Lindsey Graham, Jaime Harrison SC Senate Debate Canceled After Graham Refused To Be Tested For COVID-19
Harrison brought his own plexiglass shield to his last debate against Graham.
For the first time, a public poll is favoring Jaime Harrison in a heated U.S. Senate race.
This week Graham begged for money as polls show him neck and neck with opponent Jaime Harrison in the South Carolina U.S. Senate race.
Graham, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, has met widespread criticism for his flip-flopping on the upcoming SCOTUS nomination.
Graham has found himself at the center of a heated debate regarding the replacement of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The candidates for U.S. Senate are in a dead heat approaching the November election.
The comments came as the U.S. Senator proudly accepted an endorsement from the Fraternal Order of Police.
Lindsey Graham's Senate seat is no longer secure. Fundraising efforts, recent polling and a new rating change show increasing favor for Jaime Harrison.
Jaime Harrison Mocks Lindsey Graham On National Best Friends Day: ‘Your BFF Doesn’t Feel The Same Way’
Jaime Harrison, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, took to Twitter on Monday to mock Lindsey Graham's relationship with Donald Trump.
Richard Wilkerson donated thousands to Lindsey Graham's Senate campaign in the past. This year he is backing his opponent, Jaime Harrison.
Jaime Harrison brought in over a million dollars more than Republican opponent Sen. Lindsey Graham during the first quarter of 2020.
The senator's announcement on Twitter led to questions and concerns about access to testing for average American citizens.
Jaime Harrison's campaign claims that the fourth quarter fundraising is the most any Democratic challenger in the state has ever raised.
The former NFL quarterback criticized "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people,' following the killing of Iranian military leader Qassim Suleimani, leading to outrage from conservatives.
The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman is demanding that the House hold a vote in order to start a formal inquiry.
Jaime Harrison saw a boost in donations in the 24 hours since Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) agreed that the impeachment process was a "lynching."
In a Sunday interview, Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said it was "imperative that the whistleblower be interviewed in public, under oath and cross-examined."