Byrne said he funded a team of hackers and cybersleuths. However Byrne’s own claims in the past are not too assuring. Last month the millionaire entrepreneur claimed during an interview with far-right pro-Trump One America News that he has funded a team of hackers and cybersleuths in a bid to prove that Trump has won his re-election bid.
TRENTON May 16—Mayor Paul T. Jordan of Jersey City withdrew today as a candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination and announced he would support the re‐election of Governor Byrne.
We’re born he says with more neural connections than we end life with. Does that make us dumber as we age or better? “Utopia” dances to the answer by skipping through Byrne’s alog
Jones as of Sept. 30 has a $5 million nest egg to support his re-election efforts which is considerably more than any of the Republicans competing in the race. Byrne as of Sept. 30 was the
Hillyer said he doesn& 39;t believe Byrne& 39;s position will come with political costs in two years when he& 39;s up for re-election again. Byrne is running unopposed on Nov. 8 after defeating conservative
Bradley Byrne could have spent the remainder of his life soaking up a $174000 a year taxpayer-funded salary just a few miles from Alabama’s gorgeous beaches.. All he had to do was run for reelection in his highly Gerrymandered 1st Congressional District which includes the county he was raised in Baldwin County and the county he was born in Mobile County.
“We’re ready” said Byrne who has been weighing a run for Senate ever since the day after Jones won the Dec. 12 2017 special election and became the first Democrat to win a Senate race in
Byrne has easily won re-election ever since and was viewed as a sure bet to remain in Congress for however long he wanted to stay. Alabama’s 1st congressional district is a comfortable
State Assemblyman Kevin Byrne boasted this week of receiving more votes in the November election than any Assembly candidate in the history of the 94 th District.. Running on five party lines Byrne a registered Republican was reelected to a third two-year term with 41675 votes defeating Democrat Stephanie Keegan who received 30005 votes.
That was Mayor Jane M. Byrne& 39;s first and last reference to her that evening as she appealed for renomination in the Feb. 22 Democratic primary in which she is opposed by two men.