Christine O'Donnell

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  • "We're not happy with Sen. Lugar's progressive, liberal stance that has worsened over the years," says Monica Boyer, president of the Kosciusko County, Ind.-based tea party group Silent No More. (Associated Press)

    Tea party already gearing up for '12

    The tea party movement that helped elect dozens of fiscal conservatives in 2010 to give Republicans control of the House is already mobilizing and recruiting candidates in a bid to take over the Senate next year as well.


  • Failed U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell denies accusations that she misspent campaign funds and suspects a political smear. (Associated Press)

    O'Donnell lawyer: Campaign reviews spending

    An attorney for former Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has told federal regulators the campaign could not afford finance professionals to oversee its early spending and is now trying to reconcile bank records with its federal spending reports.


  • Failed U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell denies accusations that she misspent campaign funds and suspects a political smear. (Associated Press)

    O'Donnell denies misspending funds

    Failed U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell said Thursday that accusations she misspent campaign funds are politically motivated and stoked by disgruntled former campaign workers.


  • ** FILE ** Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell speaks at a Sussex County Republican Committee picnic on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, in Lincoln, Del. (AP Photo/Jessica Kourkounis)

    'I'm not a witch' picked as top quote of year

    Christine O'Donnell's TV-ad declaration "I'm not a witch" during her U.S. Senate campaign topped this year's best quotes, according to a Yale University librarian.


  • FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2010 file photo, Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell waves before giving her concession speech to supporters in Dover, Del. O'Donnell will offer her take on the campaign and her ''frustrations'' with the political process, St. Martin's Press announced Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Publication is scheduled for August 2011. (AP Photo/Rob Carr, file)

    Christine O'Donnell has book deal

    Christine O'Donnell has lost an election, but gained a book deal.


  • Associated Press
Former Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell will keynote a Northern Virginia Tea Party banquet on Tuesday.

    Inside the Beltway

    The czar roster expands: The White House has created a new position to investigate shortcomings in national security that ultimately led to the WikiLeaks debacle - still destined to be special section, front-page news at the New York Times through Wednesday.


  • FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2010 file photo, Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell waves before giving her concession speech to supporters in Dover, Del. O'Donnell will offer her take on the campaign and her ''frustrations'' with the political process, St. Martin's Press announced Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Publication is scheduled for August 2011. (AP Photo/Rob Carr, file)

    Christine O'Donnell has book deal.

    Christine O'Donnell has lost an election, but gained a book deal.


  • San Francisco Giants' pitcher Brian Wilson holds the World Series trophy after the Giants defeated the Texas Rangers 3-1 in game 5 to win the series at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas on November 1, 2010. The Giants won the series 4 games to 1. UPI/Pool

    Political Scene

    President Obama will hold a press conference on Wednesday, the White House said Tuesday as the nation voted in midterm elections.


  • Delaware GOP Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell speaks to a Tea Party Express rally Sunday in Wilmington, Del. (Associated Press)

    Rhetoric heats up in homestretch

    President Obama desperately sought to reignite the coalition that pushed him to power in 2008, while Sarah Palin blamed "corrupt bastards" for trying to hinder Senate candidate Joe Miller of Alaska, and in North Carolina, a federal judge ordered steps to prevent voting-machine problems.


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