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Former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel announced her campaign for Senate on Friday morning, as the states Republican convention was set to kick off in Athens.
Tea party conservatives may never fully trust Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, but the Kentucky Republican was talking about the dangers of limiting political speech long before the tea party movement existed.
When the dust settled in South Dakota this week from high-profile jockeying in the Democratic Senate primary field, Rick Weiland was the last man standing.
Rep. Mark Sanford, who was sworn into the House Wednesday, is unlikely to have a primary challenger in the coming cycle, or any cycle, according to Republicans plugged into Palmetto State politics.
Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann will begin flooding her 6th District with television ads next week, according to a filing with the Federal Communications Commission.
When a former GOP governor asked me the other day whether he would see another Republican elected to the White House in his lifetime, I asked him exactly how old he was.
For the first time in recent memory, four congressional seats in Georgia are open at the same time, providing ample opportunity for the Peach States farm team of up-and-coming state legislators to unleash their ambitions.
Retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness announced his candidacy this week for Senate in Louisiana, and now the PAC formerly associated with Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint is considering supporting him.
The list of Republicans lining up to challenge Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, a Democrat in the marginally Republican 1st District of Arizona, is remarkably short. Among state and national Republican strategists, only one name emerges.
Rep. Erik Paulsen, R-Minn., on Monday ruled out running for governor or Senate for 2014, leaving Democratic Sen. Al Franken still without a challenger.
The fallout in the consulting world from two obscure local races continues to reverberate in the Golden State political world.
A former staffer for Republican Rep. Jack Kingston will announce on Wednesday that hes running for his former boss seat.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has a small lead over two likely Republican Senate candidates in a hypothetical primary matchup, according to a GOP poll.
A new poll conducted for Republican Gabriel Gomezs campaign shows Gomez trailing Democratic Rep. Ed Markey by just 3 points.
Georgia Republicans expect Secretary of State Karen Handel to jump into the open-seat Senate race now that Rep. Tom Price announced he wont run.
Alixandria Lapp and Joanna Burgos spent months of time and millions of dollars battling over House seats, but they agree on one thing: Dont bother calling them from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each night.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski will lead the National Republican Senatorial Committees outreach effort to the American Indian community.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched a new candidate program aimed at cultivating strong candidates in targeted districts for the 2014 elections.
The Florida Republican Party is flourishing, with a deep bench available for the next competitive or open-seat race. But the local partys primary concern is protecting its 17-to-10 edge in the House delegation.
Mark Sanford is officially coming back to Congress. The former South Carolina governor defeated the Democratic nominee, Elizabeth Colbert Busch, 54 percent to 46 percent with 71 percent of precincts reporting, according to The Associated Press.