ニュースの中での Republicans

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Washington Post
· AMERICA DISRUPTED: Troubles cleave a nation, and a city  
“It’s never been this divided,” says Tom Roy, vice chair of Saginaw’s Republicans.
Express.co.uk
· Trump SHOCK election poll: Black Lives Matter protests will get Trump re-elected  
The party identification turnout model is: Democrats = 38 percent; Republicans = 38 percent; and Independents = 24 percent.
Malay Mail
· US Supreme Court curbs 'faithless electors' in presidential voting  
They cast their ballots for moderate Republicans and not Clinton even though she won the popular vote in both states.
Washington Post
· GOP worries Trump’s divisive June imperils Senate control  
One said key Republicans were telling Trump they’re worried about his campaign and he should heed polls showing him in trouble.
The Japan Times
· North Korean defectors face wrath of both Seoul and Pyongyang  
U.S. politicians, especially conservative Republicans, have long championed the cause of North Korean defectors in their criticism of the Kim regime.
Washington Post
· Firm Linked to Pelosi’s Husband Got Virus Loan, Data Show  
Republicans Roger Williams of Texas and Vicky Hartzler of Missouri and Democrats Susie Lee of Nevada and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell of Florida have ties to companies that are either run by their families or employ their spouses as a senior executives.
Washington Post
· Governors’ companies among recipients of virus relief loans  
Both Republicans and Democrats, their associated companies’ loans ranged from $150,000 to more than $11 million.
Washington Post
· Spencer Cox wins Republican primary in Utah governor’s race  
The race saw an unusual number of liberal-leaning and independent voters crossing party lines and registering as Republicans to vote in the primary.
The New York Times
· Virginia Democratic Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District  
Four Democrats are vying for the nomination for this newly competitive House seat after local Republicans ousted the incumbent, Denver Riggleman, who had officiated a same-sex wedding.
The New York Times
· New York Primary Election Results: 11th Congressional District  
Staten Island is the only New York City borough that leans conservative, and Republicans are trying to win this seat back from Max Rose, a Democrat who upset an incumbent in 2018.