Earlier this year, the Democratic National Committee said it would release its full report on what went wrong for the party in the 2014 elections and what it can do to better perform in future elections by May.
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Alex Pappas is a Washington D.C.-based political reporter for The Daily Caller. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and the Mobile Press-Register. Pappas is a graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where he was editor-in-chief of The Sewanee Purple. While in college, he did internships at NBC's Meet the Press and the White House. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he graduated from St. Paul's Episcopal School. He and his wife live on Capitol Hill.
When former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush published 33 years of tax returns on his campaign website Tuesday, he claimed to be paying a higher tax rate than Bill and Hillary Clinton even though he makes less money.
With New Jersey’s Bon Jovi blaring over the speakers, Chris Christie on Tuesday became the 14th Republican to join the race for the White House, vowing to fix the dysfunction of Washington D.C.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz writes in his new book that conservative voters would be “astonished” if they knew what Republican senators were really doing and saying in private meetings on Capitol Hill.
When Chris Christie announces his run for the White House inside the gymnasium at Livingston High School Tuesday, the governor will seek to rejuvenate conservatives, depicting himself as a blunt New Jerseyan not afraid to take on politically polarizing issues and, as his campaign slogan will claim, “tell it like it is.”
Ahead of his expected entrance into the presidential race next week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Saturday unveiled a new website and campaign logo.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he is disappointed with the Supreme Court's decision to make gay marriage legal in all 50 states, but acknowledged that the "ruling is now the law of the land."
The Republicans running for the White House blasted the Supreme Court's ruling released Friday that will allow gay couples in all 50 states to get married, expressing concerns about the "religious liberty" of Christians who support traditional marriage but differing over how to proceed.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, marking his first day on the campaign trail as a presidential candidate, was scheduled to appear on five morning cable shows Thursday.
The Republicans running for president in 2016 expressed disappointment -- and in one case accused the high court of “judicial tyranny” -- after the Supreme Court on Thursday upheld federal subsidies under President Obama’s health care law.
Vowing to reduce the size of government, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Wednesday portrayed himself as a “doer” among a field of smooth “talkers” running for president.
Former Democratic Sen. Jim Webb could announce his decision soon about entering the presidential race, The Daily Caller has learned.
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, a southern Democrat contemplating a run for president, encouraged people on Wednesday to understand the “complicated history of the Civil War” when calling for the removal of the Confederate flag across the country.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, as expected, announced Wednesday he will seek the Republican nomination for president.
Rick Harrison — the co-owner of the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop featured on the hugely popular History channel show “Pawn Stars” — is endorsing Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton doesn’t just want the Confederate flag removed from public property. She wants to see private businesses take it off the shelves too.
Republican presidential candidates are supporting South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's call for the removal of the Confederate flag on the state capitol grounds following last week's church shooting in Charleston.
Mike Huckabee said Monday he resents the implication being made in the wake of the Charleston church shooting that South Carolina residents as a whole are racist.
A pro-Rand Paul super PAC is out with a new video giving Jeb Bush the nickname “Bailout Bush,” accusing the former Florida governor of being a big supporter of government bailouts.