Republicans have struggled to regain the momentum that GOP 2022 midterms primary candidates had in March when inflation, the border crisis, and crime had Democrats reeling in anticipation of a red wave in November.
Republicans were confident of winning at least a narrow majority in the U.S. Senate, as much as a 25-35 seat hammer-lock in the U.S. House, and also boosting the number of GOP governors to at least 30 this fall.
Those spring aspirations have since been tempered by a summer surge in enthusiasm among Democrat voters in the wake of June’s U.S. Supreme Court’s repeal of Roe v. Wade, slackening inflation, and a concerted effort in campaign rhetoric and White House messaging to identify former President Donald Trump and his supporters as threats to democracy….


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