By Rebecca Berg | 11/05/13 12:41 PM
A year out from Election Day 2014, national Republicans say they are prepared to take any steps necessary to retake a majority in the Senate -- whether that's fighting back conservative outside groups, spending money in Republican primary races or committing resources to more orthodox campaign...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/04/13 02:19 PM
WARRENTON, Va. — On the eve of Virginia's gubernatorial election, Republicans are insisting the race's outcome will be a "referendum" on Obamacare — even though the Republican candidate and Obamacare foe, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, trails Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the polls.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/03/13 05:00 PM
When President Obama hit the campaign trail Sunday for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, he was buoyant, grinning, and grateful to be back in friendly territory on the stump. "Over the last few weeks, I've heard about all of these people coming out and campaigning for Terry,...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/03/13 04:54 PM
When Sen. Chuck Schumer headlined an Iowa Democratic dinner Saturday, he did not travel to the key early-primary state to promote his own presidential ambitions. Instead, Schumer, D-N.Y., had another person in mind: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who served with Schumer in the...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/01/13 04:55 PM
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is punishing a Republican advertising firm for its work with the Senate Conservatives Fund, a conservative group that has fostered controversy within the Republican Party by challenging some GOP incumbents.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/01/13 12:43 PM
If Hillary Clinton and her closest associates weren't at first ready for the Ready for Hillary super PAC, they are now.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/01/13 05:19 AM
Hillary Clinton is back on the campaign trail and racking up endorsements even though, officially, she's not running for anything.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/31/13 02:30 PM
When Hillary Clinton left her post as secretary of state earlier this year, she basked in high approval ratings and positive marks from a broad segment of the public. But as Clinton transitions back from diplomat to Democrat, she has lost some of her statesman sheen.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/31/13 11:26 AM
Democratic Senate campaigns in North Carolina and Louisiana are hoping to attract campaign contributions after the conservative group Americans for Prosperity this week launched a $2 million-plus attack ad blitz against them.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/31/13 06:22 AM
More people now want to replace their member of Congress than at any point during at least the past two decades, according to a poll released Wednesday by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal. When asked whether their representative deserved to be re-elected, only 29 percent of respondents...
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