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News Politics: In a recent election commercial titled “Blame Washington,” a Senate candidate accuses elected officials of “setting the regulations, weakening the supply chain, and increasing inflation” as the cause of the nation’s economic woes. The Senate candidate for the Democratic Party in the midterm elections, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, ran the advertisement rather than a Republican. His ad, which criticises politicians, Washington, and even the Democratic Party, which now holds power in both the House of Representatives and the White House, is by no means an anomaly in current political advertisements. With some even emphasising how they rejected President Biden’s vision, Democratic candidates for office can be seen campaigning as being independent of their own party leaders in more than a dozen election advertisements from throughout the nation that Fox News Digital has studied.

“I don’t know how to interpret that other than that’s how they’re hedging their bet that Biden’s numbers are not going to improve,” veteran GOP political advertiser John Brabender told Fox News Digital.

stood up to some in my own party and pushed to cut the gas tax, and to hire more police officers,” Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Mich., says in an ad that launched in July. Kildee, like others, votes with Biden 100%, but his ad and others indicate a trend many Democrats are taking headed into a midterm cycle which historically does not favor the party in power.

Biden’s approval ratings have been low since the start of the year, and though there are still months before election day Nov. 8 for recent legislative successes on the PACT Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the climate, Medicare and tax bill known as the Inflation Reduction Act to potentially win back his popularity.

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