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'World News' Political Insights -- Coast-to-Coast Strategy Positions GOP for Takeover
Republicans are entering the campaign's final stretch poised to sweep back into power in the House of Representatives, with historic gains likely to stem from a broad political strategy that's aligned itself with the national mood . In the Senate, GOP chances of a takeover appear narrower than they
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
Freshman Ohio Rep . Steve Driehaus in Tough Rematch With Predecessor
Two years ago, disaffected voters here helped to elect Barack Obama president and also elected Democrat Steve Driehaus to Congress -- sending Steve Chabot, the Republican who represented them for seven terms in the House, packing. Now, in a rematch that most political insiders have declared an
Broadcasters Say They're Seeing More Demands To Take Down Political Ads
Although Political Ads are Generally Protected By the First Amendment, Protests Can Blunt the Attacks
The Note: A Tale Of Two Majorities
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER ALL OVER THE MAP. As Democratic prospects for holding onto the Senate have improved, the same can’t be said for Democratic chances to hold their majority in the House. With just over two weeks...
The Note: Dem-Mentum In The Senate?
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER SENATE MOMENTUM. Are we seeing the momentum shift in the battle for the Senate? As the playing field expands in the House, polls are showing Democrats looking better in Connecticut, Washington State, Nevada, Pennsylvania...
'Which Candidate is the Incumbent?'
I'm Steve Driehaus and I approve this message. After fourteen years in Washington congressman Shannon say about anything and we are. Patents pending. A song that voted for record spending and deficit in this special interests that took hundreds of thousands from Wall Street. And 127000. From the
Anti-Abortion Rights Democrat Met with Obama, Remains Undecided
The White House is not making public who the President personally lobbies on the health reform bill – only that he has spoken personally with three dozen Congressmen since Monday. But we are learning, in drips and drabs, from Capitol Hill who is getting these meetings.
The Week: Health care prospects in balance, but politics are set
By Rick Klein : The politics isn’t waiting on the policy. This is the week that health care either does or doesn’t get done. But the law of this land is that the choices for 2010 have already been made. And those trying to decide whether it’s better for your party (either party) for health care to
Health care debate could affect 2010 races
When anesthesiologist Andy Harris appeared on a cable news show last month in his white doctor's coat to discuss the health care debate in Congress, his message was about more than the pros and cons of the legislation. Harris, a Maryland state senator who is running for a U.S. House seat, was also