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Grassley says he'll reject final Wall St. overhaul bill

Sen. Charles Grassley (Iowa), a potential Republican vote for the Wall Street overhaul, announced Wednesday that he would oppose the final legislation.

By Shailagh Murray  |  July 14, 2010; 12:59 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  2010 Election , 44 The Obama Presidency , Health Care , Republican Party , The GOP  
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Sharron Angle's Post-Primary Media Debut

By Amy Gardner After weeks avoiding newspaper and television journalists not viewed as sympathetic, Sharron...

By Amy Gardner  |  June 29, 2010; 3:01 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (13)
Categories:  2010 Election , 44 The Obama Presidency , 50 States , Candidates , The GOP  
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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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McCain surveys supporters on SCOTUS process

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 By Michael D. Shear  |  April 14, 2010; 8:56 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (15)
Categories:  44 Native , 44 The Obama Presidency , Supreme Court , The Courts , The GOP  | Tags: Barack Obama, John McCain, President, Republican, Supreme Court, Supreme Court of the United States, United States, United States Senate  
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Obama Comments an Issue in Pa. House Race

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

By Web Politics Editor  |  April 21, 2008; 11:20 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (79)
 
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Lindsey Graham, Looking Out for No. 1

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.).

By Washington Post Editor  |  March 7, 2008; 6:55 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
Categories:  John McCain , South , The GOP  
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Campaigner-In-Chief Ready, If McCain Wants, Washington Post editors , March 5, 2008
McCain: 'The Contest Begins Tonight', Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
Huckabee Takes a Bow, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
McCain Clinches It, Web Politics Editor , March 4, 2008
For McCain, a Different Kind of Grilling, Post Editor , March 2, 2008
McCain Endorsement Angers Catholic League President, Web Politics Editor , February 28, 2008
James Baker Backs McCain, Web Politics Editor , February 28, 2008
McCain Wins, Says He's the One, Web Politics Editor , February 19, 2008
McCain's Rewrite of His Anti-Rumsfeld Script, Washington Post editors , February 14, 2008
McCain Eager for General Election Debates, Washington Post editors , February 13, 2008
McCain Wins All Three Potomac States, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
McCain Wins Virginia, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
McCain in the Lion's Den, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
McCain, Obama Hug it Out, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
McCain Camp Touts Ollie North Endorsement, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Another Bush Tips His Hat to McCain, Web Politics Editor , February 11, 2008
A Parting Gift for Romney, Washington Post editors , February 9, 2008
Huckabee Wins Kansas Caucus, Washington Post editors , February 9, 2008
McCain Pleased With 'Breadth' of Win, Washington Post editors , February 6, 2008
Romney's Expenses Per Delegate Top $1M, Web Politics Editor , February 6, 2008
MO: Tight Race Goes to McCain, Washington Post editors , February 6, 2008
Confident McCain Sheds Underdog Tag, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
GA: Huckabee Takes the Peachtree State, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MT: Romney Easily Beats McCain, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
TN: Fox News Says It's Huckabee, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MN: AP, CNN Project Romney Win, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
NJ: Giuliani Gave McCain the State, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
ND: Romney Wins 8 Delegates, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
Huckabee: A Vindication in Little Rock, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
ND: Obama Wins Handily; Romney Ahead, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
Romney Camp Gears Up for Long Haul, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
AZ: CNN, Fox Declare McCain Winner, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
MN: Romney Leads as McCain and Huckabee Fight For Second, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
McCain Fans Party in Style, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
AL: AP Gives Win to Huckabee, Obama, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
Primary Season: When Will It End?, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: McCain Swamps Romney, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
At Romney's Party, Waiting for More Victory, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
DE: McCain, Obama Win, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
OK: McCain Has Small Lead, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
MT: Romney and McCain Neck and Neck, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
AR: Former Gov., First Lady Projected Winners, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
Rove Joins Pundits, Thick on the Ground, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
NJ: Garden State Goes for McCain, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MO: Heavy Turnout Despite Wintry Mix, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2008
AK: Could Ron Paul Win?, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
OK: Thompson Fans Moving to McCain, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
Terminator Muscle (and Line) Behind McCain, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
Talk Turns to Huckaboom II, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
First Stop at Home for Romney: The Voting Booth, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
WV: Huckabee Wins, Web Politics Editor , February 5, 2008
MO: Weather May Affect Voting, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
UT: Clear Skies and Records for Romney?, Washington Post editors , 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
Limbaugh Weighs In, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
NY: A Baby for the D'Amatos, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
CT: Steady Turnout, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
Romney Clarifies Dole Comments, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
AK: Worth Staying Up To See, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
A Mid-90s Detour, This Time With the GOP, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
TN: Heavy Rain, Heavy Turnout, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
Romney Seeks W.V. Momentum, Washington Post editors , February 5, 2008
NJ: Gov. Corzine Waits to Vote, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
NY: Clinton, McCain Start Early, Post Editor , February 5, 2008
McCain Vows Victory in New York, Washington Post Editor , February 5, 2008
McCain Talks Up Blue State Plans for the General, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
Romney Dismisses Obama's Crowds, 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
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
AK: Remote Super Tuesday Outpost, Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
A Small Number of Sooners For Romney, Washington Post editors , 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
With Pataki Backing, McCain Says He'll Take N.Y., Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
ID: Democrats Caucus Tomorrow, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
Romney Promises Super Tuesday Surprise, Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
McCain Stumps in Beantown, Web Politics Editor , February 4, 2008
Hoping for a Two-Man Race With McCain, Washington Post editors , February 4, 2008
Patriot Loss Clears Romney from the Room, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
In Boston, It's McCain or the Game, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Romney Wishes Tom Brady Luck, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
Romney Woos Illinois Conservatives, Web Politics Editor , February 3, 2008
McCain Picks Up John Edwards's Song, Web Politics Editor , February 2, 2008
McCain's Volunteer Army, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
County-by-County Results, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Mitt Romney Concedes, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
McCainiacs Rejoice, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Exit Polls: How McCain Won, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Millions of Robocalls from McCain, Web Politics Editor , January 29, 2008
Fla. Gov. Crist Endorses McCain, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2008
McCain Criticizes Clinton's 'White Flag', Washington Post editors , January 24, 2008
Uncommitted, a Winner at Last, Web Politics Editor , January 24, 2008
McCain Looks Ahead to Florida, Web Politics Editor , January 20, 2008
Behind McCain's Win, Web Politics Editor , January 20, 2008
Rebuilding the GOP, McCain Style, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
McCain Savors Victory, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Mike Huckabee Concedes S.C., Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Thompson, Trailing in S.C., Gives Speech, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Duncan Hunter Leaves GOP Field, Web Politics Editor , January 19, 2008
Mormons, Party Regulars Fuel Romney Success, Washington Post editors , January 19, 2008
Nevada Win in Cards for Romney, Washington Post editors , January 19, 2008
McCain's Off to the Movies, Washington Post editors , January 19, 2008
Lobbyist Backing McCain Reaches Out, Web Politics Editor , January 18, 2008
S.C. Establishment Stands With McCain, washingtonpost.com Editors , January 17, 2008
Only One Bush on Romney's List of Heroes, Washington Post editors , January 16, 2008
At Romney Rally, Everybody Loves a Winner, Web Politics Editor , January 15, 2008
County-by-County Results, Web Politics Editor , January 15, 2008
Michigan: Romney's Victory Speech, Web Politics Editor , January 15, 2008
A Brokered Convention? Consider the Possibilities, Web Politics Editor , January 15, 2008
Giuliani Advisers Forgo Salaries, Washington Post editors , January 11, 2008
Ralph Reed's New Role, Washington Post editors , January 10, 2008
McCain Looking for a Lucky Streak, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
McCain Victory Fuels Influx of Funds, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
Straight to Michigan for McCain, Washington Post editors , January 9, 2008
Thanking Voters, McCain Revels in Win, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Romney Settles for Silver Again, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Cash-Crunched Thompson Reduces Salaries, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Forgetting N.H., Giuliani Heads South, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
McCain Won 'Through Sheer Guts', Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
From Near-Death to Victory, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Excitement for Romney Despite Finish, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Celebrating McCain, Comeback Kid, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Turnout in Historical Perspective, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
McCain Ready to Truth-Squad, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Swarming the Polls, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
Now Actual Voters Decide, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
In Nashua, McCain Frenzy and High Turnout, Washington Post editors , January 8, 2008
A Pet Project for Romney?, Washington Post editors , January 7, 2008
Romney Turns to Turnaround Pitch, Washington Post editors , January 7, 2008
The Ron Paul Backlash Hits Fox, Web Politics Editor , January 6, 2008
Despite Iowa Win, Huckabee an Outsider, Web Politics Editor , January 6, 2008
Romney's New Role: Agent of Change, Washington Post editors , January 5, 2008
Ron Paul Hits Huckabee on Taxes, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
In Search of Romney's Silver Lining, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
Huckabee, Savoring Win and Looking Ahead, Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
An Earthquake in the Midwest, Web Politics Editor , January 4, 2008
Disappointed Romney Supporters Note 'Reagan Lost Iowa', Washington Post editors , January 4, 2008
County By County Caucus Results, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Romney Concedes Iowa to Huckabee, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Huckabee Airs Anti-Romney Ad After All, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
No Second Shot at V.P. For Lieberman, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Huckabee: Run Will Continue Even Without Iowa Win, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
N.H. Senate Leader Endorses McCain, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
The View from New Hampshire, Web Politics Editor , January 3, 2008
Skipping Early States All Part of Giuliani's Plan, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Romney Harnesses Anti-McCain Voices, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Relaxed Romney Gets a Punch Line In, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Huckabee's Sprint to the Finish, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Giuliani's Lessons From Lincoln--and the 1980s Too, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Iowa Caucuses, washingtonpost.com Editors , July 2, 2007
 
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