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Despite BP corporate code, firm has made political contributions (Post, June 29, 2010; 3:29 PM)

Van Hollen and White House optimistic about controversial campaign finance bill (Post, June 21, 2010; 5:43 PM)

Bingo is chief beneficiary of Michigan PAC:  Mich. Democratic club raises millions, gives little to campaigns (Post, June 21, 2010)

Democrats spend big to lure Obama's minority and young voters back to the polls:  Democrats spend big on minorities and the young for an edge in tight races (Post, June 20, 2010)

Greene still a mystery in S.C.:  A week later, and Greene's Senate nomination still mystifies many (Post, June 17, 2010)

Intrigue surrounding S.C.'s Democratic primary deepens (Post, June 11, 2010; 7:45 PM)

In primaries, female candidates didn't make gender an issue:  Primaries include diverse female candidates who aren't making their sex an issue (Post, June 10, 2010)

California voters choose to get rid of party primaries with passage of Prop 14:  Democrats, Republicans dismayed by passage of Proposition 14 (Post, June 10, 2010)

Primaries and polls show tea party's organizational struggles (Post, June 9, 2010; 11:34 AM)

Arizona blocked from subsidizing state candidates facing privately funded foes:  Governor will be among those most hurt by Supreme Court decision (Post, June 9, 2010)

Sunday Take: California's possible solution to partisan politics (Post, June 6, 2010)

Democrats launch effort to get 2008 first-time voters back to polls for midterms (Post, June 4, 2010; 12:03 PM)

President's party takes hits in South Korean midterm elections (Post, June 3, 2010)

Union fails in move aimed at N.C. Democrats who opposed health bill (Post, May 31, 2010; 5:34 PM)

Hawaii holds special election for House seat; Democrats expect loss in Obama's birthplace (Post, May 22, 2010; 11:29 AM)

Corporate PACs betting on Republicans to regain control of Congress:  CORPORATE GIVING SHIFTS
Pattern shows change since Obama took office
(Post, May 22, 2010)

Democrats discuss whether to do away with 'superdelegates' (Post, May 21, 2010; 10:18 PM)

For GOP's female candidates, a big-name den mother (By Chris Cillizza, May 17, 2010)

The Influence Industry: Disclose Act could deter involvement in elections (Post, May 13, 2010)

In Hawaii, intraparty feud may cost Democrats a seat in Congress:  Battle between two House candidates could mean GOP win (Post, May 7, 2010)

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