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The Weekender (1/13/23)

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The Weekender (1/13/23)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Kentucky: A new poll from Morning Consult shows Gov. Andy Beshear kicking off the election year with strong support from Kentuckians across party lines. The poll shows the governor’s overall approval rating at 60%, making him one of the nation’s most popular…

The Weekender (1/6/23)

Weekender

The Weekender (1/6/23)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Kentucky: Ahead of the major bipartisan infrastructure announcement in northern Kentucky this week, on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear discussed putting politics aside and working together to get things done for working families. “We’re showing what happens when you push…

The Weekender (12/16/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (12/16/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Please note that we’ll be putting the Weekender on pause over the holidays, but your favorite newsletter will be back on January 6th. Let’s get started. Kansas: Gov. Laura Kelly earned praise in the Kansas City Star this week for running a successful race as…

The Weekender (12/9/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (12/9/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s weekend newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Kentucky: Gov. Andy Beshear has officially filed for re-election next year. While the GOP has been focused on a crowded primary, Gov. Beshear has spent his first term ensuring real results for Kentuckians. Gov. Beshear has led the state through crises and…

The Weekender (11/18/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (11/18/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s weekend newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Arizona: Democratic governors’ historic midterm performance continued this week with Governor-Elect Katie Hobbs defeating MAGA extremist Kari Lake. During her time as secretary of state, Governor-Elect Hobbs has developed a track record as a compassionate and experienced leader who will push Arizona…

The Weekender (11/11/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (11/11/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s weekend newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Massachusetts/Oregon: In Massachusetts and Oregon, Gov.-Elects Maura Healey and Tina Kotek made history by becoming the country’s first openly lesbian governors. Both candidates have strong track records of solving tough problems. Healey and Kotek won their races with bold plans to ​​deliver…

The Weekender (11/4/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (11/4/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Nevada: As law enforcement agencies raise the alarm that election conspiracy theories could cause violence and put people in danger, Sheriff Joe Lombardo continues to try and walk both sides of the line on the Big Lie. “In Clark County, Lombardo’s presence…

The Weekender (10/28/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (10/28/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Oregon: With less than two weeks until Election Day, Christine Drazan continues to gain attention for her extreme anti-choice record and refusal to condemn election deniers. First, as Drazan has tried to hide her plans to ban abortion — even scrubbing her…

The Weekender (10/21/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (10/21/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Nevada: New campaign finance reports reveal that Joe Lombardo is still being fueled by billionaire real estate mogul Robert Bigelow, who’s poured a whopping $10 million into propping up Lombardo’s candidacy. He’s also given $4 million to Stronger Nevada PAC and $9…

The Weekender (10/14/22)

Weekender

The Weekender (10/14/22)

Welcome to the Democratic Governors Association’s Friday newsletter, the Weekender. Let’s get started. Wisconsin: With less than a month until Election Day, Tim Michels refuses to answer how he would avoid a glaring conflict of interest if elected governor, considering he would be signing off on state road contracts that his company serves to benefit…

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