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The news that Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is giving serious consideration to running for president spread like wildfire over the weekend. That is understandable.
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New Englands only Tossup election got a little more complicated last week, when Maines Joe Baldacci, the brother of former Gov. John Baldacci, filed to run as a Democrat in the 2nd District.
A number of organizations will be tuning in all over #ThisTown to gauge whether their favorite horse has actual legs or will quickly be turned to rhetorical dog meat.
For three of the 14 presidential candidates participating in Mondays Voters First Forum, the timing was less than ideal.
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Remember what happened the last time Congress acted to raise the debt limit?
Planned Parenthood funding will continue despite outrage mostly from Republicans over videos showing officials discussing the sale of aborted body parts.
In his bid for Senate in Florida, the biggest thing standing in Democratic Rep. Alan Graysons way is . . . Alan Grayson.
Depending on how things shake out, Missouri voters could face a bizarro world next fall: A former Democrat running as the Republican nominee for governor against a Democrat who used to be a Republican.
Former Indiana Rep. Baron P. Hills road to the Senate wont be any easy one, but Democrats think they have a roadmap to get him there.
Only a week after a visit to Washington for his first time as a candidate in Illinois open 8th District, state Sen. Tom Cullerton said he has changed his mind and decided to drop his bid.
Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., opted against a bid for the Senate in the Sunshine State on Thursday, winnowing an already crowded GOP field in the highly competitive contest.
It might be easy to scoff at Democratic Rep. Chaka Fattah of Pennsylvania for talking about his re-election bid on the same day he faced a 29-count indictment on corruption charges, but the most recent members of the House to be indicted held their own at the ballot box, at least initially. The last two members of the House to be indicted won their next election.
Ending months of speculation, House Democratic Caucus Chairman Xavier Becerra announced Thursday he wont run for Senate.