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A prominent New Hampshire tea party group has snagged a handful of likely Republican presidential candidates to headline its annual tax day rally.
Freshman Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.) has collected more than $325,000 in the first quarter of the year, according to figures obtained Tuesday by Roll Call.
Lisa Wilson-Foley, a businesswoman who ran for lieutenant governor last year, has formally joined the Republican field in the race to replace Rep. Christopher Murphy (D), who is running for Senate, in 2012.
Democrats cheered new polling released Tuesday that showed independents appear to have swung dramatically in their favor since flocking to the GOP in November.
The first GOP presidential debate following the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary has been planned for Florida.
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour will make his first New Hampshire appearance later this week, checking off the last of the must-stop early presidential primary states as he creeps closer to a White House run.
Adam Hasner hasn’t made his candidacy in Florida’s Senate contest official, but the grass-roots conservative favorite has already been targeted in an ethics complaint.
Republicans dominated New Hampshire’s state and federal elections in the 2010 midterms, but polling released Monday suggests that the state’s two GOP House freshmen could be in trouble next year.
The Democrats have some fun with the anniversary of Mitt Romneys health care program.
Maine Republican raised nearly $900,000 in first quarter.
First-quarter fundraising reports due Friday are the first stretch of the 2012 Senate horse race, offering an early indication of who is jumping into the lead and, in general, how the 2012 Senate landscape is shaping up when control of the chamber is on the line.
Union officials in Wisconsin are calling for thousands of ballots to be immediately impounded and recounted following the revelation that a county clerks computer error tipped the state Supreme Court election in conservative Justice David Prossers favor.
Friction continues among tea party groups as GOP nominee gets endorsement.
Democrats want to put pressure on GOP Senate candidates.
Conservative Justice David Prosser surged ahead of his left-leaning challenger Thursday in the unusually high-profile race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court after a counting error was discovered, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The Minnesota Republican is heading to the Granite State.
Former Rep. Melissa Bean will not run for her old seat in Illinois, admittedly disappointing Democratic Party leaders, including incoming Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultzs ascension to the top post at the Democratic National Committee has won resounding praise from House Democrats, who now have a colleague leading the DNC for the first time in decades. But the shift also creates a set of challenges.
Rep. Christopher Murphy (D) a Connecticut Senate candidate raised $1.1 million in the first quarter of the year, according to figures released by his campaign Wednesday.
A former FBI agent has joined to race to replace Senate candidate Rep. Chris Murphy in Connecticuts 5th district.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court election that became a referendum on Gov. Scott Walkers (R) crackdown on public employee unions remains too close to call.
Former Sen. George LeMieux (R-Fla.) formally entered the Senate contest Tuesday, announcing his intentions in a Web video that blasted Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson as a big part of the problem.
Likely GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has donated $45,000 to national Republican campaign organizations, according to a statement released Tuesday.
Sen. Scott Brown (Mass.), who is among Democrats top targets in 2012, raised $1.7 million in the first quarter and will report more than $8.3 million in cash on hand when he files his campaign finance report later in the month.
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