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Kenneth P. Doyle

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Past articles by Kenneth:

Republicans Bet Outside Money on New Hampshire Senate Race (1)

Republicans are pouring money into a New Hampshire Senate race to bail out a nominee party leaders didn’t even want. → Read More

Economy, New Voters Cloud Nevada Democrat’s Re-Election Campaign

The epicenter of Democrats’ struggle to keep control of the Senate is in Nevada, where first-term Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto is attempting to connect with a transient population amid unhappiness with President Joe Biden’s performance. → Read More

Democrats Raise $12 Million After Top Court Draft Leak (Correct)

Democrats raised $12 million in the day after news broke about a draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, according to ActBlue, which processes online donations for Democratic-aligned candidates and groups. → Read More

Democratic Senators Hit Airwaves Backed by Big Fundraising Hauls

Several vulnerable Democratic incumbent senators are raking in huge sums for their re-election campaigns, led by Georgia’s Raphael Warnock, who is on pace to bring in a record first-quarter haul. → Read More

Ohio Commission Backs Congressional Map Favoring Republicans

Republicans on the Ohio Redistricting Commission approved a congressional district map Wednesday that would create 10 safe Republican seats, three safe Democratic seats and two toss-ups. → Read More

Ohio Weighs Two Primary Dates as Officials Scramble on Maps (1)

Ohio is looking at holding two primaries because the state redistricting commission didn’t do its job on time. The May 3 primary will be held as scheduled for governor, U.S. Senate, and other elective offices not affected by redistricting, unless lawmakers decide to hold one primary for statewide, congressional, and legislative offices at a... → Read More

Trump Wades Into Midterm Senate Majority Fight in North Carolina

The ripples of Donald Trump’s splash into the 2022 midterm elections may not hit any state harder than North Carolina, where on Saturday he made the first of several expected battleground appearances over the next couple of months. → Read More

JetBlue Makes 1st PAC Giving to Election Objector After Halt (1)

JetBlue Airways Corp. is the first company to end a pause in PAC contributions following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and disclose giving to one of the Republican lawmakers objecting to the Electoral College vote count. → Read More

Funding Bodyguards With Campaign Cash Set for Federal Approval

Federal regulators next week are set to pave the way for lawmakers to pay for bodyguards with campaign money. → Read More

Women Lead Both Parties’ Efforts to Win Senate Majority in 2022

Women are leading both parties’ Senate campaign committees for the 2022 cycle, with the 50-50 chamber up for grabs. → Read More

Ad Spending Exceeds $300 Million for Georgia’s Senate Runoffs

Georgia residents tuning in over the weekend to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, morning news shows, and football games were greeted by ads attacking Republican senators for pandemic-driven stock trades and calling Democratic challengers radical. → Read More

Record-Breaking Race in North Carolina Was 2020’s Most Expensive

At more than $271 million, North Carolina’s high-stakes Senate race was the most expensive congressional contest in a record-shattering year — and its result was one of a handful still outstanding Wednesday with the majority remaining up for grabs. → Read More

Red State Super PAC Ads Illuminate Wide Competitive Senate Map

South Carolina’s airwaves this week are awash with ads promoting Sen. Lindsey Graham thanks in part to an influx of contributions from prominent Republican donors eager to keep the party’s Senate losses to a minimum. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Trump Paints Biden as Socialist Pawn

For one night on the South Lawn of the White House, President Donald Trump painted a vision of the campaign he wished he were waging -- where the pandemic was an afterthought, his first term was an unqualified success and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden was little more t... → Read More

Defeated Senators Target Former Colleagues With Leftover Cash

Heidi Heitkamp and Joe Donnelly are tapping their leftover campaign funds to help flip Republican Senate seats. → Read More

Homebound Viewers Blitzed With Election 2020 Coronavirus Ads (1)

For anyone watching television in the state of Kentucky, this isn’t news: The coronavirus pandemic has dominated political advertising. → Read More

Political Ad War in Montana Signals Competitive Senate Contest

Montana’s airwaves are filled with political ads six months before Election Day, a sign that both parties believe Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock‘s entry made the Senate race in this Republican-leaning state highly competitive. → Read More

Coming This Fall to TVs in Iowa and Maine: Lots of Political Ads

Iowa and Maine, two smaller states not often at the center of the general-election action, are preparing for an onslaught of TV ads in the fall thanks to a confluence of competitive presidential and congressional races. → Read More

Supreme Court Rejects Keeping Republican Super PAC Donor Secret

The Supreme Court rejected a bid to keep secret a “John Doe” donor who gave $1.7 million to a Republican super PAC in a move that could make it harder for political “dark money” groups to shield the identities of their biggest contributors in the 2020 elections and beyond. → Read More

States Push Paper Ballots With Aid From Revived Election Agency

More than 90% of Americans voting in the 2020 elections will use systems boasting a voter-verified paper trail, according to the new chairman of a previously ignored federal agency. → Read More