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Latest Republican Party Items
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.
A record number of state legislatures could change party control this year, with Democrats at risk of losing their majorities in more than 20 state chambers, according to a comprehensive analysis.
U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene is making his first public speaking appearance in South Carolina since his unexpected Democratic nomination a month ago.
Florida Republican Senate hopeful Marco Rubio revealed Monday he had raised a state record $4.5 million in the second quarter of 2010, becoming the latest midterm candidate to boast impressive money totals ahead of the filing deadline later this week.
The meanest words you can throw at two-term New York Rep. Michael Arcuri are that he has gone Washington.
One Minnesota governor hopeful framed his open concession to raise taxes as his "Walter Mondale moment."
President Obama's party could lose its House majority in this fall's elections, his spokesman said Sunday, perhaps trying to jolt Democratic voters with the specter of GOP lawmakers rolling back White House policies.
West Virginia's top lawyer cleared the way Thursday for Gov. Joe Manchin III to call for a special election for the late Robert C. Byrd's Senate seat in November.
In his first remarks since his widely condemned comments on the war in Afghanistan, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele said Thursday he "ain't going anywhere" despite calls for his resignation as chairman of the party.