Tag: Donald Trump

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Handicapping the 2024 presidential race

July 27, 2022By and

Former speaker Newt Gingrich took a few minutes to share his outlook on the 2024 presidential election at the Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference.

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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich says he does not expect President Biden to run for re-election come 2024. Photo: adamkaz/E+/Getty Images

Gingrich projects 2022 midterms, 2024 presidential elections

July 5, 2022By

Newt Gingrich handicapped upcoming U.S. elections during a virtual visit to the Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference last month.

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What to watch in the weeks to come

January 20, 2021By

P&Q will be keeping an eye on a couple of key developments early in 2021, including the aggregate industry’s recovery and the prospects of an infrastructure bill.

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Alexander maintaining a positive outlook regardless of election outcome

October 27, 2020By

Arcosa’s Scott Alexander weighs in with a commentary on the upcoming election.

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Maio: Either presidential winner likely to encounter roadblocks

October 23, 2020By

Proudfoot’s Alan Maio explains why there may be obstacles ahead for the winner of the 2020 presidential election.

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Scepaniak: Looking for emphasis on roads, bridges in a candidate

October 15, 2020By

Congressional races are also key in this year’s election, writes Wm. D. Scepaniak’s John Scepaniak.

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Hubacz-Kiley weighs the pluses and minuses of Trump, Biden

October 13, 2020By

Bond Construction’s Karen Hubacz-Kiley offers some thoughts on the pros and cons of each presidential candidate as they pertain to the aggregate industry.

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Where the presidential candidates stand on infrastructure

October 2, 2020By

A look at where President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden stand on rebuilding the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

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Biden reveals his plans for U.S. infrastructure

July 15, 2020By

The Democratic presidential candidate unveiled a $2 trillion energy and infrastructure plan, offering details of it on the campaign trail.

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