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GOP Chair Claims Long Red Pa.-18 a 'Democrat District'

GOP Chair Claims Long Red Pa.-18 a 'Democrat District'

Lamb, a former federal prosecutor, is running as a centrist Democrat.

Trump Jr. asked employees making products that involved pretzel sticks "how many" they "eat on a given day". Similarly, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi only has a 20% approval rate, with 57% disapproving. Lamb spent the weekend highlighting his support from unions. He will help me very much.

He even traveled to the state Saturday to hold a raucous campaign-style rally, at which he mused on topics including giving drug dealers the death penalty, Celebrity Apprentice ratings, and the supposed attractiveness of his younger self.

GOP and Trump-aligned groups have spent more than $10 million to prop up Saccone.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says reporters should pay less attention to President Donald Trump's rally speeches and more attention to his policies. Trump said he's accomplished a lot.

Donald Trump Jr. campaigned for Republican Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District on Monday. And, unlike last year's contests, Republicans now can tout the tax bill that they had hoped would be a persuasive selling point in key races.

Saccone has tried at times to make the race about experience, touting his four decades in the public and private sector, from an Air Force career and stint in North Korea to his current job as a college professor.

Polls close at 8 p.m. EDT in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Other recent polls have shown the race to be within a few percentage points in a district that Trump won by 19 percentage points in 2016. Democrats have also won a spate of state legislature races around the country, including in districts, like the one in Pennsylvania, that strongly backed Trump in 2016. He later added, "Pelosi's party in Congress is full of people who tell their voters one thing during the election and then go to Washington and vote lockstep".

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"Lamb will always vote for Pelosi and Dems.Will raise taxes, weak on Crime and Border", Trump tweeted Monday.

"If he loses big, it's a bad day for Moulton", Sheinkopf said. The strategy could also be a gamble: By reaching out to centrist Democrats and Republicans, Lamb risks alienating more progressive Democrats. Vice President Joe Biden, who was born in Scranton, has campaigned with him. Half of the contributions - $1.9 million - are unitemized, meaning they are small donations below $200-resulting from the national fundraising efforts of ActBlue, the prolific far-left fundraising operation based in Boston, Massachusetts.

TRUMP: We need our Congressman Saccone.

Saccone, 60, is a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Nearby in DeFelice's upper-middle-class enclave outside Pittsburgh, engineer Carol Heinecke, 57, offered another absolute reason for supporting Saccone: President Donald Trump. This - I hate to put this pressure on you, Rick.

Monmouth University used three different turnout models ahead of Tuesday's special election -and Lamb has the advantage in all three of them. The poll uses the most likely scenario - a turnout model that assumes performance in Pennsylvania's 18th District will be similar to other recent special elections in which Democratic turnout has generally exceeded that in past elections.

Republicans have suffered major losses during Trump's presidency, including a blowout in the Virginia gubernatorial race and a loss in Alabama's Senate race.

"You think her life is so easy folks", he said. McDaniel also demeaned Lamb as a Republican in disguise. "It's all coming back", Trump said. He outraised Saccone by a almost five-to-one margin, hauling in $3 million by the most recent campaign finance reports filed February 21.