Nevada Election

24 Jan 19
Bob Sarber

PELOSI UNINVITES TRUMP FROM STATE OF THE UNION AGAIN… House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has again rejected President Trump’s efforts to deliver a State of the Union in the House chamber during the government shutdown. Trump sent Pelosi a letter yesterday informing her that he was planning on presenting his annual address from the House chamber […]

24 Jan 19
World Site News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Midwestern states hit hardest by job automation in recent decades, places that were pivotal to U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, will be under the most pressure again as advances in artificial intelligence reshape the workplace, according to a new study by Brookings Institution researchers. FILE PHOTO: Jean Pierre “JP” Bolat demonstrates…

24 Jan 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Midwestern states hit hardest by job automation in recent decades, places that were pivotal to U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, will be under the most pressure again as advances in artificial intelligence reshape the workplace, according to a new study by Brookings Institution researchers. FILE PHOTO: Jean Pierre “JP” Bolat demonstrates […]

24 Jan 19
daviyonmontesa91

Mostly on the web, it primarily uses different images, demand for jobs in this… Please feel free to the size of male polar bears. The Daily and Sunday Express each sell very handy in such a situation. Real Time http://shopping01z.metablogs.net/some-useful-tips-on-no-fuss-strategies-of-washington-post Native harnesses the attention of breaking news headlines The Australians The Deal publishes fourth annual […]

23 Jan 19
The Washington Informer

Amid this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations and the majority of Americans welcoming increased diversity, personal finance website WalletHub released a report on the states with the most racial progress.

23 Jan 19
Mountain Democrat

A group of California legislators have come under fire recently for attending a conference last November in Maui while at the same time disastrous fires raged throughout the state. Criticized in particular because several California utility companies were sponsors and, in some cases, attendees, the organizer maintains it’s unfair to characterize the event as a […]

23 Jan 19
The Mountain-Ear

John Scarffe, Central City.   January The Central City Council kicked off 2018 with a State of the City address by Mayor Kathryn Heider. She offered gratitude for the work of city staff and its volunteer commission members. The council voted on annual appointments for 2018, which were approved unanimously. Shirley Voorhies will serve again as mayor […]

23 Jan 19
THE OPEN VIEW

Washington : Kamala Harris’ plunge in the 2020 US presidential race has thrilled the Indian-American community which considers the first Indian-origin Senator’s “groundbreaking” announcement a “proud moment” and a reflection that Indian-Americans have finally arrived at the centre stage of US politics. Harris, 54, officially launched her campaign for the US presidential election in 2020 to […]

23 Jan 19
World's Today's News

CHARLESTON: A resolution seeking term limits in Congress was introduced Thursday in the Legislative Assembly of West Virginia. The Joint Resolution of Census 14, assigned to the Judicial Committee of the House, would add West Virginia to the list of states that proposed limits throughout the Congress. West Virginia would become the sixteenth state that […]

23 Jan 19
STL.News

SALEM, Ore. —January 22, 2019—Sen. Jeff Merkley, one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, seemed content to meet with constituents in Oregon and did not say if he’ll run for president in 2020. Merkley has been postponing a decision on a White House bid for some time. Last year, he […]

23 Jan 19
Illinois Delivered

http://bit.ly/2S0RO5L Running for the Illinois Senate wasn’t on Ann Gillespie’s radar. The Democrat from Arlington Heights said she thought people were thinking of a local office when they talked to her about running. “I met with our local Democratic township committeemen and they said ‘No, we’d really like you to run for the […]

22 Jan 19
innovatorx

In this edition: What South Carolina wants to hear from Democrats, what Bernie Sanders thinks of a centrist third party, and why North Carolina’s 9th District can’t get a member of Congress already. It seems kind of fitting that the Gary Hart biopic started with Oscar buzz and ended up with nothing, and this is The […]

22 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
THE list of potential candidates for the 2020 US presidential race continues to grow as we get deeper into 2019. But who are the Democrat, Republican and independent candidates running in the election next year? This is what we know so far. US President Donald Trump said he isn’t worried about Joe Biden potentially running for president Democrats: Kamala Harris Kamala Harris is an American attorney and politician who is currently serving as the junior US Senator for California since 2017. The 54-year-old was born in Oakland, California and is a member of the Democratic Party. Harris previously served as the 32nd Attorney General of California from 2011 to 2017, and as District Attorney of San Francisco from 2004 to 2010. On January 21, Harris declared she will run against Trump in the 2020 elections. Vowing to “bring our voices together,” Harris would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds. Previously, she said the US is “absolutely” ready for a woman of colour to be president. She made her long anticipated announcement on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” saying: “I am running for president of the United States,” she said. “And I’m very excited about it.” Kamala Harris has not announced if she is going to run in 2020 Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann Warren is a senator for the state of Massachusetts. She served as the Assistant to the President under Barack Obama. Warren, 70, became the first female US Senator from her state in 2012 after defeating incumbent Republican Scott Brown. She is known for her progressive political views and supported Clinton during the 2016 US election. The senator has not publicly announced she will run for president, but on December 31, 2018 she formed an exploratory committee to run in 2020. She is married to Harvard Law professor Bruce Mann Kirsten Gillibrand Gillibrand was born in the state of New York and has been serving as the junior US Senator from New York since 2009. She also previously held the position of US Representative for New York. The 51-year-old is a very likely candidate, but her relationship with the Clinton’s is a big and potentially harmful subplot. Gillibrand visited New Hampshire and Nevada and is endorsing progressive policy positions such as abolishing ICE and a federal jobs guarantee. She was previously considered a relatively conservative Democrat, but steered left on issues such as gun control and immigration. She also previously held the position of US Representative for New York Joe Biden Former vice president Joe Biden has been vocal about his qualifications to be president. During a book tour event at the University of Montana last month he said: “I think I’m the most qualified person in the country to be president. “The issues we face as a country today are the issues that have been in my wheelhouse that I’ve worked on my whole life.” Biden, 76, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Obama in 2017. During his term as vice president, Biden’s son Beau died after a two-year battle with brain cancer. He has been reported to considering a presidential run and a CNN poll has said he would be one of the most popular Democratic candidates. Biden has not officially announced his candidacy, but he has hinted at his qualifications Tulsi Gabbard The representative from Hawaii formally announced she will seek the Democratic nomination in 2020 on January 11, 2019. She is the first Samoan-American and Hindu member of the US Congress. The 37-year-old served in the Hawaii Army National Guard in a combat zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005, and was later deployed to Kuwait. Political experts worry that her previous comments and opposition to marriage equality could become one of the biggest talking points of her campaign. She has drastically changed her views and supports LGBT rights. However, she also controversially met Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad and does not support ousting him. Tulsi Gabbard is a member of the US House of Representatives for Hawaii Julián Castro Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary for Barack Obama, Julián Castro started his political career when he was just 26. He served as San Antonio elected in 2009 and was considered for the role of Hilary Clinton’s running mate in 2016. Castro calls himself the “antidote for Trump”, especially on issues like immigration. Speaking to a crowd of supporters in San Antonio, near the southern border, Castro said: “Donald Trump has failed to uphold the values of our great nation. “We have to have border security … but there’s a smart, and a humane way to do it. And there is no way in hell that caging children is keeping us safe.” Castro calls himself the ‘antidote for Trump’ Republicans Donald Trump The current US president Donald Trump has said he will run for president again next year. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former Deputy Press Secretary said “of course he’s running” in June 2017 and it was confirmed in February 2018. Brad Parscale will be the 72-year-old’s campaign manager after a successful stint leading his digital strategy in 2016. Ladbrokes puts Trump’s odds of winning the next election at 2/1. Most recently he said he wasn’t worried about potential candidates during an interview with Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro. He said: “I’m not worried. So far, I love competition. I love what I see.” Trump won the US election with 306 pledged electoral votes and he received a smaller share of the popular vote compared to Hillary Clinton. The 45th president has been very vocal about his confidence to win in 2020 John Kasich Governor of Ohio since 2011, John Kasich was a presidential candidate in 2000 and 2016, as well as a US Representative from 1983-2001. The author and TV personality has expressed interest in running against his fellow Republican Donald Trump. Kasich also worked as an investment banker and was a managing director of the Lehman Brothers office in Ohio. When he sought the Republican nomination in 2016, Kasich only received one electoral vote. He does not support president Trump and refused to attend 2016 Republican National Convention, held in his own state. Kasich recently joined CNN as a Senior Political Commentator. He’s weighing another White House bid or a return to cable television Bill Kristol Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Dan Quayle from 1989-1993, Bill Kristol has also expressed interest in running for president next year. He’s the founder and former Editor-at-Large of defunct political magazine The Weekly Standard and a political commentator on many networks. Kristol, like Kasich, is a critic of the current president, referring to the current government as the “Trumpified Republican Party” – as he wants to see a return to the Republican values he supports. He was a leading proponent in the Iraq war, sending a letter to Clinton in 1998 to encourage a stronger line. Bill Kristol has also expressed interest in running for president next year Independents Howard Schultz The former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz has announced his interest in running for president in 2020 as an independent candidate. A person close to Schultz’s advisers said they “are exploring a possible independent bid for the presidency in 2020.” Schultz stepped down from his position as CEO of the coffee chain last year, and said it could be due to a White House bid. He too is a staunch critic of Donald Trump accusing him of “vitriolic behaviour”. He said: “President Trump has given license to the fact that someone who is not a politician could potentially run for the presidency.” The former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz has announced his interest in running for president in 2020 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”14″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Akon The RnB singer said: “I’ve been thinking about running for 2020 very seriously.” The 45-year-old claims Trump’s stance on immigration makes him anxious and he’d like to change that. “I feel a lot more unsafe,” he said. “I feel unempowered. Honestly, I feel it’s gonna be a fight. I feel like I should be always prepared for the unexpected. I feel very uncomfortable.” Akon said: ‘I’ve been thinking about running for 2020 very seriously’
22 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
THE list of potential candidates for the 2020 US presidential race continues to grow as we get deeper into 2019. But who are the Democrat, Republican and independent candidates running in the election next year? This is what we know so far. US President Donald Trump said he isn’t worried about Joe Biden potentially running for president Democrats: Kamala Harris Kamala Harris is an American attorney and politician who is currently serving as the junior US Senator for California since 2017. The 54-year-old was born in Oakland, California and is a member of the Democratic Party. Harris previously served as the 32nd Attorney General of California from 2011 to 2017, and as District Attorney of San Francisco from 2004 to 2010. On January 21, Harris declared she will run against Trump in the 2020 elections. Vowing to “bring our voices together,” Harris would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds. Previously, she said the US is “absolutely” ready for a woman of colour to be president. She made her long anticipated announcement on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” saying: “I am running for president of the United States,” she said. “And I’m very excited about it.” Kamala Harris has not announced if she is going to run in 2020 Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann Warren is a senator for the state of Massachusetts. She served as the Assistant to the President under Barack Obama. Warren, 70, became the first female US Senator from her state in 2012 after defeating incumbent Republican Scott Brown. She is known for her progressive political views and supported Clinton during the 2016 US election. The senator has not publicly announced she will run for president, but on December 31, 2018 she formed an exploratory committee to run in 2020. She is married to Harvard Law professor Bruce Mann Kirsten Gillibrand Gillibrand was born in the state of New York and has been serving as the junior US Senator from New York since 2009. She also previously held the position of US Representative for New York. The 51-year-old is a very likely candidate, but her relationship with the Clinton’s is a big and potentially harmful subplot. Gillibrand visited New Hampshire and Nevada and is endorsing progressive policy positions such as abolishing ICE and a federal jobs guarantee. She was previously considered a relatively conservative Democrat, but steered left on issues such as gun control and immigration. She also previously held the position of US Representative for New York Joe Biden Former vice president Joe Biden has been vocal about his qualifications to be president. During a book tour event at the University of Montana last month he said: “I think I’m the most qualified person in the country to be president. “The issues we face as a country today are the issues that have been in my wheelhouse that I’ve worked on my whole life.” Biden, 76, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Obama in 2017. During his term as vice president, Biden’s son Beau died after a two-year battle with brain cancer. He has been reported to considering a presidential run and a CNN poll has said he would be one of the most popular Democratic candidates. Biden has not officially announced his candidacy, but he has hinted at his qualifications Tulsi Gabbard The representative from Hawaii formally announced she will seek the Democratic nomination in 2020 on January 11, 2019. She is the first Samoan-American and Hindu member of the US Congress. The 37-year-old served in the Hawaii Army National Guard in a combat zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005, and was later deployed to Kuwait. Political experts worry that her previous comments and opposition to marriage equality could become one of the biggest talking points of her campaign. She has drastically changed her views and supports LGBT rights. However, she also controversially met Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad and does not support ousting him. Tulsi Gabbard is a member of the US House of Representatives for Hawaii Julián Castro Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary for Barack Obama, Julián Castro started his political career when he was just 26. He served as San Antonio elected in 2009 and was considered for the role of Hilary Clinton’s running mate in 2016. Castro calls himself the “antidote for Trump”, especially on issues like immigration. Speaking to a crowd of supporters in San Antonio, near the southern border, Castro said: “Donald Trump has failed to uphold the values of our great nation. “We have to have border security … but there’s a smart, and a humane way to do it. And there is no way in hell that caging children is keeping us safe.” Castro calls himself the ‘antidote for Trump’ Republicans Donald Trump The current US president Donald Trump has said he will run for president again next year. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former Deputy Press Secretary said “of course he’s running” in June 2017 and it was confirmed in February 2018. Brad Parscale will be the 72-year-old’s campaign manager after a successful stint leading his digital strategy in 2016. Ladbrokes puts Trump’s odds of winning the next election at 2/1. Most recently he said he wasn’t worried about potential candidates during an interview with Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro. He said: “I’m not worried. So far, I love competition. I love what I see.” Trump won the US election with 306 pledged electoral votes and he received a smaller share of the popular vote compared to Hillary Clinton. The 45th president has been very vocal about his confidence to win in 2020 John Kasich Governor of Ohio since 2011, John Kasich was a presidential candidate in 2000 and 2016, as well as a US Representative from 1983-2001. The author and TV personality has expressed interest in running against his fellow Republican Donald Trump. Kasich also worked as an investment banker and was a managing director of the Lehman Brothers office in Ohio. When he sought the Republican nomination in 2016, Kasich only received one electoral vote. He does not support president Trump and refused to attend 2016 Republican National Convention, held in his own state. Kasich recently joined CNN as a Senior Political Commentator. He’s weighing another White House bid or a return to cable television Bill Kristol Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Dan Quayle from 1989-1993, Bill Kristol has also expressed interest in running for president next year. He’s the founder and former Editor-at-Large of defunct political magazine The Weekly Standard and a political commentator on many networks. Kristol, like Kasich, is a critic of the current president, referring to the current government as the “Trumpified Republican Party” – as he wants to see a return to the Republican values he supports. He was a leading proponent in the Iraq war, sending a letter to Clinton in 1998 to encourage a stronger line. Bill Kristol has also expressed interest in running for president next year Independents Howard Schultz The former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz has announced his interest in running for president in 2020 as an independent candidate. A person close to Schultz’s advisers said they “are exploring a possible independent bid for the presidency in 2020.” Schultz stepped down from his position as CEO of the coffee chain last year, and said it could be due to a White House bid. He too is a staunch critic of Donald Trump accusing him of “vitriolic behaviour”. He said: “President Trump has given license to the fact that someone who is not a politician could potentially run for the presidency.” The former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz has announced his interest in running for president in 2020 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”15″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Akon The RnB singer said: “I’ve been thinking about running for 2020 very seriously.” The 45-year-old claims Trump’s stance on immigration makes him anxious and he’d like to change that. “I feel a lot more unsafe,” he said. “I feel unempowered. Honestly, I feel it’s gonna be a fight. I feel like I should be always prepared for the unexpected. I feel very uncomfortable.” Akon said: ‘I’ve been thinking about running for 2020 very seriously’