Stuart Rothenberg

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  • Illustration: GOP maze by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

    LAMBRO: Silver lining to GOP's gloomy performance

    Although Barack Obama won a second term and Democrats gained some seats in Congress, the Republicans remain a considerable force to be reckoned with in the 2013-14 election cycle and beyond.

  • Former Rep. Thomas M. Davis III, Virginia Republican

    Redistricting sets up tussles for many congressional seats

    The last time California redrew its congressional districts, Republicans and Democrats cut a deal to preserve all the incumbents, essentially erasing the country's biggest electoral fishing ground from the map in 2002.

  • Illustration: Stuart Rothenberg by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

    SCHIFF: Stuart Rothenberg and the arrogance of honesty

    In the early fall of 2009, just before I announced my candidacy for the U.S. Senate, I was introduced to a number of Washington-based political analysts and journalists. Among the group was Stuart Rothenberg, writer of the Rothenberg Political Report, a classic "inside the Beltway" publication targeted at those whose lives and livelihoods revolve around national politics. His acerbic comments regarding my candidacy in the months that followed reveal the enormous chasm that separates the real world from Washington.


    Analysts: GOP to gain many seats in '10

    The national political landscape for Republicans has improved so dramatically in recent months that election analysts say the only remaining question is how deep the Democrats' losses will be in the 2010 congressional midterm races.

  • GOP comeback in Congress?

    It may be too early to make any predictions about the 2008 elections, but it's likely Republicans will win back some House seats they lost last year.

  • Democratic Congress shows cracks

    Republican campaign strategists and independent election analysts say that after five months of contentious House Democratic rule, the Republican Party's once-bleak congressional prospects for 2008 have markedly improved.

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