By Elliot Smilowitz | 11/29/13 07:55 AM
Politicians like Steve Daines, Mike Rounds and Shelley Moore Capito aren't household names to most Republicans. But they could be the keys to the GOP reclaiming the Senate in 2014.
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 Susan Ferrechio | 11/26/13 03:45 PM
The disastrous rollout of President Obama's health care law rollout has damaged the 2014 re-election prospects of Democratic lawmakers, a series of polls shows. A survey released Tuesday by CNN/Opinion Research is the seventh poll in just over two weeks to show Democrats having lost the edge...
By Zack Colman | 11/26/13 12:09 PM
Outgoing New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he would do "anything I can" to help lawmakers committed to climate change-friendly policies get elected in 2014.
By Steve Doty | 11/26/13 11:41 AM
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's approval ratings have gone from bad to worse and are sinking even lower among members of his own party, a new Public Policy Polling poll shows. In the poll released Tuesday, the Republican governor clings to a 24 percent approval rating while 65 percent of the...
By Paul Bedard | 11/26/13 11:17 AM
A homegrown super PAC in Wyoming is getting behind embattled Sen. Mike Enzi in a new ad that subtly reminds voters that the Republican is “Wyoming's own,” while GOP primary challenger Liz Cheney is an outsider.
By David M. Drucker | 11/25/13 12:28 PM
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie eyes a 2016 presidential bid and sets out to define a new generation of Republican leaders, he has in his corner an influential, battle-tested party sage who could prove valuable: Haley Barbour.
By Michael E. Baroody | 11/22/13 06:13 PM
Health care may not end up being President Obama's biggest failure after all. And his oft-repeated "if you like it you can keep it" pledge about health care plans may not turn out to be his most consequential broken promise. Each may be far outdone by the fact that he is disillusioning a...
By Philip Klein | 11/22/13 12:02 PM
Obama administration officials have delayed the open enrollment period for purchasing coverage through health insurance exchanges for 2015, according to a Bloomberg report. The move, which would postpone the start of open enrollment to Nov. 15, 2014 from Oct. 15, has both political and...
By Mark Tapscott | 11/22/13 09:07 AM
Reason's Nick Gillespie has an important article on Daily Beast that highlights an under-reported fact about President Obama and young voters -- they are increasingly estranged.
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