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Former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes won the Democratic nomination Tuesday in his comeback bid for that office.
As Republicans look toward a November election in which the tide is running strongly in their favor, they think of 1994 and see conditions that look similar: Obamacare's aftermath looks like Hillarycare's, and the incumbent president's popularity had slipped then as it has now.
Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday he is seriously considering seeking the Republican presidential nomination and will announce his decision early next year.
Most of the current problems facing America stem directly from the failure of our elected representatives to follow the Constitution. Much of what the Tea Party activists are demanding, often without explicitly saying so, is a return to the principles and procedures found in the Constitution. Many of those running for office are venting about excessive spending, deficits, taxation, regulation and so forth, but are struggling to say what they are for and what they would actually work to accomplish once they are elected.
President Obama took his health care argument directly to television viewers Wednesday - or at least to one network's viewers.
Despite canceling campaign events and all but shirking the campaign trail, President Bush a week away from the election is still the dominant factor for Republicans and Democrats up and down the ticket.
Two years after he resigned from the House, former Republican leader Tom DeLay says conservatives haven't bottomed out from their 2006 election losses and it will take years before the Republican Party can compete.
Bob Barr's Libertarian presidential campaign is poised to play a serious role in this year's elections, with early polls showing him taking away enough votes from Sen. John McCain to give Democrats a chance to win states that should be safely Republican.