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Colorado Democrats Bennet and Romanoff wage nasty, personal Senate battle:  Challenger's aggressive campaign pays off with lead in Senate primary (Post, August 7, 2010)

Snyder wins in Michigan, Moran in Kansas; Rep. Kilpatrick loses primary (washingtonpost.com, August 4, 2010; 10:52 AM)

Michigan chooses candidates for governor; Missouri Senate race shapes up:  In Missouri, Rep. Blunt wins GOP nod in race for Bond's open seat (Post, August 4, 2010)

Republicans regain generic ballot edge (washingtonpost.com, August 3, 2010; 11:41 AM)

Sharron Angle: Press should 'ask the questions we want to answer' (washingtonpost.com, August 3, 2010; 9:55 AM)

Andrew Romanoff surges in Colorado Senate (washingtonpost.com, August 2, 2010; 9:41 AM)

2010 likely to bring more negative campaign ads than ever, analyst says:  Contested elections, vulnerable incumbents heighten negativity (Post, July 29, 2010)

House Democrats face a dilemma with Rangel trial:  Concern grows that ethic proceedings may affect midterm elections (Post, July 27, 2010)

GOP strategists concerned about Colorado governor's race (Post, July 22, 2010)

In S.C., controversial Senate candidate Greene makes first campaign appearance:  Controversial Senate candidate discusses education and jobs (Post, July 19, 2010)

Fundraising winners and losers for the quarter (Post, July 19, 2010)

Democrats target midterms with nationwide voter registration drive (Post, July 15, 2010; 5:39 PM)

Parties crossing the aisle to reshape 2012 presidential nominations (Post, July 15, 2010; 3:39 PM)

More setbacks for campaign finance rules; lawmakers, staffers get free golf:  But lawmakers, staffers get to play for free (Post, July 15, 2010)

Two parties claim victory in Mexico elections after campaign marred by violence:  Calderón's foes win 9 governor's seats after violence-marred contest (Post, July 6, 2010)

DIGEST:  Interim Polish leader Komorowski leads in presidential exit polls (Post, July 5, 2010)

America's heartland sees little need for a political insurrection:  Missouri voters frustrated, too, but in Senate race, they're not ready for a complete insurgency (Post, July 4, 2010)

Despite BP corporate code, firm has made political contributions:  Despite corporate code, oil firm has made political contributions (Post, June 30, 2010)

Roberts led Supreme Court through assertive term:  Assertive rulings stole spotlight from ideological divide (Post, June 30, 2010)

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