WASHINGTON (May 31, 2013) : Failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he plans to "help shape national priorities" by helping fellow conservatives in their mid-term election campaigns next year.
U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, has served in the U.S. House of Representatives for less than
WASHINGTON -- The Senate on Saturday narrowly passed its first federal budget in four years, a move that will usher in a relative lull in Washington's fiscal wars until an anticipated summer showdown over raising the debt ceiling.The budget plan was passed by a 50-49 vote in the Democratic-controlled chamber. Four Democratic senators facing tough re-election campaigns in 2014 joined all the ...
Party leaders made final appeals in their respective election campaigns yesterday ahead of today's House of Representatives election of Japan. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, also president of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), delivered a morning stump speech in Suginami Ward, Tokyo.
Senate Democrats, optimistic about prospects for a deficit-reduction deal, may have to contend with wariness from seven members who face 2014 re-election campaigns in states Mitt Romney won Nov. 6.
During the current election campaigns for the White House, Congress and state governments, it has become clear that many Americans think their immigration system is broken and they are shrieking for major repairs. The campaign websites of Obama and Romney … Continue reading →
More than 200 immigrants escaped death only because they were rescued by the Border Patrol. Yet there is little movement on immigration reform in Congress. I don't expect much in the way of enlightened debate on immigration in the coming election campaigns.
This year's Democratic National Convention has already shrunk by a day. Now it appears the attendance for the event is shrinking, too. At least a dozen prominent Democrats say they won't be able to make it. All are facing tough election campaigns in places where President Obama's popularity lags.
Since the turn of the century Michigan has gained a reputation for Supreme Court election campaigns that are among the most expensive, least transparent and most partisan in the country. Our campaign ads have been among the most offensive.
Since the turn of the century, Michigan has gained a reputation for Supreme Court election campaigns that are among the most expensive, least transparent and most partisan in the country. Our campaign ads have been among the most offensive.