National Democrats spent big dollars boosting a number of hardline conservatives in roughly a dozen Republican primaries this summer in the hope those candidates' polarizing brand of politics would tip independents to support their party's candidates.
Democrats spent nearly $53 million in nine states through September in an effort to boost far-right candidates to victory, according to a Washington Post analysis last week. Entering the fall, Democrats' risky strategy could very well pay off, particularly in one race many observers see as critical to the party maintaining its slim Senate majority next Congress.
It's indisputable that the winner of the 2020 election was........
NOT Donald Trump!!
Joe Biden as Joe Biden has horrible numbers right now and there's almost no way that he will run just because of that, not even considering his faltering cerebral skills but if he did and Donald Trump was his opponent, he would be like Clark Kent going into a phone booth and coming out as ..............NOT Donald Trump!!!!!
July 11, 2022:
But just let Donald Trump run again in 2024 and Joe will change back into.............
In fact, anybody that runs against Trump will be.........
Pew Research Center August 9, 2022