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Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Former state Sen. Barry Loudermilk convincingly defeated former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr Tuesday in their bruising Republican primary runoff for the Atlanta area's 11th Congressional District seat.
The winners in some cases will be unopposed in November, meaning it's all or nothing now. For others, a victory marks the midway point in their campaigns for Election Day in November...Senate contest between Republicans Jack Kingston and David Perdue
Front-runner congressional candidate Mia Love has gained even more fundraising ground on her Democratic challenger over the past three months, raising, on average, almost five times as much as Doug Owens every day. Love, the former mayor of Saratoga
Republican leaders of Florida's Legislature say they will not appeal a ruling that found the state's map for congressional districts unconstitutional. But Senate President Don Gaetz and House Speaker Will Weatherford said in a statement Tuesday that
Another institution with challenges is the Camera 12 Theaters, which are facing a potentially huge rent increase in March. The question is whether a nascent revival downtown will be enough to carry them. As background: Despite a couple of very
Voters can forget the traditional Republican-Democratic matchups in at least seven California congressional districts come November. Contenders for those seats will have to do battle against challengers from their own parties. Democratic Rep. Mike
On a sweltering summer evening, Paul DeMarco and Gary Palmer took to the stage in a half-filled high school auditorium to make their best pitches to Republican voters. Photo Galleries The themes were familiar ones in GOP campaigns. Palmer talked
I n a primary election that political pundits have been watching to see what augurs for November in Colorado's gubernatorial race, the biggest surprises may have been more local, with two upsets in Montezuma County. Sitting Sheriff Dennis Spruell
In the weeks leading up to the April 22 primary, political advertisements filled the airwaves...But after months of ramping up for the Republican primary, the intensity of the congressional District 19 special election appears to have fizzled out.
EDT, Fri June 20, 2014 Workers demonstrate for a higher minimum wage on April 29 in Washington. Editor's note: Raymond Offenheiser is president of Oxfam America , an anti-poverty organization. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely