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How Kim Davis, David Vitter's Vices and a Big-Rig Trucker Could Steer the 2016 Conversation
It may feel like the 2016 race to the White House has sucked all the oxygen out of politics. But the living, breathing state of smaller-scale politics is on full display in three governor’s races that have seen lively debates over immigration and gay rights, the scope of the federal government and
Dem. Strategist: 'Obama in a Win-Win Position'
Stefan Hankin says "majority still open to supporting president" on "Top Line."
Alvin Greene is Back
ABC's Amy Walter reports: Alvin Greene, the unemployed South Carolina Army vet and accidental and unsuccessful Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, is taking another shot at elective office. The AP reports that Greene filed papers to run in a February special...
15 People, Places and Things That Had 15 Minutes of Fame in 2010
From Snooki to 'The Old Spice Guy,' 15 Who Got 15 Minutes of Fame This Year
Is Alvin Greene Mulling a Presidential Run in 2012?
Undeterred by a stinging loss to Republican Sen. Jim DeMint in South Carolina’s Senate race, come-from-nowhere Democratic candidate Alvin Greene is considering another run for public office – but this time he’s aiming even higher.
DeMint: 'This Time We're Going to Do It the Right Way'
Senator Jim DeMint told me that the Tea Party-backed Congressional gains would lead to a political realignment and a second chance for Republicans who recovered from big losses in 2006 and 2008. "I'm glad to see the determination from Boehner...
ABC Offers In-Depth Look at Top Senate Races
Republicans are riding a wave of anti-Washington furor nationwide, but while their prospects for taking control of the House look good, it will be a tougher road to the Senate, according to ABC's latest analysis. The last time one House changed hands without the other on Election Night was in 1910.
Former U.S. Marine Ilario Pantano Running Race Against Backdrop of Iraq Controversy
Several Military Veterans Running for Congress Face Questions About Actions
Paul Debate Stomping Caps an Odd Campaign Year
Nazi Uniforms, Witchcraft Denials, and Obscenity Charges: The Year in Politics
ABC News' Guidebook to Tea Party Candidates
The Tea Party movement has shaken up the political landscape in 2010, taking down incumbents in Utah and Alaska and defeating the Republican-establishment favorites in Nevada and Delaware during the primary campaign. Now its favored candidates with their fiscally conservative ideals are poised to