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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.
Weiner: Response to Mayoral Run 'Remarkable'
On Wednesday, disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner said the reaction to his decision to run for mayor of New York City has been a fairly remarkable response, Politico reports. The Democratic candidate, who resigned from Congress two years ago in the midst of a sexting ...
Rove: Jeb Bush 'Smartest Guy, Biggest Thinker' in GOP
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is the smartest guy, the biggest thinker in the Republican Party as it looks toward winning the White House in 2016, GOP strategist Karl Rove tells Newsmax TV. Six months ago, I would have said, No, he's not going to run, Rove tells...
Paul Ryan Writing Book, Fuels 2016 Speculation
Paul Ryan is writing a book, and it has tongues wagging not for literary reasons, but for political ones.The Republican congressman from Wisconsin was propelled into the national spotlight in 2012 when GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney pegged him as his running...
Rove on Clinton: 'My Head Says She Runs; My Gut Says She Doesn't'
While Hillary Clinton could easily win the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, my head says she runs; my gut says she doesn t, Karl Rove, the Republican strategist, tells Newsmax TV. I'm not certain we know all of the facts about the health issues and there's...
Trump Says 'Highly Unlikely' He'll Run for President
Donald Trump says it is "highly unlikely" he'll run for president. He'd prefer Republicans offer a strong candidate to defeat Hillary Clinton.
Gov. Walker Courts Iowans, Stoking 2016 Talk
Another year, another campaign.Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is gearing up for re-election next year, his third race in four years.
David Koch Headlining Fundraiser for Cuccinelli
Billionaire and political activist David Koch is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli next Wednesday.
Ted Cruz: 'I Don't Trust the Republicans or Democrats'
In a statement likely to anger leaders in his own party, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Wednesday he doesn't trust Republicans any more than Democrats to do the right thing in budget negotiations.
Donald Trump Draws Record-Breaking Crowd for Michigan Speech
At a Novi, Mich., dinner, featured speaker Donald Trump brought out the largest crowd the event has seen: 2,300 people.
Bill Kristol: Rubio 'Should Walk Away' From Immigration Bill
Conservative journalist Bill Kristol is advising Sen. Marco Rubio to abandon the bipartisan immigration bill he helped write and push through the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday against heavy odds.
Freshman Bentivolio Likely to Face Primary Challenge
Michigan freshman GOP Rep. Kerry Bentivolio could be facing a primary challenge, according to chatter at Tuesday's Lincoln Day Dinner in Oakland County.
IRS Investigations Have Proved Toothless Tigers
Congressional hearings last week into alleged abuses by the IRS sounded familiar, and that's because similar hearings have been held for at least the last 60 years.
Rasmussen: GOP Considered More Trustworthy Than Dems
Voters give Republicans a slight edge over Democrats on ethics and trust when it comes to handling the latest round of controversies on the IRS, the Benghazi attacks, and the Justice Department seizure of Associated Press phone
Former Miss America Considers Running Against McConnell
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell could find himself facing off against a former Miss America in his bid for re-election next year.
McCain: Tea Party Senators' Stand on Budget 'Bizarre'
Republican Sens. John McCain and Susan Collins are criticizing three of their more conservative GOP colleagues for taking what McCain called a bizarre stand in trying to block a conference with the House on a Senate-passed budget bill. Their anger is directed at tea party...
Voters Oust Mayor of Harrisburg, Pa in Democratic Primary
The embattled mayor of Pennsylvania's financially crippled capital of Harrisburg was ousted on Tuesday when she lost the Democratic primary to the owner of an independent bookstore. Mayor Linda Thompson's loss to Eric Papenfuse comes after a tumultuous term in which her...
Weiner Launches New York Mayoral Bid on YouTube Video
Anthony Weiner's run for a renaissance is officially on. The ex-congressman whose career imploded in a rash of raunchy tweets two years ago said in a YouTube video announcement late Tuesday that he's in the New York City mayoral race. He'd said last month he was considering...
Speculation Grows that Mike Rogers Will Seek Michigan Senate Seat
Republican Rep. Mike Rogers has pulled off a rare feat in a bitterly divided Congress a working, productive relationship with Democrats in overseeing the nation's 16 spy agencies.The question now is whether the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee sticks around...
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