In the states this week, DNC Chair Jaime Harrison joined local radio stations to discuss Republicans kicking off a messy race for their MAGA base after Democrats defied history in the midterm elections.
- In Connecticut: WTIC: DNC Chair Harrison Touts Democrats’ Notable Midterm Wins and GOP’s MAGA Agenda
- In Pennsylvania: WURD: DNC Celebrate Democrats’ Midterm Wins After Historic DNC Investments
- In Wisconsin: WNOV: DNC Chair Blasts GOP’s Race For the MAGA Base
Earlier this week, Democrats celebrated the one year anniversary of President Biden doing what Trump and his Republican Congress promised for years but failed to accomplish – signing a Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that is making once-in-a-generation investments in our nation’s roads, bridges, railroads, ports, airports, water systems, and high-speed internet access. While Trump and his Republican Congress talked about an infrastructure week that never materialized, President Biden and Democrats are delivering an infrastructure decade.
- In Arizona: KYMA: One year since Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed
- In Arkansas: Arkansas Democrat Gazette: White House lauds $1.2 trillion infrastructure law’s first year
- In Nevada: 8NewsNow: Nevada gets $1.7 billion in first year of infrastructure spending
- In Pennsylvania: ABC 27: What has the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) done for Pennsylvanians?
- In Texas: Houston Chronicle: Texas received $13.9 billion from infrastructure bill so far, White House says
- In Washington: KNDU: $3.7 billion sent to WA during first year of Infrastructure law
- In West Virginia: West Virginia News: West Virginia Senators mark one-year anniversary of Bipartisan Infrastructure law
- In Wisconsin: WKOW: $2.7B allocated to Wisconsin to improve state infrastructure
Also this week, local headlines were full of Republicans infighting and finger-pointing after Democrats defied expectations in the midterm elections — making it more clear that Americans are rejecting their extreme MAGA agenda.
- In Arizona: Arizona’s Family: Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate calls for GOP chair Kelli Ward to resign
- In Colorado: Colorado Public Radio: ‘An extinction level event’: Colorado Republicans react to deep election losses
- In Illinois: Chicago Tribune: Illinois GOP, suffering from Trump factor and right-wing ideology, teeters on edge of irrelevance
- In Kansas: The Kansas City Star: What went wrong? Kansas Republicans point fingers after Schmidt’s loss to Kelly
- In Maine: Portland Press Herald: Midterms reveal Republican decline across large swaths of Maine
- In Michigan: MLive: Michigan Republican Party blames election losses on Tudor Dixon, Trump
- In Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Inquirer: The Pa. GOP’s no good, very bad, terrible election. And what comes next.