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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Newcomer McAllister (R) Wins Special House Race in Louisiana’s 5th CD

Back in August, when Rep. Rodney Alexander (R) announced his resignation to take a job in the administration of Gov. Bobby Jindal, the conventional wisdom was that the next congressman from Louisiana’s 5th District was going to be GOP state Sen. Neil Riser. It was a logical expectation.  Riser had the backing of nearly everyone …

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