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Having watched several promising campaigns collapse in 2012 after candidates made catastrophic mistakes, national Republican leaders are leaving nothing to chance as they prepare for this year's midterm elections.
The Arizona Republican Party formally censured Sen. John McCain on Saturday, citing a voting record they say is insufficiently conservative.
Republican activists are hoping to pass a resolution at an Arizona GOP party meeting that would censure U.S. Sen. John McCain for what they deem a "liberal" voting record.
A group of Arizona Republicans said Friday they are seeking to pass a resolution censuring U.S. Sen. John McCain for a voting record they say is more aligned with liberal Democrats.
Mike Huckabee will need a lot more than a wealthy financial backer for his 2016 GOP presidential-nomination run, he told The Washington Times on Thursday.
To appreciate the hole that Sen. Tom Coburn's looming retirement leaves in the Senate, look at the reactions of his fellow Republicans last week after he made the announcement.
Bridgegate could unexpectedly save him from himself and actually make him a better, more interesting, and dare I say, more mature candidate for 2016.
Someone better remind the Democrats and their legacy-media allies about the law of unintended consequences. The so-called "Bridgegate" scandal has already been the subject of many a political column and commentary, but missing in the analysis is how this unexpected debacle has placed Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey in a unique and possibly beneficial position he never could have (or would have) deliberately designed. It's a situation that could unexpectedly save him from himself and actually make him a better, more interesting, and dare I say, more mature candidate for 2016.
San Antonio Express-News. Jan. 14, 2014.