In This Episode
Donald Trump has an absolutely brutal day of legal news, Republicans pivot to attacking Democrats on crime, and Carlos Odio from Equis Research joins to talk about some new research on the Latino vote in the midterms.
- CNN: New York attorney general files civil fraud lawsuit against Trump, some of his children and his business
- ABC: New York AG Letitia James files $250M lawsuit against Trump for defrauding lenders, others
- Bloomberg: Trump and His Spurious Business Face a Reckoning
- NYT: Special Master Expresses Skepticism of Declassification Claims by Trump’s Lawyers
- WaPo: Trump’s lawyers just gave away the game, exposing his Achilles’ heel
- WaPo: GOP attorneys general back Trump in court fight over Mar-a-Lago documents
- CNN: House Democrats shift tactics to rebut GOP’s crime attacks but struggle to overcome party divisions over police
- CNN: In Wisconsin, Republicans attack Mandela Barnes on crime, offering glimpse at shifting midterm message
- Politico: How Democrats are trying to counter a wave of GOP attacks on crime
- NYT: Law Enforcement Funding Package Splits Democrats Ahead of Midterm Elections
- NBC: The six types of races that will decide control of the House in 2022
- FiveThirtyEight: Latino Voters Shifted Right in 2020. What Does That Mean for Arizona and Nevada This Year?
- Equis Voter Memo: Latino Voters in Limbo – A Midterm UpdateNYT: Majority of Latino Voters Out of G.O.P.’s Reach, New Poll Shows
- WaPo: Democrats ramp up efforts to win over Hispanic voters
- WSJ: Latino Voters, Once Solidly Democratic, Split Along Economic Lines
- Unidos: UnidosUS, Mi Familia Vota Release National Poll On Hispanic Voters
- Equis Research: 2020 Post-Mortem (Part Two): The American Dream Voter
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