Democratic senators called “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” (DADT) a threat to national security and vowed to vote to repeal the policy in the lame-duck session at a press conference held by independent Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, who caucuses with the Democrats, Thursday.
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GOP candidate Bob Dold and Democratic challenger Dan Seals are in a tight race for Congress in Illinois.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee launched a new ad attacking GOP senate candidate John Raese for being “out of touch” with West Virginians and being more involved in Florida.
Spanish-language newspapers in Nevada agree: Nevada GOP U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle is not their friend.
Sharron Angle, GOP challenger of Sen. Harry Reid in Nevada aired an ad depicting immigrants as violent gang members who are “forcing families to live in fear."
Latinos for Reform (LFR), a conservative group that advocates for Latino concerns, is airing an ad that discourages Latinos from voting in the upcoming midterm elections.
The Chicago Board of Elections said no complaints have been filed following allegations that First Lady Michelle Obama violated Illinois election law Thursday.
First Lady Michelle Obama reportedly violated Illinois election laws by encouraging voters to support President Obama at a polling place in Chicago Thursday morning.
“I’ve put my blood, sweat and tears into the children of the District for the last three and a half years and I have completely enjoyed every minute of it,” said Michelle Rhee as she announced her resignation as D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Wednesday morning.
You’ve heard of the Republican “Pledge,” but are you ready for “The Card”?
Over 300 economists counter Obama, say not extending Bush-era tax cuts to wealthier Americans would have ‘deleterious effects’
The National Taxpayer Union released a letter Wednesday signed by more than 300 economists in support of a permanent extension of the Bush-era tax cuts, saying that failure to do so “would constitute a profound and damaging ‘anti-stimulus’ that would harm our prospects for expansion in the near future.”
Will America’s youth come to the polls in November for the midterm elections like they did for the presidential election in 2008? It depends who you ask.