Trump to rally for endangered Republican in Pennsylvania

Trump lends White House weight to House race in Pa.

Trump to rally for endangered Republican in Pennsylvania

The stakes are high in the March 13 special election. Which is where the real votes come from, not the progressive Netroots Nation conference, where her speech was suspiciously heckled by protesters to the point where few could hear it.

There is no sign of Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone on Sherwood Drive. President Donald Trump heads to the area Saturday for a rally with the GOP nominee's supporters.

President Trump signed controversial orders to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum on Thursday, while surrounded by steelworkers. That news buoyed Democratic hopes because President Donald Trump won the 18th District by about 20 points.

Saccone is competing against Democrat Conor Lamb and polls show a close race. We've had Ivanka. What does the other side have? "It's like President Trump with winning - there's so much help we're going to get exhausted of help".

In recent days, Republicans have shifted their emphasis away from those attacks, an indicator they weren't having the desired impact, and toward attacks on his time as a federal prosecutor.

Trump's Saturday visit will be his second in two months. The Democrats will have shown that they can breach the Republican hold on the blue-collar white voters who helped deliver Mr. Trump the presidency.

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.

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Overall, national groups allied with the GOP have spent almost $8 million on advertising in the race, a figure that doesn't include logistical support on the ground and is more than seven times the amount invested by national Democratic allies unaffiliated with the Lamb campaign.

"If either candidate wins, I wouldn't be surprised", Madonna said.

Or go full resistance, and support progressive candidates to rebuild the Party from scratch and demand every candidate be pro-choice, support strident gun control, hate Wall Street and take to the streets every other Tuesday.

Abrams, who is black, has shored up the big progressive endorsements from Emily's List, Democracy for America, MoveOn Political Action and the Working Families Party. "It essentially is abortion for anyone, anytime, anywhere", Conway said.

They handed out fliers that cast Lamb, a moderate Democrat who has downplayed his connection to his party, as a "rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi". The White House disputed the independent agency's findings.

In a brief interview as volunteers buzzed through the two-story office, the first-time candidate insisted that winning elections isn't "rocket science". "I think our ground game is just really strong. So I think it's long overdue", Lamb said then. "That's what all these people are doing", Lamb said.

But after Murphy's resignation this fall, Republicans are scrambling to savethis mostly working-class district outside of Pittsburgh from turning blue in Tuesday's special election - pouring millions of dollars into the race and dispatching President Trump to rev up the GOP base.

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