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Specter's final pitch to Pa. voters: 'Experience and seniority'

It was the dog days of August when Rep. Joe Sestak announced his bid against incumbent Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter, who had the backing of President Obama, Vice President Biden, Gov. Ed Rendell (D-Pa.), the state party organization and almost every key labor union. Many national party leaders believed the backing of such prominent figures would overcome doubts about the more than 28 years Specter spent as a Republican representing Pennsylvania in the Senate. But those party leaders at the so-called "grass tops" have not exactly nailed down support for Specter at the true grass-roots level.

By Paul Kane  |  May 17, 2010; 7:20 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (69)
Categories:  2010 Election , 44 The Obama Presidency , 50 States , About The Trail , Battlegrounds , Candidates , Capitol Briefing , Cast of Characters , Democratic Party , Economy , Election Day , Health Care , Health Care , Hill Transition , Joe Biden , Northeast / Mid-Atlantic , Primaries , The Democrats  
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In Ky., confident Paul foresees 'a tea party tidal wave coming'

The establishment candidates for the U.S. Senate could lose on both the Democratic and Republican side Tuesday in primaries to replace retiring Kentucky Sen. Jim Bunning (R), an outcome that would further illustrate the appeal of running as an outsider in the 2010 election cycle.

By Perry Bacon Jr.  |  May 17, 2010; 6:51 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (82)
Categories:  2010 Election , 44 The Obama Presidency , 50 States , Battlegrounds , Candidates , Democratic Party , Election Day , Health Care , Health Care , On the Issues , On the Road , Political Geography 101 , Primaries , Republican Party , Ron Paul , Tea Party , The Democrats , The GOP  | Tags: Barack Obama, Democratic, Jack Conway, Kentucky, Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul, Republican, Trey Grayson, United States  
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In Ark., Halter says a runoff against Lincoln would still be a 'victory'

Arkansas Lt. Gov. Bill Halter, aiming to upend Sen. Blanche Lincoln in Tuesday's Democratic primary, said he is aiming for a "clean victory" but would be happy to make it into a runoff.

By Peter Slevin  |  May 17, 2010; 6:36 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (13)
Categories:  2010 Election , 44 The Obama Presidency , 50 States , Battlegrounds , Democratic Party , Election Day , Primaries , South , The Democrats  | Tags: Blanche Lincoln, Democratic, John Boozman, Missouri, Ouachita Baptist University, Republican Party, Trade union, Washington  
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Democrats in Delicate Dance

A pair of carefully worded early-morning statements released by the national Democratic political leadership demonstrates the delicate dance underway as the protracted battle for the Democratic nomination draws to a close. --Paul Kane

By Washington Post Editor  |  June 4, 2008; 8:27 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (24)
Categories:  Barack Obama , Hillary Rodham Clinton , The Democrats  
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Bayh: Wright Controversy Is Ammo for GOP

Dan Balz sat down with Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Indiana) yesterday to talk about the Democratic...

By washingtonpost.com Editors  |  May 1, 2008; 9:21 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Hillary Rodham Clinton , The Democrats  
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An Eco-friendly Convention Contest

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Democratic National Convention organizers have launched the "Green Delegate Challenge," which offers incentives to the delegation that does the most to offset its carbon footprint. --Juliet Eilperin

By Web Politics Editor  |  April 8, 2008; 11:26 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Obama Pivots Back to the Pocketbook, Web Politics Editor , March 20, 2008
Florida Revote Plan Scuttled, Michigan Plan Stalls, Web Politics Editor , March 17, 2008
Obama Wins More Delegates in Iowa, Calif., Post Editor , March 15, 2008
Primary Positioning, Web Politics Editor , March 12, 2008
Fla. House Members Oppose Mail-In Vote, Post Editor , March 11, 2008
Clinton Woos Voters in Obama Territory, Washington Post Editor , March 7, 2008
Pennsylvanians Get Set for 'Iowa on Steroids', Web Politics Editor , March 5, 2008
Beyond Math to a Tougher Message for Obama, Washington Post editors , March 5, 2008
Onward to Guam!, Web Politics Editor , March 5, 2008
Obama Still Firmly in the Lead, Strategist Says, Web Politics Editor , March 5, 2008
Clinton: Millions More Want Their Turn, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Networks Call Ohio for Clinton, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Chaos Rules at Laredo Caucus, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Obama Calls McCain With Congratulations, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Counting Delegates and Hoping for a Win, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Obama Lawyer Crashes Clinton Call, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Notes From the Mahoning Valley, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Obama Campaign Requests Poll Hour Extension, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Obama Wins the Green Mountains, Washington Post editors , March 4, 2008
Texas Dems to Campaigns: Play Fair, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Economy Tops Again in Early Exit Polls, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Ohio Elections Official Questions Obama Tactics, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
No Regrets From Obama, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
A Campaign for the Ages, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
In Hillaryland, Few Clues to the Candidate's Plans, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Clinton Down, but Not Out, for the Count, Washington Post editors , March 4, 2008
Dean Warns Against Prolonged Primary, Post Editor , March 3, 2008
Obama's Ohio Grilling, Washington Post editors , February 26, 2008
Officer Killed Guarding Clinton Motorcade, Washington Post editors , February 22, 2008
McCain Calls Obama 'Naive', Web Politics Editor , February 20, 2008
Obama's Strategy to Avoid a Convention Fight, Web Politics Editor , February 20, 2008
Another Bleak Wednesday for Clinton, Washington Post editors , February 20, 2008
Obama Team Sees 'Wide Lead' Over Clinton, Washington Post editors , February 20, 2008
Obama Opens Two-Front Fight, Web Politics Editor , February 19, 2008
Victorious Obama : 'We Have Liftoff', Web Politics Editor , February 19, 2008
Clinton Defiant After Wisconsin Loss, Web Politics Editor , February 19, 2008
Ben & Jerry & Obama, Washington Post editors , February 19, 2008
Any Given Tuesday, Web Politics Editor , February 19, 2008
Obama Fires Back at Clinton Debate Ad, Washington Post editors , February 14, 2008
Silver Lining for Clinton: Evangelical Support, Washington Post editors , February 13, 2008
GOP House Leaders Flock to McCain, Web Politics Editor , February 13, 2008
Clinton Sees No Cause for Alarm, Web Politics Editor , February 13, 2008
Clinton Frames Race as Solutions vs. Promises, Washington Post editors , February 13, 2008
Obama Team Touts Delegate Lead, Washington Post editors , February 13, 2008
Clinton Makes a Play for Wisconsin, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Clinton Reshuffles Online Team, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Ebullient Obama Rallies in Madison, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Dems Swamp GOP in Va. Turnout, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Clinton Looks Past Losses, to Texas, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Obama Sweeps Potomac Primary, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
More Shakeups in Hillaryland, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Obama Defeats Clinton in Virginia Primary, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Clintons Boast $12 Million Online Haul, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Economy Tops in Exit Polls, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
MoveOn's Regional Move, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Obama TXTing His Way Forward, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
McCain, Obama Hug it Out, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Labor Money Swings Clinton's Way, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Why a Clinton Losing Streak
Won't Mean it's Over
, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Voting Pace Brisk in Maryland Suburbs, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Dem Voters Speak Out in NoVa, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Who's the Underdog?, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
At Seattle Caucus, Strong Obama Support, Washington Post editors , February 9, 2008
Low Turnout in Louisiana Worries Obama Camp, Washington Post editors , February 9, 2008
Internet Donors Fuel Obama, Washington Post Editor , February 7, 2008
Obama Gears Up for Next Round, Washington Post editors , February 6, 2008
Missouri Lead Flips After Clinton Claimed It, Web Politics Editor , February 6, 2008
AK: Obama Freezes Out Clinton, washingtonpost.com editors , February 6, 2008
ID: Obama Sweeps With 80 Percent, washingtonpost.com editors , February 6, 2008
MA: How Clinton Won It, Web Politics Editor , February 6, 2008
AK: Obama Claims Early Lead, Washington Post editors , February 6, 2008
NY: Clinton Wins 46 Delegate Advantage, Web Politics Editor , February 6, 2008
Clinton Praises Supporters; Ca. Still Undecided, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
With No Clear Winner, Spin Wars Fierce, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MO: AP Calls for Clinton, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
AZ: NBC Projects Clinton as Winner, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
ND: Obama Wins Handily; Romney Ahead, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
TN: Clinton Staffers Celebrate Win, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
KS: Obama Wins Caucuses With 3-1 Margin, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
NY: Historic Turnout, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MN: Obama Takes State, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
AL: AP Gives Win to Huckabee, Obama, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
MO: Clinton Takes Lead, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
Obama an 'Underdog' Again, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MN: Obama Sprints to Early Lead, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
Primary Season: When Will It End?, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
DE: McCain, Obama Win, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
NJ: Clinton Wins in Garden State, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
KS: Obama Ahead, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
MN: Historic Turnout, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
TN: Tornadoes Hurt Obama's Chances, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: Clinton's Homework Pays Off, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
AR: Former Gov., First Lady Projected Winners, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
IL: Obama's Home Run, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
OK: Networks Call for Clinton, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
CA: Some Ballot Trouble for Independents, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
TN: Fox News Gives It to Clinton, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MO: Heavy Turnout Despite Wintry Mix, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
T.V. Talk Turns to Exit Polls, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
Talking Points From Clinton for Everyone, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
IL: Does Mother Know Best?, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
Obama Camp Needles Clinton, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
GA: Obama Sweeps the State, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
DE: Turnout No Longer 'Abysmal', Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
Delegates in Limbo Await Their Fates, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
IL: The Obama Clock, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
MA: University Polls Give Edge to Clinton, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
NY to Bloomberg: No Vote for You, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
CA: Democrats, Get Your Calculators Ready, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
Upbeat Obama Casts His Vote, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: Heavy Turnout, Few Problems, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
TN: Keep an Eye on Shelby County, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
Clinton Challenges Obama to a Debate a Week, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
Obama's Message Evolving, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MO: Weather May Affect Voting, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
AL: Late Rain Could Affect Voting, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
GA: 200 Complaints Before Noon, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
CT: Steady Turnout, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
AK: Worth Staying Up To See, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
CA: SF Mayor for Clinton Because of Obama Snub?, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
TN: Heavy Rain, Heavy Turnout, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
NJ: Gov. Corzine Waits to Vote, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: Clinton, McCain Start Early, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: Lowey Recovering from 'Coronary Incident', Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
On the Road with the Obama 'Road Show', Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
Clinton On Message, and On Television, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
KS: Excitement Over Caucuses High, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
NM: Scrapping for Delegates, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
AR: Clinton and Huckabee Ties Go Deep, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
UT: Mitt Romney's Sure Thing, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
AL: Tight Races on Both Sides of the Aisle, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
MA: Obama on the Move in Bay State, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
Clinton Makes January Haul Public, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
AZ: McCain Ahead at Home; Dem. Race Tight, Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
IL: Obama, McCain Out Front in Land of Lincoln, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
GA: A GOP Tie; Obama Leads with Dems, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
MO: Bellwether State Hopes for High Turnout, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
ID: Democrats Caucus Tomorrow, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
In Patriot Country, Clinton Hopes For a Win, Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
Empty Seats Greet Obama at the Meadowlands, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
On Super Bowl Sunday, a Rally By and For Women, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Maria Shriver Comes Out for Obama, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Obama Ups Contrast at Wilmington Rally of 20,000, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Clinton Pressed on Electability, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Super Bowl Super Tuesday Spots, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
At Missouri Church, Clinton Talks of History, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Biden to Stay Neutral, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
A Competitive Primary, a Family Divided, Web Politics Editor , February 2, 2008
Obama's Private Idaho, Web Politics Editor , February 2, 2008
Obama's Grassroots New York Campaign, Web Politics Editor , February 2, 2008
California Democratic Race Tightens, Web Politics Editor , February 1, 2008
Obama Talks Economy in the Southwest, Web Politics Editor , February 1, 2008
A More Subdued Bill?, Web Politics Editor , January 30, 2008
John Edwards to Leave the Race, Web Politics Editor , January 30, 2008
Clinton Thanks Florida Voters, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Obama Plays Up Midwestern Roots in Kansas, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Obama's Ground Game Advantage, Washington Post editors , January 29, 2008
Richardson's Choice, Washington Post Editor , January 29, 2008
AG Edwards?, Washington Post Editor , January 28, 2008
Defeated, and Getting Their Dance On, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
For Bill Clinton, Echoes of Jackson in Obama Win, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
A Quick Fundraising Spike Online, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Clinton Looks Toward Florida, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Caroline Kennedy Endorses Obama, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Jackson a Strategic Absence, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Cheering a Win, Booing President Clinton, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Obama Landslide Despite Racial Split in S.C., Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
White Voters, Last-Minute Choices, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Clinton Flies as Race Goes to Obama, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Obama Wins South Carolina Primary, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
County-by-County Results, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Group Looks to Boost Black Turnout, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
High Turnout, but Fewer Registered Voters, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
The Word at Ward 9 in Columbia, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Clinton Party to Shut Down Early, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Edwards Camp Responds to Clinton Calls, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
Early Turnout Well Above Average, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
New Racial Dynamic in S.C., Web Politics Editor , January 25, 2008
Clinton Pulls Negative S.C. Ad, Web Politics Editor , January 24, 2008
Pa. Gov. Rendell Endorses Clinton, Web Politics Editor , January 23, 2008
Democratic Candidates, Congressional Leaders Differ on Economy, Washington Post Editor , January 22, 2008
Clash of the Democratic Titans, Web Politics Editor , January 21, 2008
In S.C., a Chilly Rally With Warm Sentiments, Post Editor , January 21, 2008
New Clarity, for Both Parties, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Using Delegate Math, Obama Pushes Back Against Clinton Win, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Obama, Edwards React to Nevada Outcome, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Casino Executives Split Support, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Overall Turnout High for Nev. Caucuses, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Bill Clinton a Boon, After All, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Gender Gap Benefits Clinton, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Clinton Wins Nevada Caucuses, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Low Turnout on the Strip, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Clinton Wins the Wynn Caucus, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Inside the Bellagio Caucus, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Obama Rallies Casino Workers, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Huckabee Voters: Will They Show?, Web Politics Editor , January 16, 2008
Distinctions With a Difference in Nevada, Web Politics Editor , January 16, 2008
John Edwards: Spoiler, Surrogate or Surprise?, Washington Post editors , January 11, 2008
Clinton, Obama Fight for Vegas Votes, Washington Post editors , January 11, 2008
Napolitano Cites Need For 'Fresh Voices' in Obama Pick, Washington Post editors , January 11, 2008
Richardson to Leave, But Not Yet Endorse, Washington Post editors , January 10, 2008
Voters Face Confusion in Michigan Dem Race, Web Politics Editor , January 9, 2008
No Cash Flow Woes for Clinton, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
Nevada Unions Endorse Obama, Web Politics Editor , January 9, 2008
On N.H. Jaunt, Fenty Stumped for Obama, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
Clinton Teaches Politics 101, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
Reports of Clinton's Death, Greatly Exaggerated, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
About Those Democratic Polls, Web Politics Editor , January 9, 2008
New Hampshire Voters Take Independent Tack, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Win Shows 'Never Count Hillary Clinton Out', Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Close Race Fuels HRC Glee, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Among the Clinton Backers, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
On Tenterhooks at Obama Rally, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Clinton Camp's Expectation Setting, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
At the Radisson Lobby, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
A Clinton Campaign Shakeup?, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Watching History at Age 19, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Extra Democratic Ballots Needed, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
The Late Deciders Decide, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Honesty Trumps Policy, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
The Canvassers Get Ready, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Arkansas Travelers Flock to N.H., Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Door-to-Door for Obama, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Dartmouth Students Walk Out on Bill, Web Politics Editor , January 7, 2008
From the Throng, Chris Matthews Tries to Book Clinton, Web Politics Editor , January 6, 2008
Listening to the Next President?, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
Obama Draws a Crowd, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
Clinton's Two Questions, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
Waiting For Clinton in Nashua, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
Clinton Team Retools For N.H., Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
An Earthquake in the Midwest, Web Politics Editor , January 4, 2008
Obama Cites Turnout in His 'Good Night', Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
In N.H., Edwards Supporters' Spirits Flag, Web Politics Editor , January 4, 2008
A Prognosticator Who Got it Right, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
County By County Caucus Results, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Edwards Team Sees Three-Way Race, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Clinton Campaign Looks Toward N.H., Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
In Call, Clinton Concedes to Obama, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Obama Camp Credits Youth Turnout, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Inside Precinct 211, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
The View from New Hampshire, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Caucusing For Clinton, Refreshments Included, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Hoarse but Confident, Obama Draws a Crowd, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
A Tiny Iowa Paper and One Very Big Name: Obama, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Door-to-Door for Clinton, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
A Biden-Obama Deal?, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
'A Perfect Day For Caucusing', Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
No Tea Leaf Reading for Harkin, 'But What a Campaign!', Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Iowa Caucuses, washingtonpost.com Editors , July 2, 2007
 
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