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Happening This Week:

SUNDAY, NOV. 21

  • President Joe Biden will conclude his weekend in Delaware.

MONDAY, NOV. 22

  • The First Couple will visit Fort Bragg for a Thanksgiving celebration.
  • Energy Secretary Granholm will promote the infrastructure bill in Tennessee.
  • Interior Secretary Haaland will promote the infrastructure bill in New Mexico.
  • The U.S. Senate will be on recess until Nov. 29.
  • The U.S. House will be on recess until Nov. 29.
  • The New York State Independent Redistricting Commission will hold a public hearing to receive feedback on its draft redistricting plan for state legislative and congressional election districts.

    TUESDAY, NOV. 23

    • The New York State Independent Redistricting Commission will hold a public hearing to receive feedback on its draft redistricting plan for state legislative and congressional election districts.

    WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24

    • The U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis will publish growth figures for Q3.

    THURSDAY, NOV. 25

    • The United States will celebrate Thanksgiving.

    FRIDAY, NOV. 26

    • The U.S. Senate and U.S. House will remain on recess.
    • This day marks the 3rd anniversary of NASA’s Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) mission landing on Mars. 

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    Elections

    FEC Approves Rental of Schiff Campaign Email List to Promote New Book
    Political News
    FEC Approves Rental of Schiff Campaign Email List to Promote New Book
    November 23, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    WASHINGTON — Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is free to rent the email list compiled by his principal campaign committee, Schiff for Congress, to promote his new memoir, “Midnight in Washington,” the Federal Election Commission said in an advisory opinion announced Wednesday. Random House, a division of... Read More

    Early Voting Underway for Atlanta’s Nov. 30 Race for Mayor
    Elections
    Early Voting Underway for Atlanta’s Nov. 30 Race for Mayor
    November 20, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    ATLANTA — Early voting kicked off this week for Georgia’s 2021 runoff elections, the most watched being the race to finally decide who will be Atlanta’s next mayor. City Council President Felicia Moore and Council Member Andre Dickens are facing off in the mayoral runoff after... Read More

    Beto O’Rourke Announces Bid for Texas Governor
    Political News
    Beto O’Rourke Announces Bid for Texas Governor
    November 15, 2021
    by Reece Nations

    EL PASO, Texas — Former El Paso congressman and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke announced on Monday that he is running for governor of Texas. In the video announcing his candidacy, O’Rourke focused closely on the Texas government’s slow response to Winter Storm Uri in... Read More

    District Court Says FEC Dropped Ball on Political Committee Case
    Campaign Finance
    District Court Says FEC Dropped Ball on Political Committee Case
    November 12, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    WASHINGTON — The Federal Elections Commissions failed to act on an administrative complaint from the Campaign Legal Center in a timely fashion and must now resolve the matter within the next 30 days, a federal court ruled Thursday. The ruling stems from a complaint the Campaign... Read More

    Murphy Narrowly Wins Reelection as New Jersey’s Governor
    Gubernatorial
    Murphy Narrowly Wins Reelection as New Jersey’s Governor
    November 4, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    TRENTON, N.J. —The nail biter is over. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has been elected to a second term in the state’s highest office. As of Thursday morning, the Democratic incumbent was leading Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli by 37,293 votes, with 91% of the state’s election... Read More

    Youngkin Wins In Virginia; In Stunner, NJ Remains Too Close to Call
    Political News
    Youngkin Wins In Virginia; In Stunner, NJ Remains Too Close to Call
    November 3, 2021
    by Dan McCue

    WASHINGTON — Republican Glenn Youngkin won the nation’s most watched gubernatorial contest on Tuesday, edging out Democrat Terry McAuliffe in a race widely seen as an early referendum on the Biden administration and Congressional Democrats. As of Wednesday morning, with 2724 of 2855 Virginia’s precincts reporting,... Read More

    As Voters Across US Weigh New Rights, Maine Says Yes to Food
    Political News
    As Voters Across US Weigh New Rights, Maine Says Yes to Food

    The right to food won rave reviews Tuesday from Maine voters, who passed the nation's first guarantee for people to grow, harvest and eat according to their own wishes. The Maine ballot measure was one of several in states seeking to create new constitutional rights touching... Read More

    Youngkin's Virginia Win Jolts Democrats, Tight Race in NJ
    Political News
    Youngkin's Virginia Win Jolts Democrats, Tight Race in NJ

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Republican Glenn Youngkin won the Virginia governor's race early Wednesday, tapping into culture war fights over schools and race to unite former President Donald Trump's most fervent supporters with enough suburban voters to become the first GOP candidate to win statewide office... Read More

    Ohio, Florida Voters Cast Ballots in Three Congressional Races
    Elections
    Ohio, Florida Voters Cast Ballots in Three Congressional Races

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Both Democrats and Republicans brought out their heavy hitters in the runup to the special congressional election in central Ohio, as the parties sought to boost turnout in one of three off-year contests on the ballot Tuesday. President Joe Biden and former... Read More

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