Tag Archives: Thom Tillis

Chen: GOP Exceeds Expectations in Contests for the Senate


We’re still waiting for the dust to settle on this year’s elections, but one thing appears extremely likely: Republicans will retain control of the United States Senate.

Credit should go to Mitch McConnell and the leadership team at the National Republican Senatorial Committee. They were left for dead by many pundits and analysts before the election but managed to pull off an impressive victory—even though they were outspent by tens of millions of dollars in crucial races across the country.

Congratulations should go to incumbent Senators Susan Collins, Thom Tillis, Joni Ernst and Steve Daines, who appear to have won reelection. David Perdue of Georgia is close to victory, and—at least as I speak—challenger John James is running ahead in Michigan.

It was a good night for the Republican majority in the Senate. That will be hugely important, regardless of who wins the presidency.

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America Approaches the Crossroads


Townhall Review – October 31, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Arizona Senator Martha McSally talk about her re-election campaign against former astronaut Mark Kelly.

Charlie Kirk talks about a battleground state that could ultimately decide who our next president is; that state is Pennsylvania.

Salem staged virtual “Townhall Forums” earlier this month with Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Sebastian Gorka, and Charlie Kirk to talk about the election and other challenges facing our country.

Hugh Hewitt talks with North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis about the battle for control of the Senate and his Senate challenger, Democrat Cal Cunningham.

Charlie Kirk talks about damaging email evidence found in a laptop computer that allegedly belonged to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

Mike Gallagher talks about his concern about the reliability of mail-in ballots.

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