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Updated: November 11, 2022 @ 10:11 pm
FORT WORTH, Texas — Though the House and Senate are still hanging in the balance, it’s clear Republicans did not sweep the nation with the “red wave” of conservative wins like they hoped. If anything, it was more of a red trickle.
Semantics aside, one thing is clear: Gov. Ron DeSantis swept Florida by nearly 20%, an incredible margin by anyone’s standards. Texas’ own Gov. Greg Abbott bested Beto O’Rourke, the left’s most popular gubernatorial challenger, by 11%. Conservatives should look to DeSantis and Abbott for an explanation and direction forward.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping is leaving his country’s COVID-19 bubble and venturing abroad next week into a dramatically changed world marked by rising confrontation. Xi will attend the G-20 meeting of industrial and emerging market nations in Indonesia, followed by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Thailand. The Chinese leader has relied mainly on speeches by video to deliver China’s message at the U.N. and other forums since 2020. The period has seen a sharp deterioration in China’s relations with the West. The U.S. and Europe are looking at China more critically, while China’s leadership has shown a determination to go its own route.
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LAS VEGAS — Republican Joe Lombardo will become Nevada’s next governor, making the unconventional leap from county sheriff to the state’s top executive office after unseating first-term Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak by a razor-thin margin.
Republican Joe Lombardo outpaced Nevada Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak in the newly counted votes coming in from the state’s biggest counties. The Associated Press called the race Friday night for Lombardo after determining that Sisolak wasn’t winning votes from Las Vegas’ Clark County and Reno’s Washoe County by large enough margins to make up his deficit. Lombardo toggled between embracing former President Donald Trump and keeping him at a distance. In one debate against Sisolak, he declined to call Trump a great president and instead said he had been a “sound” executive. Later at a rally with Trump he called him the “greatest president.”
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Actor Alec Baldwin sued the armorer, weapons supplier, first assistant director and prop master from the movie “Rust” for negligence after he accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Darcy Kuemper made 28 saves to help the Washington Capitals beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 in his first game against them since beating them for the Stanley Cup last summer. Tensions boiled over many times between the two teams and two fights broke out. Sonny Milano scored twice and Anthony Mantha and Aliaksei Protas each had a goal for Washington. The Capitals avoided back-to-back losses after dropping six of their previous eight. Tampa Bay has lost two in a row and six of seven.
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A handful of closely matched California U.S. House races could determine which party controls the chamber. More than a dozen House races in the state remained in play, though only a handful were seen as tight enough to go either way. It takes 218 seats to control the House. Republicans locked down 211 for far, with Democrats claiming 199. In returns Friday, Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Garcia saw his comfortable lead dip slightly over Democrat Christy Smith in a district north of Los Angeles. In Orange County, Democratic Rep. Katie Porter expanded her narrow lead over Republican Scott Baugh. Millions of ballots remained uncounted statewide.
Democrat Linda Sanchez wins reelection to U.S. House in California’s 38th Congressional District.
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Bahrain says hackers have targeted websites in the island kingdom just hours before a planned parliamentary election. The Interior Ministry did not identify the websites targeted Saturday, but the country’s state-run Bahrain News Agency could not be reached online, nor could the website for Bahrain’s parliament. Screenshots taken by internet users showed a picture after the hack claiming it was carried out by a previously unknown account called Al-Toufan, or “The Flood” in Arabic. Bahrain is in the midst of a decade-long crackdown on all dissent after the 2011 Arab Spring protests, which saw the island’s Shiite majority and others demanding more political freedom. Shiite activists have called for a boycott of the polls.
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