Wyoming and Alaska are holding primary elections where two incumbent Republicans critics of former President Donald Trump are running to keep their jobs – Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney and Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski. CNN Political Director David Chalian breaks down the stakes behind these races for the incumbents and the special election to watch in Alaska. Cheney is banking on support from outside the party to make up for lost GOP ground in the state, while Alaska’s unique primary rules could delay the general election results.
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Georgia’s Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker continues to double down on his denial of reporting from the Daily Beast around an alleged abortion. CNN Political Director David Chalian breaks down the new allegations, his responses, and how Walkers’ Republican allies are navigating this...
In the wake of Hurricane Ian, President Joe Biden and Governor Ron DeSantis have put their political differences aside today during Biden’s Florida visit. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains the two leaders’ fraught relationship and how Florida’s recovery efforts are going so far.
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