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Texas Democrat MJ Hegar's bid to unseat Republican incumbent senator John Cornyn will be without the support of her own mother-in-law, who says she would "never vote" for Hegar because "she is not a good person."
Authorities closed an investigation into an alleged Wisconsin hate crime on June 24, saying they failed to find any evidence that 18-year-old Althea Bernstein was the victim of a racist arson attack, as she claimed.
Three-time Survivor contestant Sarah Lacina is featured in a new political ad going after Democratic congresswoman Abby Finkenauer, saying that her record of voting with Nancy Pelosi means it's "time to vote her off the island."
The heiress to the subprime mortgage empire that preyed on minorities on its way to earning billions is now spending $200 million to boost liberal groups in battleground states, according to the New York Times.
The real estate investment firm founded by the multimillionaire husband of former Democratic senator Claire McCaskill took a Paycheck Protection Program loan worth up to $1 million, continuing its strategy of capitalizing on government programs to maximize profits.
A new campaign video from Joe Biden features a small business owner who says the Trump administration did nothing to help her during the coronavirus pandemic. Unmentioned is that she received thousands through the administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.