By Rebecca Berg | 12/06/13 05:36 PM
One congressman's beef with the National Republican Congressional Committee over its support for gay candidates will likely have little effect on the committee's operations or fundraising. Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va., has tried to persuade other lawmakers and the committee not to support the...
By Rebecca Berg | 12/06/13 11:49 AM
Gov. Susana Martinez is acutely aware of her place in history. She was elected in 2010 as New Mexico’s first female governor and the nation’s first Hispanic female governor. At events, she’s often introduced as such, in no small part because she’s a Republican, and the party has...
By Rebecca Berg | 12/04/13 09:54 AM
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is making all the right moves for someone looking to make another Senate run. This time, however, the seat Brown might seek is in neighboring New Hampshire. Brown, who lost a re-election bid in Massachusetts in 2012, has over the past few weeks become...
By Rebecca Berg | 12/02/13 02:17 PM
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a pro-business group, is coming to the aid of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell with an ad released Monday that calls the embattled Republican a protector of the coal industry and "a fighter who never lets Kentucky down."
By Rebecca Berg | 12/02/13 12:02 PM
The poll showed Chris Christie winning 43 percent of the vote in a general election match-up with Hillary Clinton. The former secretary of state would garner 38 percent support. Another 19 percent of those surveyed were undecided.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/29/13 08:37 AM
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Three years from the next presidential election and long before the Republican primary field can take shape, the race for the GOP nomination already feels crowded.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/27/13 04:59 PM
It will be a month until former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer makes his first foray of the year into Iowa, where the first votes in the 2016 presidential election will be cast, but he's hinting that he's already planning his return trip. "I would just say, there are around 100 counties in...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/27/13 04:35 PM
The National Republican Senatorial Committee on Wednesday latched on to a recent decision by the State Department to shutter the U.S. embassy at the Vatican, calling the move "anti-religion" in a bid to raise money for Republican candidates. "This is just the latest anti-religion pursuit of...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/26/13 04:51 PM
North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis will look to pad his fiscal advantage over his Republican primary opponents in the race against Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., at a Washington fundraiser next month. Tillis, the candidate favored by the National Republican Senatorial Committee to take on...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/25/13 01:42 PM
Sen. Jerry Moran, executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, warned roughly 500 of the committee's top donors Monday that recent changes to the Senate's filibuster rules could hurt the economy and threaten energy and financial services sectors in particular.
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