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  • The National Republican Senatorial Committee is showering Black Friday shoppers with fliers showcasing Democrats up for re-election who endorsed Obamacare, such as Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana. (National Republican Senatorial Committee)

    Inside the Beltway: Republican Black Friday special

    Attention shoppers: The Grand Old Party has a message for you. The National Republican Senatorial Committee is intent on grabbing the attention of Black Friday bargain hunters in Louisiana, Michigan, Alaska, Iowa and Georgia — all home to Democrats who are now vulnerable for re-election in 2014 because of their fierce endorsement of Obamacare.

  • **FILE** U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley, Iowa Democrat, speaks in Dubuque, Iowa, on Oct. 29, 2010. (Associated Press)

    New GOP ads hit Obamacare 'exemption,' Iowa congressman

    The National Republican Senatorial Committee on Friday will take their first swipe at Democrats in the wake of an Obama administration decision to let federal lawmakers and their staffs keep the government subsidy that offsets much of their insurance premiums costs — even though they will enter state-based health exchanges under "Obamacare."

  • Political Scene

    A Republican production firm was behind a casting call that sought actors who looked like hicks to portray West Virginians in a U.S. Senate race ad, an e-mail released Thursday shows.

  • Illustration: Sore GOP by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    MORRISSEY: Sore loser party

    The primary process exists in American politics as a mechanism in which members of a party can hold its incumbents accountable, as well as allow voters to determine the candidate they feel best fits their views, goals and mood in a general election. Both parties support this process rhetorically, cheering on a good debate and then demanding unity behind the winner at the end - which has traditionally been either an incumbent or a favorite of the party establishment.

  • Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell smiles while addressing supporters after winning the Republican nomination for Senate in Delaware, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010, in Dover, Ms. O'Donnell upset Rep. Mike Castle. (AP Photo/Rob Carr)

    O'Donnell gets GOP establishment backing

    The National Republican Senatorial Committee on Wednesday enthusiastically endorsed Christine O'Donnell's bid for Senate, one day after the "tea party" favorite defeated party establishment candidate Rep. Mike Castle in the GOP primary in Delaware.

  • Carly Fiorina

    GOP reserves $1.75M for ads in Calif. Senate race

    Republicans have reserved $1.75 million for television ads to help Carly Fiorina in the final week of the California Senate race.

  • In this file photo, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele prepares to speak at the "Bless The Mic" lecture series at Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Ark., Monday, Sept. 21, 2009. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

    RNC looking low on cash as midterm elections loom

    Just months before critical midterm elections, the Republican National Committee is hurting for cash more than at any similar period in memory, according to figures reported this week.

  • Democrats' strong boxes

    November's congressional elections, which installed Democrats in control of both the House and the Senate, have caused major reverberations for the House and Senate fund-raising committees of each party. The Democratic committees have have achieved amazing hard-money fund-raising advantages during the first six months of 2007. Today we will review how things have changed on the Senate side.

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