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  • In key election states, conservative groups build a ground game

    In key election states, conservative groups build a ground game
    For much of her 17 years as a financial planner, Molly Vogt never imagined she'd become a political activist. But she was outraged by the financial crisis, launching an economy-focused women's group called "My Purse Politics" and ultimately taking a full-time job with Americans for Prosperity. She calls it a role she will fill "until I can get government out of my way."
  • Turnout will be crucial in tightening NC Senate battle

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Jordan DeLoatch, a Duke University senior from Cary, set out on a recent Saturday with a clipboard to knock on doors for Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, ready to talk about whatever voters had on their minds. Most people, if they're home,...

    School-voucher groups fill mailboxes with malarkey

    School-voucher groups fill mailboxes with malarkey
    If lies were dollars, most of us could use our mailboxes as ATMs this campaign season. Consequently, the Malarkey Meter is working overtime, ferreting out fibs, falsehoods and fabrications. Today we have several. But we're going to first focus on a...

    Oberweis faces uphill battle to unseat Durbin

     Oberweis faces uphill battle to unseat Durbin
    When an audience member at a recent City Club of Chicago luncheon asked state Sen. Jim Oberweis if he planned to challenge U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, a fellow Republican, in 2016, the question drew nervous laughter from the crowd. Oberweis, who is...

    Cookie cutter campaigns [Commentary]

    Cookie cutter campaigns [Commentary]
    Thousands of miles on the road this summer and fall have afforded me the opportunity to observe a variety of political ads from across the spectrum. Herewith, observations from the heartland: I assume the relentless Democratic campaign to demonize the...