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The Donald will not run for president in 2012.
With the special election just eight days away, the leader of the Tea Party Express will be on the ground in New York's 26th district to denounce what the national organization is calling tea party fraud.
Capitol Hill's Republican elite including Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) and Majority Leader Eric Cantor (Va.) have been among Jane Corwin's most active supporters in western New York's suddenly competitive 26th district special election.
Sen. Herb Kohl (D) was largely expected to win a fifth term in 2012. But his sudden announcement not to seek re-election in Wisconsin creates a vacancy in a state where the GOP made substantial gains and knocked off former Sen. Russ Feingold (D) in 2010.
With money from outside groups now pouring into the western New York special election, Jane Corwin has loaned her campaign another half million dollars.
Sen. Herb Kohl, 76, will retire instead of seeking a fifth term. The Wisconsin Democrat had been at the top of a potential retirement list.
The National Republican Congressional Committee has reserved $265,000 worth of television advertising in New Yorks 26th district, a move that follows a rash of outside spending in the special election that Republicans were expected to dominate just weeks ago.
Jane Corwin, the Republican nominee in New York’s looming special election, has loaned her campaign an additional $960,000, according to a Federal Election Commission filing made public Thursday afternoon.
The Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters and Environment Massachusetts will air a new radio ad attacking Republican Sen. Scott Brown (Mass.) again for voting to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from limiting air pollution.
The man who previously led the Rhode Island police force will announce today his intention to challenge freshman Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) in the 1st district.
A race to the left is under way between the Connecticut Democratic Senate hopefuls.
Jack Davis, the candidate on the Tea Party line in New Yorks special election, says he will not debate the Republican and Democratic nominees.
Wealthy third-party candidate Jack Davis unveiled the endorsement of tea party darling David Bellavia on Wednesday, a move intended to counter charges by conservative groups that Davis is largely a tea party impostor in western New Yorks looming special election.
As outside groups dump money into western New York largely to attack him, third-party candidate Jack Davis has loaned his campaign an additional $500,000, according to campaign records filed this week with the Federal Election Commission.
The conservative group American Crossroads has reserved $650,000 in television ad time to help the GOP nominee in a New York special election that is far closer than it was supposed to be.
It is a special election that was never supposed to be this close. But outside groups have begun pouring money into New Yorks 26th district, a conservative region near the Empire States western border that has become an unlikely battlefield in a new age of political influence.
Newton Mayor Setti Warren has become the second prominent Democrat to join the race to challenge Sen. Scott Brown (R).
A new poll showed Democrat Kathy Hochul has become the unlikely leader in a tight three-way New York special election, with just 15 days to go until Election Day.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz may be a 44-year-old mother of three young children, but as the new chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, she will serve as President Barack Obamas leading attack dog for the next 18 months.
Likely GOP presidential contender Tim Pawlenty announced Erik Hellands hiring in a press release last week, noting that the two-term Iowa state legislator would head his Iowa staff.
After largely ignoring third-party candidate Jack Davis in her first round of television ads, Republican nominee Jane Corwin is attacking the wealthy industrialist as the hand-picked candidate of Nancy Pelosi in a 30-second television spot that began airing across the district today.
While evidence is emerging that New Yorks looming special election is more competitive than many expected, GOP operatives have long worried about the impact of wealthy third-party candidate Jack Davis. It is only now, however, that those fears are on display.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz won the unanimous support of the Democratic National Committee on Wednesday afternoon, becoming the first woman to lead the party and the first Member of Congress in nearly 15 years.
In what may be the final precursor to the launch of a formal GOP presidential campaign, Jon Huntsman has created a federal political action committee that enables him to begin laying the groundwork for a White House bid.
President Barack Obamas approval ratings are at the their highest point since 2009, according to a poll conducted Monday evening by the Washington Post and the Pew Research Center, which is the first to detect a bump in the presidents popularity immediately following the death of Osama bin Laden.