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Are Asians The New Latino Conundrum for the GOP?
Asian Immigrants Now Outnumber Hispanic Immigrants. Can the GOP Afford to Lose this Voting Bloc?
Coast-to-Coast Drama: ABC Offers In-Depth Look at Top House Races
Tea Party candidates quit their day jobs to run for Congress in this midterm election. Long-time members of Congress are in the political fights of their lives. Elsewhere, Republicans who lost to Democrats in 2008 want their old jobs back and just might get them. Here's our guide to interesting and
The Note: How The West Was Won (Or Lost)
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER THE MAP TO NOV. 2. Republicans and Democrats agree that it's tight as a tick in Colorado where Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet is battling GOP challenger Ken Buck. Recent polls out of the Rocky...
For Dems, 50th State Becomes Hawaii Uh-Oh
Republican Charles Djou Hopes to Win District That Voted 70 Percent for Obama in '08
Which Tea Party Candidates Won?
Candidates backed by the Tea Party scored major victories in Tuesday's mid-term elections even as some of its most high profile candidates suffered upsets. From South Carolina to Wisconsin, candidates endorsed by Tea Party groups defeated Democrats in unlikely states. Nikki Haley became the first
New Hawaii Rep. Djou: Incumbent as ‘Underdog’; ‘Not the Leadership’s Congressman’
Rep. Charles Djou arrived in town last week as the newest member of Congress – and immediately became one of the most endangered incumbents in Washington.
Djou Votes Against Party on Don't Ask Don't Tell
Try to get Tom Campbell we're hoping he's gonna show up and we'll interview him may later in the week but in the meantime we had a great sit down Jon Karl and I spent some time. Which Charles the new congressman from Hawaii Republican of why take a look. Congressman thanks for being here. The first
Political Landscape Gets Murky After Elections in Connecticut, Hawaii
Republican Charles Djou Wins Hawaii House District Where Obama was Born and Raised
Tea Tallies: With Power Comes Peril, for Paul and Backers
By Rick Klein We leave, as always, with more questions than answers. There are questions about what it takes for tea to turn bitter About learning to control a wave, from deep in Pennsylvania About controlling the kind of leaks that spoil coastlines, if not the kind that brings down intelligence
Aloha Means Goodbye for Dems in Hawaii
National Democrats made it official today: They are pulling out of a special election for a House seat in Hawaii, faced with the strong likelihood that the two Democrats in the race will split the vote and hand the seat to the Republican.