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Chris Christie Isn't Just Focused on Governors' Races as RGA Chairman

The New Jersey governor is aggressively building chits as he prepares for possible 2016 presidential run.

Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

The Brilliant Simplicity of Scotland's Secession Ballot

And how it compares with another big-news referendum from this year.

Why Joe Biden's Gaffes Don't Matter

Though the vice president has a long history of blunders, they've rarely impacted his career.

What Scotland Voting on Its Future Today Looks Like

To secede or not to secede? That is the question.

Farm Groups Stick With Senate Republicans Despite Farm Bill Opposition

Several GOP candidates voted against or disavowed the 2014 bill, but state ag groups have other reasons to stick with them.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

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Chris Christie Isn't Just Focused on Governors' Races as RGA Chairman

The New Jersey governor is aggressively building chits as he prepares for possible 2016 presidential run.

Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

The Brilliant Simplicity of Scotland's Secession Ballot

And how it compares with another big-news referendum from this year.

Why Joe Biden's Gaffes Don't Matter

Though the vice president has a long history of blunders, they've rarely impacted his career.

What Scotland Voting on Its Future Today Looks Like

To secede or not to secede? That is the question.

Farm Groups Stick With Senate Republicans Despite Farm Bill Opposition

Several GOP candidates voted against or disavowed the 2014 bill, but state ag groups have other reasons to stick with them.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

See More