Sunday, September 24

President Biden calls for federal gas tax holiday to fight inflation

Happy Wednesday, OnPolitics readers!

Tuesday night’s primaries proved to be a good night for women, such as DC Major Muriel Bowser, who was renominated for a third term.

Bowser claimed the primary victory despite the headwinds of increased crime in the nation’s capital and two Democratic challengers from the city council who unsuccessfully tried to unseat her.

Her win is another ding against progressives during the June primaries, which have further revealed the stark differences between progressives and moderates on addressing violence.

No more Mo: Business executive Katie Britt claimed the Republican nomination for a US Senate seat in Alabama on Tuesday, easily winning a runoff over congressman Mo Brooks, who was a vocal advocate of Trump’s protests over the 2020 election.

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