Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Gender gap hurts GOP but Kavanaugh helps — McConnell to AP

Gender gap hurts GOP but Kavanaugh helps — McConnell to AP

Tymkovich, the judge who is now in charge of investigating the complaints, was appointed to the bench by President George W. Bush and was on President Donald Trump's list of possible Supreme Court nominess, though Trump ultimately chose Kavanaugh.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell bashed Democrats and their liberal allies Thursday for statements and actions that he dubbed "toxic fringe behavior", sharpening Republicans' campaign-season rhetoric as the party tries rousing conservative voters to turn out on Election Day.

McConnell's comments come less than four weeks from elections in which Democrats are seen as having a strong chance at capturing control of the House but weaker odds of winning a majority in the Senate.

Many Republican voters have been trying to overturn Roe v Wade ever since it passed, electing pro-lifers to office who would then appoint pro-life judges to local and state courts and most importantly the Supreme Court.

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Republicans are madder about the Kavanaugh controversy than Democrats are and more determined to vote in the upcoming elections because of it. This poll could even be the result of growing GOP enthusiasm coupled with Democratic disgust at Manchin's Kavanaugh support, he may be getting hit on both sides.

For Democrats, Indiana has been a fairly bright spot in the Senate, with incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly holding his own against Republican challenger Mike Braun. "No, because I pledged that in 2016". Maggie Hassan told reporters on Wednesday.

While Pelosi described requesting the documents as easy, committee aides say actually obtaining them could wind up being a lengthy, complex legal battle that could push the Democrats into a place where the 2020 campaign is well underway and they are still fighting for the returns. "We have a lot of things like infrastructure that they want and I want". "They understand that Democrats have been standing with them and demanding access to healthcare for everybody".

Meanwhile, Christine Blasey Ford - who said the judge sexually assaulted her at a house party in 1982 when they were high school students - has been unable to move back home because of "unending" death threats, according to one of her lawyers. This latest round gives him a 2-point lead which means the race could still go either way.

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