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Romney's Trouble With Good News on the Economy
Romney Denies Report He Asked Florida Governor to Tone Down Good Economic News
Race to the Right: GOP Sweeps Governor Seats
In a sweep of stunning and historical victories, Republicans took 29 gubernatorial seats after election night -- five seats more than when they started, and a possible precursor to what may lie ahead in the 2012 presidential election. Although the GOP suffered a major gubernatorial loss in
The Note: Off To An Early Start
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER EARLY LINE ON EARLY VOTING. No need to wait until Nov. 2 -- 36 states are participating in some form of early voting this year and we’re already seeing the results. In Iowa, for...
Zeleny: Democrats Still 'Have A Few Tricks'
Big debate last night out in California Jerry Brown may win and one of the marquee matchups of 2010 and can take a look at Jerry Brown's response to one of the questions. I white. And you know like a moment night I don't try to close down the bars Sacramento like you used to do when I was governor
The Note: Enthusiasm Gap Closing, But Does It Matter?
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER ONE NIGHT IN MADISON. Just minutes after President Obama wrapped up a rally at the University of Wisconsin Tuesday evening, Democrats were already -- gleefully -- passing around the lead of an Associated Press...
The Presidential Planner
ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: President Obama wakes up in Des Moines this morning and will meet with the Clubb family at their home. Afterwards the president will hold a backyard discussion on the challenges currently facing the middle class...
Sarah Palin Joins Mitt Romney in Backing Terry Branstad for Governor of Iowa
With a possible eye on a 2012 presidential run, Sarah Palin has just joined potential GOP rival Mitt Romney in backing Republican Terry Branstad for governor of Iowa. The state’s primary takes place Tuesday, June 8.
Will 2010 be the Year of the Political Comeback?
Five Ex-Governors Want Their Old Jobs Back, But Voters May Not Smile on Second Acts
Everywhere & Nowhere: Post-ubiquity, health care action returns to the Hill
A president whose new, new push on health care was all about active engagement, and flooding the messaging zone, has now gone two weeks without holding a health care rally.
Ed Thomas, Iowa HS Football Coach, Killed by Former Player
A popular high school football coach in Iowa was killed this morning by a former player who was supposed to have been in a hospital for psychiatric evaluation. Ed Thomas, 58, was in the Aplington-Parkersburg High School weight room at approximately 7:45 a.m. when 24-year-old Mark Becker allegedly