The once-popular former governor might have been a viable candidate before Obamacare. But not now.
The effort aims to combat the vast influence of the National Rifle Association, which has repeatedly beaten back calls for increased gun regulations.
Michelle Nunn had another big quarter. Know who didn’t? Tea party challengers.
The ad notes that two former Tillis staffers engaged in inappropriate relationships with lobbyists.
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The Kentucky secretary of state is also socking away lots of cash, while McConnell spends heavily.
American Unity PAC raised $2.75 million in the first three months of 2014, after raising $260,000 in all of 2013.
The former Florida chief financial officer and 2010 nominee for governor made the announcement Tuesday morning.
The Maryland governor says Democrats would benefit from a real debate.
The super PAC raised more in March than it did in all of 2013 and the first two months of 2014 combined.
Clinton offers a slightly different response to the “will you run” question.
The ruling doesn’t mean gay marriages will be performed in Ohio.
In the process, O’Malley becomes the rare potential presidential candidate who has deregulated the drug
The Hawaii governor had cast doubt on whether the late Sen. Daniel Inouye tried to handpick Rep. Colleen Hanabusa as his successor.
The Obamas made just more than $503,000 and paid about $98,000 in taxes.
The appearance in the neighboring Hawkeye State is Klobuchar’s second in the last eight months.
What to watch and when to watch it.
The former president says presidents like to compare their libraries -- in a certain way.
Shaheen 45, Brown 39.
The former Ga. secretary of state faces a primary with four other major candidates -- all of them men.
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