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03/08/18 at 11:16:26
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Fighting to stave off another special election embarrassment, the White House is strengthening its final-days offensive in western Pennsylvania.

President Donald Trump has long been scheduled to rally voters on Saturday behind Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone, a state representative whose underwhelming campaign has some Washington-based Republicans fearing the worst. It will be the president's second visit to the district on Saccone's behalf. Daughter Ivanka Trump appeared with Saccone in a separate visit last month as well and praised him as "a champion" for Republican priorities.

Democrats have over-performed in virtually every contest across the country since Trump took the White House. And the sting of the GOP's embarrassing December defeat in Alabama's special Senate race, in which Trump lent his name and time to failed Republican nominee Roy Moore, is still fresh.

Beyond surrogates, the Republican National Committee, which is the White House's political arm, has spent more than $1.1 million so far to support Saccone, said committee spokesman Rick Gorka. Other national groups allied with the GOP have spent nearly $8 million on advertising in the race, which is more than seven times the amount invested by national Democratic allies not affiliated with the Lamb campaign.

"The RNC is heavily focused on winning this race," Gorka said.

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Reply #1 - 03/08/18 at 12:25:16
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I hope they can win this one.The voters are fickle though. The country was doing well under Reagan in 1986 and the economy was great. Yet the Dems. won something like 6 seats to gain control of the Senate, and that was enough to keep Robert Bork off the Supreme Court.

Therefore, the GOP has to work its butt off to win this.

  
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