Cindy Hyde-Smith’s victory Tuesday night in the Mississippi Senate runoff shores up the GOP’s majority in the upper chamber and could help them avoid a repeat of the drama that surrounded the confirmation of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh for future judicial picks.
With an eye toward destructive wildfire as California’s most immediate climate emergency, Gov. Jerry Brown took action on Friday to broadly expand state prevention efforts while allowing utility companies to shift some fire-related costs to their customers.
While on the campaign trail, Democrats tried to keep Ocasio-Cortez behind closed doors. Her events were private and media was not allowed in. Why? It is clear that this woman doesn’t know what she is talking about. New video shows her talking about getting inaugurated. But really she is sworn in not inaugurated. She also talks about signing bills the next day. Her job will not consist of signing in any bills. So we have to ask, does she know what her job will be?
On Wikipedia, it describes her like this,
“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is an American politician and educator. She is the United States Representative-elect for New York’s 14th congressional district, having won the district’s general election in November 2018. Ocasio-Cortez is the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.”
Krysten Sinema, the Democratic candidate battling Republican Martha McSally for a Senate seat in Arizona, has a leading edge in the race with roughly 264,000 ballots still left to count, officials said Saturday.