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Republican Congressman Cory Gardner is planning to drop his re-election bid and run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Mark Udall, a political bombshell that is expected to alter Colorado's political landscape. Gardner is expected to make an
Oklahoma politicos, campaign operatives and members of Randy Brogdon's own party remained stymied Thursday in their efforts to learn what the former Republican state lawmaker will do during the 2014 campaign: jump into a lively U.S...Since Christmas,
A special election will take place on Feb. 25 to fill the 10th State Senate District seat, which Harp occupied for 21 years before becoming mayor this month. Three candidates so far have declared their candidacies: state Reps. Gary Holder-Winfield
First, Adams hasn't sounded the alarm about government conspiracies and does not appear to believe that the Transportation Security Administration "mandates transexuals and homosexuals grabbing children in their stranger danger zones."...That
Not running against Barack Obama in 2004 U.S...AFP/Getty Images Mike Ditka (l.) and Barack Obama put their political differences aside to honor the 1985 Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears...Surprisingly, that is not the Hall of Famer's biggest regret.
Welcome to Constitution Day at UK 2013, where we will dish out apple pie, serve you lemonade and free Constitutions, and mostly help We the People set the agenda for the midterm elections. The University of Kentucky's 10th annual Constitution Day, "
The Record Cory Booker is maintaining a wide lead over Steve Lonegan in the U.S...Booker, the Democratic mayor of Newark, has the support of 64 percent of likely voters, the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll found, while 29 percent favor Lonegan, and 6 percent
Abortion could be a dividing issue among Republicans in the 2014 Georgia Senate race. The declared candidates all describe themselves as conservative abortion opponents. Two of them are congressmen who recently voted in favor of a bill to outlaw
On Tuesday, Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey face off in Springfield for a debate that is expected to include questions key to the western region of the state...The match-up will be the second for the two candidates, who are hoping
Democrats are pouring money into the Massachusetts Senate race to succeed John Kerry and dispatching President Barack Obama to the state to rally party loyalists two weeks before Election Day. Republicans are watching closely to see if the contest