Graham, who took a very vocal approach in protesting Senate Democrats' tactics in opposing Kavanaugh's confirmation earlier in the day during the hearing, suggested the evidence was on Kavanaugh's side.
Melissa Joskow / Media Matters
On the day of Christine Blasey Ford’s Senate testimony, and about 24 hours before a possible committee vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, it’s clear this moment has never been “he said, she said,” as some in media have suggested -- because for those in power, it has never mattered what Ford said, or who else said they believed her.
What Ford said was that in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh held her down on a bed at a house party and covered her mouth...
With primaries completed and few races left to call, an historic number of women will appear on general election ballots in congressional and Senate races. Their chances vary, with many women running in toss-up races and a large number running in districts where they aren't likely to win.
With the final primary in New York this week settled after Cynthia Nixon's loss in the New York governor's race primary, the November ballots are just about set. A few races haven't been officially called, but...