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Tancredo to Run for Colorado Governor
A few weeks ago, Colorado Republicans were beside themselves about having no candidate to oppose Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in next year's election.
Gomez to Markey: You're 'Pond Scum'
Massachusetts GOP Senate nominee Gabriel Gomez called Democratic Rep. Ed Markey's campaign against him dirty and low Friday, saying the congressman was pond scum for thetactics he's using to sway voters ahead of the June 25 special election.
Scott Walker's Trip to Iowa Sparks Presidential Talk
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker travelled to Iowa Thursday and made a fiery speech roasting the ideology of the Democrats and pushing for government reform, fueling speculation he's gearing up for a 2016 presidential run.
Priebus: Immigration Reform 'Will Take a Lot of Work' Within GOP
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says there is "diverse opinion" within the party on immigration issues and it will take a "whole lot of work" to craft an immigration-reform bill.
Another Open House Seat And Special Election
In a surprise move Thursday, Republican Rep. Jo Bonner of Alabama announced he would resign from Congress after a decade to become Vice-chancellor for Government Relations of the University of Alabama.
Tom Steyer's Super PAC Targets GOP's Gomez in Mass. Senate Race
San Francisco Billionaire Tom Steyer's super PAC is planning to launch a new campaign against the Republican candidate in the Massachusetts Senate race.
Bloomberg Gun Group Delivers on Promise to Target Sen. Pryor
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's gun-control group is keeping its promise to run television ads against Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, who many Democrats believe is in a vulnerable position as he faces re-election in 2014.
Boehner: House Will Produce Its Own Immigration Bill
House Speaker John Boehner says the House will not automatically "take up and accept" the bipartisan immigration bill moving toward a vote on the Senate floor next month.
Garcetti's Win Helped by Ties to Obama Machine
City Councilman Eric Garcetti's victory in the run-off for mayor of Los Angeles Tuesday was driven in part by the victor's close ties to President Obama and his political organization.
Quinnipiac Poll: Hillary Leads Paul, Rubio in Iowa Survey
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida may want to put a trip to Iowa on his calendar if he s planning to run for president in 2016. He s already behind.While primary-season voting is more than two years away, pollsters are testing potential Republican and Democratic...
Ala. Rep. Jo Bonner Resigning to Take College Post
U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner announced Thursday that he is resigning from Congress effective in August to take a post with the University of Alabama system.In the letter to his congressional colleagues, the six-term Republican said he will resign to become vice chancellor of...
Chambliss: Obama Speech Gave Terrorists a 'Victory'
Moments after President Obama completed his speech Thursday at the National Defense University in which he laid out plans to close the Guantanamo Bay detainee camp, Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., said Obama s comments will be viewed by terrorists as a victory, reports the...
Obama in Heated Exchanges with Code Pink Anti-war Protester
The woman who interrupted President Barack Obama's speech on counterterrorism policy on Thursday is well-known around Washington as a perennial protester on national security issues.Medea Benjamin, a founder of anti-war women's group Code Pink, began demonstrating years ago...
Sen. Mike Lee: Washington Stinks
The battle between veteran Sen. John McCain and tea party backed younger members of the Upper House is intensifying.
Dems Eye Julian Castro for Texas Governor
Two weeks after he resoundingly won a third two-year term as mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro is already being talked about as a future Democratic candidate for governor of Texas.
Maine Governor Moves out of Office Over TV Dispute
Maine's governor has temporarily moved out of his office at the State House and is working from the governor's mansion because of a dispute over a television.Gov. Paul LePage is threatening to move for good by July 1.
Weiner Entry Likely Spells Runoff in New York Mayoral Race
With former Rep. Anthony Weiner's announcement that he would seek the office of New York mayor, the immediate reaction among city Democrats was we have a runoff on our hands.
GOP Candidate Gomez Earned $10 Million in Six Years
Gabriel Gomez, the Republican Senate nominee in Massachusetts, reported adjusted gross income of $10.1 million for the years in 2006-11 in tax returns he released Wednesday.
Republican Initiative Aims to Recruit More Women Candidates
The Republican State Leadership Committee is re-launching its Right Women, Right Now initiative aimed at recruiting new female candidates for state offices across the country.
Trump: Obama Scandals Can Help GOP in Upcoming Elections
Donald Trump told GOP activists in Michigan that political fallout from the Obama administration scandals could help Republicans in the next two election cycles.
Weiner Says More Emails and Photos From Twitter Scandal Could Emerge
New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner says there could be women coming forward with more emails and photos from the twitter episode that led to his resignation from Congress in 2011.
Poll: Foxx Holds Slim Lead in NC GOP Senate Primary
Rep. Virginia Foxx holds a slight lead over other Republicans in next year's North Carolina U.S. Senate primary, according to a survey from Public Policy Polling.
John Fund: Conservative Vote Suppressed by IRS Targeting
The IRS could be directly to blame for lower voter turnout during the 2012 election after conservative groups were left sidelined by the IRS' decision to target them, according to John Fund, national affairs columnist for National Review Online.
Huntsman Creates New PAC to Help GOP Candidates
Former 2012 presidential contender Jon Huntsman is forming a new Utah-based political action committee to support fellow Republican candidates across the country while he decides his own plans for the future.
Tea Party Pushes for Palin Senate Bid but GOP Less Eager
Tea party activists are pushing for Sarah Palin to run for the Senate, but Republican leaders remain lukewarm to the idea of encouraging a return by the former vice presidential nominee to the national stage.
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