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  • Frosh for attorney general

    Frosh for attorney general
    Much of the day-to-day work of Maryland's attorney general involves managing a legion of attorneys who provide counsel and legal advice to state government agencies large and small and to various boards and commissions. Nonetheless, the job is not to...
  • Ethics office finds 'substantial reason to believe' Georgia Rep. Broun broke law

    WASHINGTON The House Ethics Committee is investigating whether Republican Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia broke the law by using official congressional office funds to pay for communications help in his political campaigns. The committee made public the...
  • Paul Greenberg: A name to remember

    It is painful, with a heavily contested race for the U.S. Senate here in Arkansas entering its last days, to review some of the lowlights of the long-time incumbent's years on the public payroll. It is hard to decide which has been the lowest in Mark...
  • Common Core: Parents more negative, teachers mixed, polls show

    Common Core: Parents more negative, teachers mixed, polls show
    American teacher are divided about Common Core academic standards, with 44 percent viewing them negatively and 41 percent seeing them in a positive light, according to a new Gallup poll released today. Parents are divided too, but their views have grown...
  • Bill Clinton leads rallies for House candidates in tight races

    Bill Clinton leads rallies for House candidates in tight races
    Former President Bill Clinton stumped for Democrats on Wednesday in some of California's most hotly contested House races. At a morning rally at Oxnard College, Clinton told a gymnasium full of party faithful and students that they must vote in the Nov....
  • Few Latinos 'angry' over Obama immigration policy, but support slips

    Few Latinos 'angry' over Obama immigration policy, but support slips
    Only a small minority of Latino voters report that they are “angry” over President Obama’s decision this year to delay executive action on immigration reform, but disappointment over his deportation policies is widespread, and...
  • Zawistowski Faces Doering In 61st House District

    Zawistowski Faces Doering In 61st House District
    The race for the 61st House District pits incumbent Republican Tami Zawistowski against Democratic challenger Joe Doering. The district includes Suffield, East Granby and Windsor. Zawistowski won the seat in a special election in April following the...
  • Democratic Senate Candidate Accuses Opponent's Campaign of Harassment

    Democratic Senate Candidate Accuses Opponent's Campaign of Harassment
    HARTFORD – A Democratic senate candidate is charging that someone connected to her Republican opponent's campaign is responsible for a slew of anonymous “harassing phone calls” she’s been receiving in recent days. State Rep....
  • Is negativity best way to decide an election?

    Is negativity best way  to decide an election?
    A few weeks ago, I wrote about rampant voter apathy in Florida. Now, I'm beginning to understand why so many people are so indifferent here. With early voting nearly complete, and Election Day itself imminent, it's impossible to turn on the TV without...
  • Lieutenant governor candidates bring different resumes, roles

     Lieutenant governor candidates bring different resumes, roles
    Pat Quinn is running for re-election as governor Tuesday, but no one on the ballot may have a keener appreciation of the pitfalls and potential upside for the winner of a related battle for lieutenant governor between Democrat Paul Vallas and Republican...
  • Hillary Clinton to Iowa voters: 'Dig deep' for Democrat Bruce Braley

    On her second trip to Iowa since her presidential caucus loss in 2008, Hillary Rodham Clinton got a piece of Iowa swag that could prove useful for her new grandchild -- and for Clinton herself if she runs in 2016: a black and gold University of Iowa...