks to President Biden's Build Back Better agenda, including the life-changing tax cut for working families and the historic investments set to come from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, Pennsylvania's economy is coming back. This week, more than 2 million families across the commonwealth received their third round of Child Tax Credit payments. Pennsylvanians are reading about the relief that cities, towns and families across the commonwealth have received through the ARP, ... Show Full Article

Pa. Democratic Party: Bill McSwain Can't Even Get His Own Website Right
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania, Sept. 18 -- The Pennsylvania Democratic Party issued the following news:

It looks like Bill McSwain's history of clumsy and unforced errors isn't going away any time soon: on the day he officially launched his campaign for governor, he couldn't even get his own website right and he ran away from TV cameras at his own announcement event.

It's hard to keep track of the few things that went right for McSwain during his long-planned gubernatorial campaign launch, but it's easy to see his many mistakes.

When McSwain's website went live, his privacy policy was confusing and ... Show Full Article

Nev. State Democratic Party Announces 2022 Coordinated Campaign: Democrats for Nevada
LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Sept. 18 -- The Nevada Democratic Party issued the following news release:

The Nevada State Democratic Party has launched the official Democratic statewide coordinated campaign for 2022: Democrats for Nevada. This campaign will focus on grassroots organizing: registering thousands of voters, building a multiracial, multigenerational coalition, and supporting candidates in races at every level.

"A two-point lead isn't enough," explained NSDP Chair Judith Whitmer, "we need to significantly expand the number of Democrats in office; not just in Las Vegas and Reno, but in every ... Show Full Article

National Republican Senatorial Committee: Senate Democrats Play Politics With Americans' Safety
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 -- The National Republican Senatorial Committee issued the following news release:

Joe Biden's botched Afghanistan withdrawal is facing criticism from members of Congress. Even Democrats have slammed Biden for leaving Americans behind to fend for themselves against the Taliban. But some Senate Democrats still refuse to criticize the Biden Administration's abandonment of Americans. Why? Because they are playing politics with the lives of Americans stranded in Afghanistan.

According to Politico, Democrats in Congress are "fretting" over how to hold Biden accountable because ... Show Full Article

National Republican Senatorial Committee: Mark Kelly's Reelection Problems
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 -- The National Republican Senatorial Committee issued the following news release:

With Joe Biden in the White House, D.C. Darling Mark Kelly is facing an uphill battle to hold on to his Senate seat. Why? Because Arizona job creators and families know that Mark Kelly is a rubber stamp for Joe Biden's radical policies, and Kelly is to blame for the rising cost of everything from gas to groceries as well as the worsening crisis along the Southern Border.

In case you missed it, Dana Perino - cohost of "The Five" - laid out exactly what problems Mark Kelly is facing in 2022:

Perino: ... Show Full Article

National Republican Senatorial Committee Weekly Roundup
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 -- The National Republican Senatorial Committee issued the following news release:

This week, Senate Democrats pushed their radical tax and spending spree that hurts Americans and helps America's enemies. This reckless spending spree will hike taxes, kill American energy jobs, raise consumer prices, give amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, and put the government in charge of Americans' healthcare decisions.

Here's a recap of the Democrats' expensive week:

* Senate Democrats refuse to hold Joe Biden accountable for his dangerous blame game.

* A column in the Las Vegas ... Show Full Article

Mich. Democratic Party Weekly Roundup: James Craig, Tudor Dixon's Audit Insanity, and Ryan Kelley's Marketing Tragedy
LANSING, Michigan, Sept. 18 -- The Michigan Democratic Party issued the following news release:

Well folks, the primary season for Michigan Republicans is afoot. Here's what you missed this week in the race for governor.

Congratulations are in order for James Craig on completing what has to be his third rollout in as many months at this point. But this particular reboot tour should've stayed in the drafts. MDP has extensively highlighted what a disaster this week was for the Detroit Dodger, but honorable mentions include him fleeing the scene of his first event as an "official" candidate, claiming ... Show Full Article