Today’s News Minute | November 7, 2022

Here are some of the headlines we are featuring today, November 7, 2022, from your favorite news outlets at OFFTHEPRESS.COM

Former President Trump decision to take a potshot at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by calling him “DeSanctimonious” didn’t sit well with conservatives, who fired back at Trump on social media, calling him “Lockdown Don.”

Despite claiming that they oppose so-called “dark money” in politics, Democrats hold a wide advantage over Republicans in contributions from corporations, law firms, doctors, unions and nonprofits.

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams told MSNBC that if she loses Tuesday, it will be because of voter suppression – this despite the fact that Georgia is experiencing a record turnout.

And a Houston entrepreneur and gambler who answers to the nickname “Mattress Mack” won $75 million betting on his hometown Astros to win the World Series. That’s the biggest haul in sports gambling history.

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‘Lockdown Don’

Corporate Donors Favor Dems Despite Party’s ‘Dark Money’ Stance

Abrams Claims If She Loses GA, It’s Because Of Voter Suppression

But Wait, Stacey: Georgia Is Experiencing Record Turnout

Astros 75-Year-Old Manger Baker Win First World Series As Skipper