Sen. Charles Grassley (Iowa), a potential Republican vote for the Wall Street overhaul, announced Wednesday that he would oppose the final legislation.
By Amy Gardner After weeks avoiding newspaper and television journalists not viewed as sympathetic, Sharron...
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.
Perry Bacon Jr.
May 17, 2010; 6:51 AM ET |
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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Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is surveying his supporters about how to replace retiring Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens. The questions are, well, a bit skewed. Will McCain publish the results?
By Michael D. Shear
April 14, 2010; 8:56 AM ET |
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PHILADELPHIA -- In a sign of the fall campaign they hope to run against Democrats, a Republican candidate today unveiled a web advertisement linking an undeclared House freshman to Sen. Barack Obama's comment that many small town Americans "cling" to gun rights and religion. --Paul Kane
Sen. Lindsey Graham heads home to South Carolina to campaign for a second Senate term, hoping to fend off conservative challengers angered by his close ties to presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain (Ariz.).