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The GOP's Rob Portman Predicament

Republican Senate candidates face the harsh reality that their party's presidential nominees have a bigger impact on their reelection than their own campaigns.

Primary Challenge Lies in Wake as Scandal-Plagued Frank Guinta Aims for Reelection

2014 candidate Dan Innis is considering another run as Republicans have soured on Guinta this year after a campaign finance issue.

How the Internet Fuels the White-Nationalism Movement

Even if the visible power of white-nationalist groups diminishes, their online power lives on. 

The Campaign Trail Doesn’t Go Through Greece

It's the hot economic story of the month, a country facing long lines at ATMs to withdraw cash, closed banks, and looming defaults to European creditors. But its only use on th...

Chris Christie's Biggest Backer: 'Would I Write a Check for $10 Million? No'

In an interview ahead of Christie's kickoff, billionaire Ken Langone assesses what's ahead for 2016.

Independent Redistricting Commissions Remain Legal, But They’re Not Democrats' Silver Bullet

Election-reform advocates will push for more independent commissions after they were judged to be constitutional. But it's not easy to take redistricting power away from legisl...

Money for Now, Money for Later

It's not just how much but what kind of money the 2016 field is raising that matters.  

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