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U.S. Senate Race

In 2022 the United States is holding Senate elections for 34 of the 100 seats in the Senate. Republican senators, Richard Shelby (Alabama), Roy Blunt (Missouri), Richard Burr (North Carolina), Rob Portman (Ohio), Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma), Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania), as well as Democratic senator, Patrick Leahy (Vermont), have announced that they are not seeking re-election; There are 28 Senators seeking re-election. Elections to watch closely are: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin . The 2022 United States Governor Elections are also taking place at the same time and both will be held on November 8, 2022.

Latest U.S. Senate Race News

US & Canada · Carson City

Trump to appear alongside endorsed candidates in Nevada

50% Center coverage: 8 sources
He's giving a speech and endorsing Republican Joe Lombardo, the Republican nominee for governor. A panel is scheduled for Friday at 5 pm, followed by a speech at 6 at Treasure Island. He's also endorsing Republican Adam Laxalt for U.S. Senate.See the Story
US & Canada · Jefferson City

Eric Greitens releases second violent campaign ad

83% Left coverage: 6 sources
Controversial Republican Senate candidate Eric Greitens put out yet another ad Wednesday, two days after the Highland Park mass shooting, showing him firing a gun and mixing violence with politics. In late June, Greitens sparked a firestorm of controversy with a similar ad, in which the Missouri Republican said, “Today, we’re going RINO hunting!”See the Story
US & Canada · Harrisburg

Oz calls on Philadelphia mayor to resign

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Mehmet Oz, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, called on Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney (D) to resign after he said he was looking forward to not being mayor given recent gun violence. Kenney issued a press release on Tuesday clarifying those comments. Oz said Kenney's comments were enough to merit his immediate resignation.See the Story
US & Canada · Arizona

REPORT: Trump Sends Cease And Desist Letter To Arizona Senate Candidate

80% Right coverage: 5 sources
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has spent months groundlessly telling Republicans that they can be on Trump's Team. Trump's political action committee threatened legal action if Brnovic did not stop using Trump's image and name in misleading ways. The data-driven consultants behind the unaffiliated appeals have honed their craft to the limits of absurdity.See the Story
Raphael Warnock

Warnock Used Campaign Funds to Fight Personal Lawsuit

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Warnock is facing off against Republican Herschel Walker in one of the most competitive and consequential Senate races this fall. Walker is facing multiple FEC complaints from Democrats that allege he illegally spent campaign money to prepare for his Senate announcement. Warnock's campaign maintains that the use of campaign funds was permissible because the second lawsuit was filed while Warnock was in office.See the Story
US & Canada · Boston

Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
Herschel Walker was traded from the Dallas Cowboys to the Minnesota Vikings in 1989. The Vikings received eight draft picks, including three first-round picks and three second-rounds. The Nets have set the bar of at least three picks, plus pick swaps, for Kevin Durant. The NBA had attempted to limit such largesse with the Stepien Rule.See the Story

‘Lives destroyed’: Illinois rep calls for assault weapons ban after July Fourth shooting

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
The White House has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff to honor the victims of the deadly Fourth of July shooting in Illinois.See the Story
US & Canada · Atlanta

Tim Scott Runs Ads In Nevada and Georgia

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), up for reelection this year and considered a potential 2024 presidential candidate, is running direct-to-camera television ads in Nevada and in Georgia at a cost of nearly $2 million to boost his party’s candidates for Senate in those closely-watched races, Politico reports.See the Story
US & Canada · Phoenix

The Strident Writings of a Young Blake Masters Dog His Senate Run

Coverage: 2 sources
Blake Masters, a Republican candidate for the Senate in Arizona who won the endorsement of former President Donald J. Trump, has been dogged by a trail of youthful writings in which he lamented the entry of the United States into the First and Second World Wars, approvingly quoted a Nazi war criminal and pushed an isolationism that extended beyond even Mr. Trump’s. In the most recent examples, unearthed and provided to The New York Times by opponents of Mr. Masters, he took to the chat room of CrossFit, his workout of choice, as a Stanford undergraduate in 2007 to espouse views that might not sit well with the Republican electorate of 2022.See the Story

Media Bias Breakdown

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Left: 32%
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