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A former Sarasota County Republican Party chairman is expected to accept a plea deal on Thursday for allegedly stealing a political rival's identity to make illegal campaign contributions in 2012, say three sources close to the case. Terms of the
In 2011, in the wake of the 2010 election where the Republicans seized control of both Ohio legislative houses, the governor's office and other statewide positions, the GOP sought to take advantage of a budget deficit they themselves had generated.
Americans are deeply unhappy with Congress and President Barack Obama , and there's no quick fix in sight. The cause: political mistakes on both sides of the bitter partisan divide. The effect: an uncertain outcome in next year's congressional
I focus on tax policy, court decisions and planning opportunities...Heck, as an avid sports fan with no natural geographic allegiance, the overwhelming majority of joy I feel in my daily life can be directly traced to the misery of others...And it's
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has cut ties with a Republican advertising firm employed by tea-party challengers. "We're not going to do business," says a spokesman, "with people who profit off of attacking Republicans. Purity for
Parties trade jibes after parliamentarian alleges head of state has a gambling problem. Nov 13 An opposition politician in Armenia has been assigned police guards after facing ferocious criticism from ruling party members because she asked the
At a news conference held on the steps of the state Capitol by Protect Our Neighborhood Elections , Bountiful resident Kris Kimball said under an open primary system, she would be unable to afford the thousands of dollars needed to get on the general-
Al Sharpton responded to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus alluding to the GOP's history of supporting the Civil Rights Movement. After a clip of Priebus, Sharpton posed: The Republican Party was the party of equality...After taking a jab at Republicans
The international community won't be voting in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but on Tuesday's AC360 Later CNN's Christiane Amanpour let viewers know that they disapprove of the "extreme wing of the Republican Party." "Well, from an
Ken Cuccinelli continues to alienate women voters...Over the past few decades, Republican members of Congress have become more reliably conservative (as their Democratic colleagues, to a lesser extent, have become more liberal).