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What Kind of Republican Is Carl DeMaio? He and His Opponent Disagree.

Carl DeMaio is campaigning for a House seat in California as a "next-generation Republican," but Democrats say he's still too conservative on many issues.

The Most Effective Political Ad of 2012 Is Back

The firm that made the most devastating anti-Romney TV ad now has a similar one targeting the GOP Senate nominee in Georgia. Research shows it's working.

Finding Al Franken

The comedian-turned-senator is running an unusually low-key reelection campaign, trying to avoid scrutiny. Will Republicans get the last laugh?

Republican Governor Candidates Pitch Big Tents in Florida and Illinois

RIck Scott and Bruce Rauner are spending millions of dollars to attract the type of voters that Republicans didn't get in 2012—and will need in 2016.

The Worst Congressional Comeback Attempt Ever?

Former Rep. David Rivera lost his House primary in Florida Tuesday after a campaign as unusual as the rest of his career.

What's a Craft Brewery Doing in Politics?

New Belgium Brewery, the third-largest craft beer producer in America, now has a PAC. Here's why.

Scarlett Johansson’s Political Act

Planned Parenthood has tapped the Hollywood doyenne to underscore the role of women's health in this year's elections.

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What Kind of Republican Is Carl DeMaio? He and His Opponent Disagree.

Carl DeMaio is campaigning for a House seat in California as a "next-generation Republican," but Democrats say he's still too conservative on many issues.

The Most Effective Political Ad of 2012 Is Back

The firm that made the most devastating anti-Romney TV ad now has a similar one targeting the GOP Senate nominee in Georgia. Research shows it's working.

Finding Al Franken

The comedian-turned-senator is running an unusually low-key reelection campaign, trying to avoid scrutiny. Will Republicans get the last laugh?

Republican Governor Candidates Pitch Big Tents in Florida and Illinois

RIck Scott and Bruce Rauner are spending millions of dollars to attract the type of voters that Republicans didn't get in 2012—and will need in 2016.

The Worst Congressional Comeback Attempt Ever?

Former Rep. David Rivera lost his House primary in Florida Tuesday after a campaign as unusual as the rest of his career.

What's a Craft Brewery Doing in Politics?

New Belgium Brewery, the third-largest craft beer producer in America, now has a PAC. Here's why.

Scarlett Johansson’s Political Act

Planned Parenthood has tapped the Hollywood doyenne to underscore the role of women's health in this year's elections.

See More