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Angle spent $97 per vote against Reid

When all of the campaign spending by the Nevada politican and her supporters was tallied, it cost Angle $97 for each vote she received in her failed bid to take down Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid last week.

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Palin: The GOP's Pelosi?

March 11, 2011 6:30 AM

The former Alaska governor's personal favorability numbers are now worse than Nancy Pelosi's were before the 2010 election, when Republicans used the former speaker against Democrats. Will Democrats use Palin as a political tool in the same way?

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Tim Kaine's waiting game (and what it means)

March 10, 2011 12:51 PM

Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine remains silent about whether or not he will run for the Senate in 2012. What does that silence mean about his ultimate decision?

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Redistricting targets could seek other opportunities

March 10, 2011 10:30 AM

Redistricting is a long and scary process if you're a member of Congress, and it can force you to do things they might otherwise not do.

Like run for Senate.

As states across the country begin to look at drawing their new congressional maps, the members who are most likely to get the short straw will often look for something else to run for rather than try to survive in whatever district they get drawn into. Here's a look at a few members who may do just that.

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