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Democrats' 'War on Women' Attack Is Not Going Away

Fresh off losing a Senate race in which their candidate was laser-focused on reproductive rights, Colorado Democrats are demonstrating a willingness to use the strategy all ove...

Jeb Bush's History of Outsourcing His Campaign So He Can Raise Big Money

In 1998, the Republican Party of Florida paid for his TV ads, polling, and campaign staff salaries as he ran for governor

Jeb Bush's 'Very Conservative' Problem

The likely presidential candidate has some significant detractors in his party's base.

Tea Party Favorite Matt Salmon Considering John McCain Challenge in 2016

Many consider Salmon conservative hardliners' best hope for unseating McCain.

Hillary Clinton’s Mend-It-Don’t-End-It Take On The Ethanol Mandate

She tells Iowa voters that it's time to get the troubled federal biofuels program 'back on track.'

Lindsey Graham Allies Form Super PAC Ahead of 2016 Run

The defense hawk who has criticized rampant spending in presidential politics now has an outlet for millionaires and billionaires to support him.    

Rival Democrats Ready For Bitter Rematch in California

In Silicon Valley, a labor-backed candidate is facing an intraparty challenge from a tech community favorite.

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