Will Sarah Palin run for Arizona's open Senate seat? - TheDC Opinion
It’s not as crazy as it sounds.
J.D. Hayworth was unable to garner enough Tea Party support to defeat Sen. John McCain in the Arizona primary
Texas Sen. John Cornyn said the NRSC will have to have “a little powwow” before an endorsement of Christine O’Donnell
Will McCain go back to being a “maverick”?
Republican Senate candidates Sharron Angle and JD Hayworth will rally with supporters of Arizona’s law targeting illegal immigration
The relatively unknown Republican and self-proclaimed Tea Party candidate in Arizona is facing calls from Tea Party supporters to withdraw
Mac is back - The Hill
Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) “danged fence” ad was widely panned earlier this year, but his more recent “huckster” television spot is attracting rave reviews
TARP was a bipartisan initiative. In the heat of the 2008 presidential campaign, both Barack Obama and John McCain supported it. The leaders of both parties ended up voting for it. George W. Bush signed it into law. Since then, both the Bush and Obama Treasury Departments have spread the wealth around.
McCain reinvents himself as a 'border hawk' - Washington Times
Senator John McCain is in the fight of his political life and he has decided to take a harsher approach on immigration
Republican Sen. John McCain, who once championed a path to citizenship for the nation’s roughly 12 million undocumented immigrants, is now pushing for a crackdown on illegals amid the toughest re-election fight of his career
McCain prompts Senate to reject 'crippling' VAT - The Daily Caller
On Thursday the Senate approved 85-to-13 a resolution declaring the penalty a ‘massive tax increase that will cripple families on fixed income’
If the Tea Party takes on the Maverick, a new political party could emerge
Poll: McCain leading Hayworth in Senate primary - The Daily Caller
John McCain has a solid lead over J.D. Hayworth in the GOP primary for his Arizona Senate seat
McCain challenger Hayworth says men could marry horses - Huffington Post
Passive aggressive in Arizona - The Daily Caller
Republican J.D. Hayworth tones down rhetoric as he attacks John McCain’s conservative credentials
Facing a backlash from the liberal wing of their party, Sen. Evan Bayh and other centrist Democrats are examining their re-election options and deciding to simply walk away, political analysts note
Tea Party groups split on backing McCain - THE DAILY CALLER
Former Rep. J.D. Hayworth left his Phoenix talk radio show to challenge McCain for the Republican nomination to be Arizona’s senator
Arizona Sen. John McCain is launching a massive campaign aimed at stopping a reelection challenge from J.D. Hayworth, the conservative former Arizona congressman and radio talk show host.
Sarah Palin will stump for McCain in Arizona.