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  • In this photo taken Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, Republican Reps. Pete Sessions of Texas, left, and Mike Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania, raise their hands and recite the oath of office as they watch a television broadcast of Speaker of the House John Boehner administering the oath from the House floor, during a reception for Fitzpatrick supporters in the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington. (AP Photo/The Intelligencer, David Garrett)

    Republicans patch over constitutional snafu

    Call it a constitutional do-over. Two days after they took control of the House, Republicans on Friday had to clean up the mess left when two of their members failed to properly take the oath of office, even though they had been voting and conducting business as if they had.

  • Rep. Pete Sessions, Texas Republican, said Monday his "work is not done" at the GOP's House fundraising committee. (Associated Press)

    GOP averts leadership battle as Sessions stays NRCC chief

    Jockeying for the House Republican leadership hierarchy got a bit clearer Monday, as Rep. Pete Sessions said he will remain chairman of the caucus' fundraising arm and won't vie for GOP chief whip — avoiding a potentially contentious intraparty battle.

  • Armstrong Williams (Courtesy of armstrongwilliams.com)

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  • He said Mr. Critz defeated Republican Tim Burns by running away from Mr. Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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  • "Tonight's result was undoubtedly disappointing, but we will take the lessons learned from this campaign and move forward in preparation for November," said Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.

    Primary voters buck establishment →

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