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Democrat's upset in Wisconsin race sparks hope elsewhere
A surprising Democratic upset in a conservative Wisconsin Senate district where voters overwhelmingly supported President Donald Trump just 14 months ago has raised liberal hopes of more election success coming this fall
Pawlenty says no to Senate bid for Franken's seat
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty says he won't run this year for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Democrat Al Franken
Former Minnesota Gov . Tim Pawlenty says he won't run for US Senate in 2018
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty says he won't run for US Senate in 2018.
GOP struggles to woo candidates in states where Trump won
Republican Kevin Cramer's decision to forgo a Senate campaign in North Dakota is the latest snag for Republicans clinging to a paper-thin majority in the Senate
Sarah Huckabee Sanders named press secretary after Sean Spicer resignation
Sarah Huckabee Sanders was named White House press secretary Friday, hours after Sean Spicer resigned from the position. The promotion for Sanders, who was previously principal deputy press secretary, was announced at the afternoon's press briefing by new White House communications director Anthony
Mom Pens Hilarious Excuse Note About Why Teen Is Late for School
The "GMA" team talks about "teenage-ism" after one fed-up mom wrote an excuse note saying her daughter was late because of the adolescent condition.
Donald Trump's New Finance Head Has History of Donating to Democrats
Donald Trump 's new national finance chairman has at least one thing in common with the boss in that they both have a history of donating to politicians of different political stripes. While his GOP rivals slammed Trump for having donated in the past to his likely competitor, Hillary Clinton , as
Minnesota State Results Election 2016
Minnesota holds its Democratic and Republican caucuses on March 1, 2016. 93 delegates are at stake for the Democrats and 38 delegates for the Republicans. The Twin Cities has the longest consecutive streak of voting Democratic for president of any state. The last time the state went Republican in
How Rubio Plans on Beating Trump for the Nomination
Speaking to a rowdy crowd of about 7,000 in Kennesaw, Georgia, over the weekend, Marco Rubio made a promise: he’ll do whatever it takes to stop GOP front-runner Donald Trump . “I will campaign as hard as it takes, I will stay in this race as long as it takes,” Rubio told the crowd. “A con artist
A Look at the 2016 Republican Field Following the Second Debate
The Powerhouse Roundtable discusses the latest on the Republican candidates.