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What to make of Wendy Davis and the miracle victory lab that's supposed to get her elected governor? This weekend, small groups of Davis volunteers will gather in scores of cities to knock on doors on behalf of the Democrat's underdog campaign...But
financial, economic, educational, spiritual, moral. The question facing voters is this: What are we going to do about it? Doubling down on the same failed leadership is not the answer. Career politicians have created the very mess that we are now in.
A deadline is looming for critics of Sen. Pat Roberts who want to challenge his right to run for re-election amid allegations that Roberts is not truly a Kansas resident. Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis haven't changed the targets of their campaigns after
With less than two months before Republican primary voters head to the ballot box, the Virginia Republican launched a television advertisement trying to position his Republican primary opponent as a liberal college professor. Continue Reading That
Democratic congressional candidate Elisabeth Jensen embraces the federal health care law pushed by President Barack Obama and Gov. Steve Beshear in her campaign's first radio ad. Jensen, who is the likely Democratic nominee to challenge Republican U.
After months on the defensive over his health law, a more combative President Barack Obama has emerged to fight about gender politics, leading to an election-year competition with Republicans for support from women...The president is trying to
Republicans need to prioritize privacy and the Fourth Amendment, he said, along with their emphasis on balancing the federal budget. Paul pointed out that President Barack Obama won overwhelmingly with young voters, who were more concerned with the
The Senate has approved President Barack Obama's nominee to serve as ambassador to Canada. The selection of Bruce Heyman was approved by voice vote on Wednesday night. Heyman is a Chicago investment banker and campaign fundraiser. He has served as
Congress quietly cut $18 million in public funds Tuesday for each party's presidential convention...Whatever city wins the 2016 conventions and Dallas is one of eight vying for the GOP extravaganza would likely have to raise that much more cash. On
President Barack Obama planned a trip to Boston on Wednesday to help raise money for the Democratic Party. Obama is set to attend a round-table discussion fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee with about 25 supporters in Cambridge. Obama