By Steve Doty | 02/21/14 08:13 AM
The Maryland Democratic primary for governor pits Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who has the support of the established Democratic base, versus two newcomers who are looking to shake up the party.
By Rebecca Berg | 02/20/14 07:37 PM
Midterm elections aren't "sexy," President Obama told a group of Democratic governors Thursday -- but they're to be ignored at the party's peril. At a fundraising event for Democratic governors at a hotel near the White House, Obama warned governors and donors against Democrats losing focus on...
By Paul Bedard | 02/20/14 11:10 AM
House Republicans, who manned the "Party of No" during the unsuccessful 2012 elections, are reinventing themselves into to the "Party of Yes" in time for the fall elections, banking that voters will reward them for offering workable policy alternatives to what President Obama wants.
By David Freddoso | 02/19/14 08:40 PM
It's 2014, and we're all anti-Obamacare now - at least a little. Even party-sanctioned Democratic Super PACs are now defending their members with ads that showcase the sincerity of their frustration with Obamacare's rollout. And late last week, incumbent Senate Democrats lined up around the...
By Steve Doty | 02/19/14 03:55 PM
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's campaign has released the first ad of the 2014 election cycle, highlighting the cuts he's made in the state during his first three years in office. "We reduced spending, lived within our budget and not raised taxes, just as I promised to do," the governor is...
By Joel Gehrke | 02/19/14 02:45 PM
Tea Party Senate candidate Bill Connor released the first ad attacking Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., of the Republican primary, highlighting the senator's praise for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a means of countering a Graham's effort to tout his investigation of the Benghazi...
By Charlie Spiering | 02/19/14 10:04 AM
"The old political ad with the scary black and white photo just doesn't cut it anymore," Executive Director Tim Miller told the Washington Examiner. "Voters want to see the evidence of a politician flip-flopping, being disingenuous or not sharing their values in order for the message to be...
By Joel Gehrke | 02/18/14 05:45 PM
Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., a 36-year Republican senator facing a primary challenge in 2014, denied that he is out of touch with voters but acknowledged that he "doesn't know a lot about" the Tea Party. "The Tea Party is something I don't really know a lot about," Cochran, who was elected...
By Brian Hughes | 02/18/14 02:16 PM
White House press secretary Jay Carney predicted on Tuesday that Democrats would not lose control of the Senate in 2014, even as some progressives express a growing concern that Republicans could win back the upper chamber in November. “The Democratic Party is not going to lose control of...
By Associated Press | 02/18/14 12:53 PM
The Democrat who represents central New Jersey's 12th District announced his decision with an email to constituents on Tuesday. His retirement ensures major changes in New Jersey's congressional delegation next year.
By Zack Colman | 02/18/14 12:35 PM
Billionaire former hedge fund manager and climate activist Tom Steyer is planning to drop as much as $100 million to promote environmental positions in the 2014 elections, according to The New York Times. Steyer, a Democrat, has increasingly flexed his political muscle in the past year through...
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