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Jacqueline Klimas

Jacqueline Klimas

Jacqueline Klimas covers Capitol Hill for The Washington Times. She can be reached at

Articles by Jacqueline Klimas

David Brat's upset win in a GOP primary earlier this year over former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor with a much smaller budget may have caused a "minirevolution" in political spending, encouraging others to look into more grass-roots advertising on the Internet. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Online campaign ads may prove decisive in midterm elections

From YouTube to Vine, political campaigns are testing the boundaries of online messaging and advertising — but they are still far more timid than other industries in harnessing the Internet's potential to reach voters or customers. Published September 28, 2014

President Obama has been called "Deporter in Chief" by a Hispanic advocacy group critical of his immigration policy. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)

Hispanic approval of Obama drops, poll says

The president's approval rating among Hispanics has dropped, though it still remains above the national average, a poll released Friday said. Published September 26, 2014

Democrat Michelle Nunn, center, a U.S. Senate candidate, greets supportes after a candidates forum with Republican nominee David Perdue, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Macon, Ga. The Georgia race is one of the most closely watched this year as Republicans make a push to take control of the Senate for the last two years of Obama's term. (AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Kent D. Johnson)  MARIETTA DAILY OUT; GWINNETT DAILY POST OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; WXIA-TV OUT; WGCL-TV OUT

Senate race in Georgia a toss-up, poll says

The Senate race in Georgia — one of the races that could decide which party controls the Senate next session — is in a virtual tie, according to a new poll. Published September 24, 2014

Scaffolding continues to go up on the dome of the U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., Thursday, September 18, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Majority of Americans want third party, poll shows

The majority of Americans think the country needs a third political party because the current party system does "such a poor job" of representing the country, a poll released Wednesday said. Published September 24, 2014