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With less than four days before the Indiana Senate primary, incumbent Sen. Dick Lugar and his challenger Richard Mourdock made their closing arguments in new television ads released Friday - the final spots of a long, often-times ugly nomination battle....
The political future of the U.S. Senate's most senior Republican will be on the line Tuesday when Indiana votes in a GOP primary. A poll released last week showed Sen. Dick Lugar 10 percentage points behind challenger Richard Mourdock, Indiana's state...
SACRAMENTO, California (AP) — A first-of-its-kind ban on a controversial form of psychotherapy aimed at making gay people straight could face a key vote Tuesday by a group of California lawmakers. Supporters say the legislation, which is before its...
SACRAMENTO, California (AP) — A first-of-its-kind ban on a controversial form of psychotherapy aimed at making gay people straight is speeding through the California statehouse. Supporters say the legislation, which passed its final Senate...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A visit by former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and a video speech by presidential candidate Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, are aimed at building excitement among 2,500 Michigan Republicans gathering in Detroit for this weekend's state...
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann has endorsed one-time Republican rival Mitt Romney for president. Bachmann says electing Romney will be the country's last chance to keep from "going forward" over a cliff. The reference is to Democratic President...
Tags: Politics, Republican Party, Mitt Romney, Energy, Elections
Iowa may be "too white, too evangelical, too rural" to be a good representative of the U.S. electorate, as NBC's Andrea Mitchell puts it. The caucuses, requiring a big commitment of time, may also be an awkward proxy for a real vote. Some people think the...
After the Iowa caucuses one year, I recall, every candidate in the field went before TV cameras to proclaim the outcome a victory for him. This time, the claims were not quite so universal. But it seems clear that there was only one winner last night:...
One of the surprises of this presidential campaign is how many Republican candidates are doing their best to appear stupid. Michele Bachmann blares groundless myths about a vaccine, Rick Perry can't remember which departments he wants to abolish, and...
Tags: Rick Perry, Republican Party, Vaccines, Herman Cain, John McCain
It may look like Rick Perry made an unforced error this week by raising the issue of the President's birth certificate even as he was unveiling his flat tax proposal. In this way, he stepped on his own message while inviting scorn from independent voters,...
In his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney has one big disadvantage: his Massachusetts health care program, which looks a lot like Obama's national plan. But he has one big advantage that is probably becoming apparent to Rick Perry: He's done this before....
Tags: Rick Perry, Politics, Republican Party, HPV Vaccine, Mitt Romney
I've been to several campaign events in Iowa in recent weeks, and what's surprised me is how many people bring up someone who's not even in the race: Texas Gov. Rick Perry. At almost every appearance by former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty or Rep. Michele...
Tags: Rick Perry, Tim Pawlenty, Politics, Minnesota, Government
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