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CNN Poll: Americans' votes in 2022 may come down to two things

Voters begin the midterm year primarily focused on economic issues, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS in January and February. The survey also showed that Democrats are suffering an early deficit in enthusiasm about voting, a dynamic that could be compounded by voters' concerns over the economy.

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CNN Poll: Most Biden detractors say he's done nothing they like since becoming president

Nearly 6 in 10 Americans disapprove of how Joe Biden is handling his presidency, with most of that group saying there's literally nothing Biden has done since taking office that they approve of. The finding, from a CNN Poll conducted by SSRS in January and February, highlights the entrenched politics driving the nation at the start of the midterm year, with little agreement across party lines on priorities for the government or how to handle the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hear McConnell's reaction to RNC censure

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reacts to the Republican National Convention's censure of Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY). CNN's Scott Jennings explains what McConnell's stance could mean for the 2022 midterm elections.

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Trump team announces $122M war chest

Former President Donald Trump's political organization has amassed $122 million in cash reserves, his team announced Monday. The war chest he has stockpiled is unprecedented for a former President and underscores his financial dominance in Republican politics more than a year after leaving the White House and in the midst of a critical midterm cycle.

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The future of the GOP isn't about DeSantis or Youngkin

A year after Donald Trump left the White House and with the 2022 midterms looming, much of the Republican Party has its sights on what, and who, comes next. Though Trump is still very much in the picture -- his recent rally in Arizona had strong back-on-the-campaign-trail vibes -- two Republican governors (and the states they represent) have emerged as possible answers to these GOP questions: Virginia's Glenn Youngkin and Florida's Ron DeSantis.

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Opinion: Kevin McCarthy's comment is a warning sign

If Democrats lose the US House of Representatives in this fall's midterm elections, 2023 is going to be rough -- not just for liberals, but for American democracy and the country's overall stability.

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House Democrats lean into January 6-focused strategy ahead of midterms

House Democrats' campaign arm is leaning into a strategy of linking Republicans to the January 6 insurrection amid the one-year anniversary of the US Capitol riot, even as some in the Democratic Party debate how much to talk about the deadly attack on the campaign trail.

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How GOP lawmakers want to change voting

Republican state legislatures are looking to change the voting process by ending ballot boxes and changing ID requirements ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. CNN's Sara Murray reports.

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Florida was once the perennial swing state. 2022 may prove how red it has become

Four years ago, Republicans and Democrats in Florida were similarly optimistic about their chances of winning the governor's mansion and a toss-up race for a US Senate seat during the 2018 midterms. The results of those races -- razor-thin victories for Republicans in both contests -- devastated Democrats but nevertheless seemed to reenforce Florida's status as a purple state.

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'A 50-50 Senate sucks': Dejected Dems fret over agenda failure

Anger is growing in Democratic ranks over the failure to get President Joe Biden's sweeping agenda through this year despite unified control of Congress, with their party already bracing for what could be a brutal Election Day in next November's midterms.

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Analysis: Why the 2022 midterms look like the opposite of 2018

What a difference four years makes in politics. At this point in 2017, Democrats were about to pull off a stunning Senate win against a very flawed opponent in the deeply red state of Alabama. It was one of many indications that Democrats were on their way to a big 2018 victory.

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