By Associated Press | 11/23/13 11:15 AM
Many Republican activists, citing Congress' deep unpopularity, say they want a governor to be their next presidential nominee. The buzz centers on New Jersey's Chris Christie for now, but Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is using a national book tour to try to climb into the 2016 conversation. A...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/21/13 03:17 PM
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took over as chairman of the Republican Governors Association on Thursday and insisted the election on which he is most focused is 2014, not the 2016 presidential race.
By Lisa Ruhl | 11/21/13 02:28 PM
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is more than happy to make the 2014 midterm elections all about the Affordable Care Act.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/21/13 11:34 AM
When Republican Gov. Chris Christie was re-elected in New Jersey earlier this month by a historic margin, the buzz that he would seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 amplified in earnest. Amid the din, CNN's Jake Tapper suggested that his 300,000 Twitter followers subscribe to...
By Michael Barone | 11/21/13 09:28 AM
Is the Republican Party dead, as some Democratic pundits were chortling in the last days of the government shutdown just a little more than a month ago? The obituary seem premature, at least judging from four state special legislative elections this week.
By David M. Drucker | 11/21/13 06:20 AM
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was set Thursday to take over as chairman of the Republican Governors Association, marking the charismatic chief executive's first foray into national politics on a platform he controls.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/20/13 09:47 PM
With the government shutdown one month behind them and Democrats suffering from the clunky rollout of President Obama's signature health care law, congressional Republicans are cautiously optimistic that their public Image is on the rebound.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/20/13 10:46 PM
Many Republicans, with eyes trained on the presidential election in 2016, have sorted through the wreckage of the 2012 elections to figure out how and why the GOP suffered such heavy losses, including the White House.
By Paul Bedard | 11/20/13 05:14 PM
It's a lot, to be sure, but just 132,381 signed the Democratic Party's birthday card for Joe Biden, or one in 317 registered Democrats in the country, of which there are 42 million. That’s about a quarter of his campaign Twitter followers, but more than half of those following his official...
By Charles Hoskinson | 11/20/13 02:04 PM
Memo to GOP leaders: Virginia's over you and it's time to find a new relationship with Pennsylvania. That's what The Federalist blog is saying in an analysis calling for a complete overhaul of the party's electoral strategy.
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