Dems, Needing Win In Florida Special, Hope It Will Be Sign Of 2014 House Comeback

A special congressional election is on the horizon, in Florida’s 13th District, which has been vacant since the October death of Rep. C.W. Bill Young.  At the time Young was the longest serving Republican in the House, having first been elected in 1970. But there have been some major demographic shifts in the CD in …

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Who Dat? – B

In using illustrations of campaign buttons to accompany these political postings, we have often come across buttons whose origins have escaped us.  Thus, every now and then we’re going to post some of these unknown items, in the hope that you can identify some of them. Here’s another selection of campaign items of candidates whose …

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A Dem Sweep In The Old Dominion: Obenshain Concedes In Va. A.G. Race

The last hope for the Republicans in Virginia is now over.  Mark Obenshain, the GOP nominee for state attorney general, conceded defeat today to fellow state Sen. Mark Herring (D). On election night, Herring’s lead stood at 165 votes, making it the closest statewide election in Virginia history.  So close that Obenshain asked for a …

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Column: If GOP Goes For A Gov In 2016, It May Not Be Christie

The question has been asked and asked often:  Does the Republican nominee for president in 2016 need to be a governor? Not surprisingly, Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Nikki Haley, Rick Perry and Terry Branstad, governors all, say yes.  Washington is too tainted to be associated with, they argue, in effect eliminating Republican lawmakers such as …

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