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Meet 2014's Top Mega-Donors
The overwhelming number of Americans who will vote in the mid-term elections on Nov. 5 won't have contributed a penny to their candidates' campaigns. But a handful of people will have given more. A lot more. More than a quarter of the $6 billion contributed to campaigns in 2012 came from about
It's a 'House Of Cards' World and We're Just Living in It
“House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey says Netflix’s twisted political thriller and real-life Washington are eerily similar. “We can get done shooting on a day and I’ll come home and turn on the news, and I’ll think, you know, our storylines are not that crazy,”...
Chamber of Commerce Ad Blitz in 9 House Districts
The Chamber of Commerce has become a major player in House races, since only last week. In yet another state where the presidential race is all but settled and the airwaves are relatively quiet, the U.S. Chamber will fill the void with a series of...
Romney Dominates In Denver, But The Proof Will Be In The Polling (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: KEEPING SCORE: ABC’s Jake Tapper reported on “Good Morning America” today that Obama officials are conceding Mitt Romney seemed more polished in last night’s debate. Some Obama campaign aides even said that President Obama
Chicago Billionaire Leads Hedge Fund Shift Away from Obama
Kenneth Griffin, Former Obama 'Bundler,' Among Many Financiers Who Bankrolled GOP Mid-Term Success
Republicans Gain More House Seats; Two Races Still Undecided
As freshman lawmakers chart out the course for the next Congress, incumbents are holding their breath in two House races around the country that could determine whether Republicans will gain a greater advantage in the next Congress. Republicans on Tuesday won two additional seats in the House,
Alec Baldwin’s No. 1 Target? Meet Randy Altschuler
ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: For a small indication of how campaigns never end, Republican Randy Altschuler has already drawn a potential challengers for his House race in 2012 – even before Altschuler is declared the winner in his 2010 race.
Altschuler on Alec Baldwin: 'I Like His Show'
Congressional Candidate Randy Altschuler (R-NY) discusses unresolved 2010 race.
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, November 8th, 2010
Compiled by ABC News Digital News Associates and Desk Assistants CLAUDIA MORALES, JAYCE HENDERSON, JACQUELINE NG FERNANDEZ AND MAGGY PATRICK PRESIDENT OBAMA Politico’s Josh Gerstein: “President Obama, on '60 Minutes,' blames his leadership” President Barack Obama acknowledged a series of...
Democratic Survivors' Scenarios Could Help Both Parties in 2012
Figuring Out Why Some Democrats Won While Others Didn't Could Help Both Parties in 2012