Republicans promote fear, not tax cuts, in key elections
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans in many midterm election battlegrounds across the country are trying to maintain their congressional majorities by stoking certain voters' anxieties about liberal Democrats and their policies.
It's a striking turn for a party that just eight months ago was hailing a sweeping tax overhaul as a generational achievement. They promised then to make it their calling card ahead of the November elections. Democrats are more than eager to have a debate over the tax bill.
Instead, there are Republican ads warning voters that California's Nancy Pelosi could return to the... read more
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