South Africa beat Japan soundly, 41-7, in the two teams’ last warm-up test before the World Cup a month ago, but it is a team Japan knows well and still believes it can beat, thanks in part to the 2015 upset. She was, however, concerned about possible Republican challengers. She knew she did not have to make any major missteps to lose her next election, one of many the Democrats would need to win to maintain their majority; her opponents just had to use someone else’s against her, and that could be enough. By April, ads started running in Spanberger’s district, paid for by the American Action Network, a conservative nonprofit. It urged viewers to call Spanberger to demand that Omar be removed from the Foreign Affairs Committee, but its main goal seemed to be to run as many shots as possible of Spanberger’s face juxtaposed closely with Omar’s, as if to suggest they were inseparable allies.
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Log InThe analysis examined five Democratic plans that focus on tax cuts for the middle class. It does not include some candidate plans designed to raise revenue through taxes on the wealthy, such as Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax, though the institute plans more analyses as the presidential race progresses. Senator Klobuchar stands with the 77 percent of Americans who say they don’t want to see Roe v. Wade overturned, as well as the 96 percent of Americans who support women’s access to contraception. She believes that one way to reduce abortions is making contraception available and ensuring funding for Planned Parenthood.