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Alex is the chief political correspondent for National Journal Hotline. Since joining National Journal in 2010, he has covered House and Senate races, the GOP presidential primary, and the 2012 presidential campaign. Prior to joining National Journal, he covered Pennsylvania politics and government, most recently as editor of the Harrisburg-based PoliticsPA.com.

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With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

Republicans Airing Ads Attacking Democrats as Being Soft on Terrorism

The chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee says expect more national security-themed ads to come.

Why Michael Grimm Could Still Win

Don't Understand How Michael Grimm Can Pull Off Reelection? Visit Staten Island.

Staten Island voters are embracing the indicted congressman as one of their own, no matter that he will be in court before his next term would even begin.

How Senate Races Are Undercutting House Republicans

The GOP should be making strong gains in the House and building a buffer against a Clinton-driven wave. If only all the big money wasn't going to the Senate.  

Republicans' Newest 2014 Weapon: Foreign Policy

In close races, Republicans are planning to attack their challengers over the president's foreign policy.

What the DSCC and NRSC Are Thinking, Two Months Out

The DSCC and NRSC executive directors, Guy Cecil and Rob Collins , made a rare joint appearance Tuesday, spending 90 minutes at the National Press Club giving their take on the battle for the...

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With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

Republicans Airing Ads Attacking Democrats as Being Soft on Terrorism

The chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee says expect more national security-themed ads to come.

Don't Understand How Michael Grimm Can Pull Off Reelection? Visit Staten Island.

Staten Island voters are embracing the indicted congressman as one of their own, no matter that he will be in court before his next term would even begin.

How Senate Races Are Undercutting House Republicans

The GOP should be making strong gains in the House and building a buffer against a Clinton-driven wave. If only all the big money wasn't going to the Senate.  

Republicans' Newest 2014 Weapon: Foreign Policy

In close races, Republicans are planning to attack their challengers over the president's foreign policy.

From Tactical Spending to Amazing Ads, Here Are the Lessons of the 2014 Primaries

The last six months offered political points that party strategists will want to remember well after the end of this midterm election cycle.

House Democrats Will Be Less White and Male in 2015

National Journal crunched the numbers: Under almost any plausible scenario, the caucus will have more women and more minorities than it currently does.

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