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Recent articles by Max:

DeSantis stokes culture wars as 2024 profile grows

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is leaning into the culture wars as he weighs a 2024 bid. The Florida governor and rising GOP star on Thursday suspended a Tampa-area elected state attorney who had si… → Read More

Mace defeats Trump-backed primary challenger in South Carolina

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) was projected to have defeated former South Carolina state Rep. Katie Arrington on Tuesday, handing former President Donald Trump his latest high-profile primary loss. The … → Read More

Republican who impeached Trump loses primary in South Carolina

Former state Rep. Russell Fry was projected to have defeated Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) in the GOP primary in South Carolina’s 7th district on Tuesday in a campaign that zeroed in on the five-term incu… → Read More

Five takeaways from primaries in California and beyond

Voters in California showed up on Tuesday in support of tough-on-crime policies, while House Republican incumbents across the country fought off primary challenges from their political right. → Read More

Greitens leads Missouri GOP Senate primary field: poll

Disgraced former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens leads the field of Republicans vying for the party’s nomination to succeed retiring Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), according to a new poll from The Hill … → Read More

South Dakota Republican fends off primary challenge for House seat

Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) was projected to fend off a primary challenge from his political right on Tuesday to clinch the Republican nomination for another term as South Dakota’s sole representat… → Read More

Franken defeats Finkenauer in Iowa Democratic Senate primary

Retired Navy Adm. Mike Franken on Tuesday was projected to win the Democratic nomination to take on Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) in November. The Associated Press projected Franken’s vic… → Read More

Nunn clinches GOP nomination to take on Axne in Iowa

Iowa state Sen. Zach Nunn on Tuesday was projected to clinch the Republican nomination to challenge Rep. Cindy Axne (D), setting the stage for the most competitive House race of the year in Iowa. … → Read More

Grassley wins GOP Senate primary in Iowa

Sen. Chuck Grassley was projected to coast to the Republican Senate nomination in Iowa on Tuesday, putting him one step closer to an eighth term in the upper chamber. The Associated Press called th… → Read More

Noem easily clinches win in South Dakota governor primary

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) was projected to coast to victory over her sole primary rival on Tuesday as she looks to clinch a second term in the governor’s mansion this year. The Associated P… → Read More

Thune glides to victory in South Dakota Senate primary

Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) easily survived a primary on Tuesday, putting him on a glide path to a fourth term in the Senate. The Associated Press projected Thune would win his primary at 9:20 p.m. ET… → Read More

Five things to watch in California and beyond in Tuesday’s primaries

Voters in the nation’s largest state will head to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots in a series of marquee races. In San Francisco, voters will decide whether to boot their top prose… → Read More

Democrat Taddeo ends bid for Florida governor, will run for Miami House seat

Florida state Sen. Annette Taddeo announced on Monday that she would exit her state’s Democratic gubernatorial primary and instead run for a Miami-based House seat. Taddeo jumped into the Democrat… → Read More

Fetterman discloses previous heart condition, says he’s recovering

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. and Senate candidate John Fetterman failed to follow up with doctors after he was diagnosed with a previously undisclosed heart condition in 2017, he said on Friday. Fetterman… → Read More

Trump endorses Masters in Arizona Senate GOP primary

Former President Trump endorsed venture capitalist Blake Masters in the GOP Senate primary in Arizona on Thursday, siding with tech billionaire and Republican mega-donor Peter Thiel, who has alread… → Read More

Florida Supreme Court’s decision leaves DeSantis congressional map in place

The Florida Supreme Court declined on Thursday to hear a challenge to the new congressional map crafted by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and approved by the GOP-controlled state legislature. The court’s an… → Read More

Democratic Senate hopefuls take cautious tack on assault weapons ban

Democratic Senate candidates in the year’s most competitive races are treading lightly on an issue that has the backing of the party’s top officials: an assault weapons ban. From Pennsylvania to Ar… → Read More

Herschel Walker ‘mad’ at Trump over remarks about Senate bid

Herschel Walker, the Georgia Republican Senate nominee and former NFL player, said he’s “mad” at former President Trump for claiming he was the one who lured Walker into the race to unseat Sen. Rap… → Read More

Republicans grow more aggressive in openly defying Trump

Republicans are more aggressively reasserting themselves within the GOP amid signs that former President Donald Trump’s once vise-like grip on the party is starting to weaken. In recent weeks… → Read More

Maloney leads Nadler in New York House primary: poll

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) is leading fellow New York Democrat, Rep. Jared Nadler, by double digits in the primary to represent the state’s newly drawn 12th congressional district, according to … → Read More