GOP Trails Democrats by 11 Percent Ahead of US Midterm Elections

Christy Bowe  Polaris  Newscom

New voters will be casting ballots at a nearby early voting site.

The Senate confirmed 15 more judges late Thursday and left town until after next month's midterm elections, as Republicans chalked up more wins days after Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.

While numerous results in the poll fall along familiar partisan lines, it also found that political independents are more suspicious than supportive of the new justice.

She was carrying a "Grab 'em by the midterms" sign - a play on an infamous remark made by Trump.

Underscoring liberal anger over Trump's conservative judicial nominees, People for the American Way criticized them as "ideological extremists and narrow minded elitists".

"We need to rally the young millennials and the people coming up, turning 18 (years old)".

Kavanaugh's confirmation is not popular: In the poll, which was conducted after last week's Senate vote, 46 percent of voters said the Senate "made the wrong decision" in approving the controversial judge, while 40 percent said it was right to elevate him to the high court.

The arrival of Brett Kavanaugh, a fierce defender of conservative values, judges in progressive of the supreme Court in the minority-with four judges on nine- in the temple of american law, which ensures the constitutionality of laws and referee on the subjects of society the most hard subjects (death penalty, gay marriage, abortion rights, defense of the environment...).

Moreover, "women say the episode draws them toward Democrats over Republicans by a 16-point margin, while men are more evenly split".

Gatherings like these should take place in October in other States, including some traditionally sympathetic to republicans, such as Texas, Georgia or SC.

Senate Democrats up for reelection in red states feared they could be kept in Washington while their Republican challengers ran free in their respective states. None of us should be surprised that Republicans - who referred to female sex-crime survivors as a "mob" and mocked Ford - would discount the reaction of women.

Organisers timed the march to coincide with the run-up to the crucial November 6 midterm elections, when Democrats could wrest away control of the lower house of Congress from Republicans.

The protests came as early voting was under way in IL and more than a dozen other states with more to follow.

"They are dumping in cash by the truckload,", said Brian Walsh, president of the pro-Trump America First Action super PAC, who adds, "From Democrat candidates to outside groups, we've never seen anything like this before."

This is the third Women's March through Chicago.

Protests in January shut down streets in dozens of American cities.



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