Democrats still remained hopeful about the races in Georgia. The Rev. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock, a Democrat, was headed for a January runoff against Senator Kelly Loeffler, the appointed Republican, in a special election to replace Senator Johnny Isakson, who retired in late 2019 citing health problems. Jon Ossoff, 33, a documentary filmmaker, was in a tight race to unseat Mr. Perdue, which could also end up in a runoff if neither cleared the 50 percent threshold required under Georgia law to win outright.Both parties had other outstanding targets, but they were considered stretches. For Republicans, the best option was Michigan, where John James, a Black Iraq war veteran who ran for the Senate unsuccessfully in 2018, was trying to unseat Senator Gary Peters. Democrats still believed they had an outside shot of defeating Senator Dan Sullivan in Alaska.Catie Edmondson contributed reporting.- Advertisement – Among all the victories for Senate Republicans, Ms. Collins’s stood out as the most remarkable. Facing an onslaught of liberal outrage over her 2018 vote to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court amid accusations of sexual assault, she trailed the Democrat, Sara Gideon, the speaker of the Maine House of Representatives, in the race’s closing weeks. She also faced a potential revolt by the state’s most conservative voters unhappy with her frequent criticism of Mr. Trump.In the end, she proved she was one of the only senators in the country still able to significantly outrun the top of the ticket, winning her fifth term even as Mr. Trump lost badly in Maine to Mr. Biden.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Still, already eying a 2022 Senate election on more difficult turf for Republicans, Mr. McConnell suggested there were reasons for the party to worry, as well.Speaking to reporters after his own commanding victory in Kentucky, he said Republicans had pressing work to do to win back the support of women and college-educated voters, as well as to bolster their fund-raising apparatus, which has trailed Democrats’ juggernaut, ActBlue.“I am disturbed by the loss of support in the suburbs nationwide,” Mr. McConnell said.- Advertisement –
LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. — The ACLU of Indiana, on behalf of New Horizons Rehabilitation, Inc., filed a lawsuit stating that the State of Indiana is intentionally discriminating against New Horizons and its clients with disabilities.New Horizons plans to open a supported living home in Lawrenceburg, which will be the permanent residence for three adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.This home is planned for an area zoned for single-family residences but will look the same as the other single-family homes in the area.The ACLU is saying the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is requiring the New Horizons home meet requirements different from single-family residences occupied by non-disabled persons.ACLU of Indiana says these actions violate the 14th amendment of the Constitution of the United States, the Fair Housing Amendments Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.The property has been donated to New Horizons.
for one of the places available in the qualifying tournament.Oboh played a score of three over par 75 at the Pre-Qualifying tournament held at Sandy Lodge Golf Club on July 15 to book her place in the final qualifying competition.Oboh told THISDAY she is unfazed by the challenges she had faced so far since turning professional earlier this year, as she is following her dream of becoming the first female Nigerian to win a major title.The one-day tournament will decide those that will join the elite players that had already been listed by the organizers for the championship holding at Woburn Golf Club in Buckinghamshire, England.The teenage sensation has been undergoing her apprenticeship with the PGA of Nigeria (PGAN) under the tutelage of Mathew Lawrence of Ikoyi Club 1938.The venue of the British Open, Woburn Golf Club has a rich affiliation with the event and professional golf tournaments having first hosted the Women’s British Open in 1984 and ten times since then, most recently in 2016 when Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn prevailed by three strokes on the critically acclaimed Marquess’ course.As one of only two women majors played outside the US, the Women’s British Open is known to be the most international with 29 different nations represented in the 2018 line-up and 19 of the top 20 on the Rolex World Rankings headlining the field.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olawale AjimotokanGeorgia Oboh will contend with 107 golfers all in the final qualifying tournament for the 44th edition of the Women’s British Open which tees off today at the Ashridge Golf Club, in Little Gaddesden, England.It is a career high for the young professional golfer who is aspiring to become the first Nigerian to feature in the coveted tournament by bidding
In 2018, the Cardinals’ O-line ranked 28th in sacks allowed (52). The lowly season 3-13 season — which saw the dismissal of first-year coach Steve Wilks — also saw a dismal running attack.The O-line blocked for the fewest rushing yards per carry (3.8) and the fewest total rushing yards (1,342). The #AZCardinals are expected to sign former #Seahawks guard JR Sweezy, sources say. It’s a 2-year deal and another O-line addition for AZ.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2019The addition of Sweezy, 29, comes on the heels of reported deals with outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and linebacker Jordan Hicks. Sweezy was selected as a seventh-round pick by the Seahawks in 2012 draft. He played four seasons in Seattle before spending 2016-2017 in Tampa Bay. Related News The Cardinals are adding depth to their offensive line.According to a report from the NFL Network, Arizona is working out a two-year deal with guard J.R. Sweezy. NFL trade rumors: Cardinals may be shopping quarterback Josh Rosen NFL Draft 2019: Kyler Murray ‘almost universally’ seen as No. 1 pick by Cardinals, report says He returned to the Pacific Northwest for the 2018 season.Sweezy has played mostly at right guard. However, last season he spent some time at left. He has appeared in at least 14 games every year, with the exception of his rookie season and 2016 when he sat out due to a back surgery. He is expected to play right guard on Arizona’s offensive line, which has been riddled with injuries the last two years.