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The tectonic plates of Republican politics are shifting steadily these days
Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe will receive two prominent endorsements of his Virginia gubernatorial candidacy today from Democratic Governors Association Chairman Brian Schweitzer (Mont.) and Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.
Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer, the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, will endorse former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe's (Va.) gubernatorial primary bid tomorrow in northern Virginia, according to sources familiar with the move.
President Obama speaks in Cairo this morning. Getty Images. President Obama delivered his long awaited speech in Cairo, Egypt early this morning, calling for a "new beginning" to relations between America and the Muslim world and seeking to emphasize...
Two Northeastern states are headed toward competitive Senate primaries in 2010, contests that will road-test the idea that intraparty squabbles do more harm than good.
In the wake of Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's (R) decision not to seek a third term and the dearth of obvious Republican replacements for him, some operatives have floated the idea that former Sen. Norm Coleman might transition into the governor's race if he winds up losing his legal challenges in the Senate contest.
If Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin wants to be a serious contender for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, she should not run for a second term as chief executive of the Last Frontier.
Need a handle on the most important things happening in politics every day? We've got you covered. Starting today, we are pulling our "What To Watch For" daily video segment out of the Morning Fix and making it a stand-alone post with three distinct events to watch each day: one in the morning, one in the afternoon and one (you guessed it!) in the evening
Republicans, out of power at every turn in Washington and looking for a path back to the White House, might do well to follow the populist approaches embodied by two of the party's rare success stories in recent years: Govs. Tim Pawlenty (Minn.) and Mitch Daniels (Ind.)
For a few months now, the Fix and Dana "Money Man" Milbank have been toiling away in a secret undisclosed location (aka the basement of the Post building) working on something so radical, so revolutionary, so righteous that we weren't sure it would ever see the light of day.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) will not seek a third term in 2010, clearing the way for an expected bid for the 2012 presidential nomination, according to sources close to the governor.
New York Rep. John McHugh is President Barack Obama's choice to be the new Secretary of the Army, a decision likely to set off an extremely competitive special election for the Republican's 23rd district House seat.
Quick -- think of the three faces of the Republican party. Dick Cheney, Rush Limbaugh and Newt Gingrich immediately come to mind. What do all men have in common? They are over 50 years old, male, white and staunchly conservative.
Ben Ginsberg, lead counsel for former Sen. Norm Coleman's campaign, said he was "very encouraged" by the oral arguments of the Minnesota Republican's state Supreme Court challenge to the results of the 2008 election that appear to show Democrat Al Franken winning by 312 votes.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) roundly condemned the approach President Barack Obama has taken to redefining America to the world, describing it as a "tour of apology" in a speech to the conservative Heritage Foundation today.
In politics, sometimes a step back can eventually lead to two steps forward. New York Rep. Steve Israel (D) is hoping that axiom is true of his own career, which, until a few weeks ago was heading toward a challenge to appointed Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) in 2010.
House Democrats are launching a coordinated campaign of radio ads and phone calls into the districts of six Republican Members seeking to turn their opposition to President Obama's economic stimulus package into a major political liability.