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  • Same-sex marriage: 'Ayep,' in Maine

     
    by Mark Silva and updated again at 5 pm EDT "Ayep.'' With the stroke of a governor's pen, the first man to take this man will be able to step forward in the fourth state, Maine, to acknowledge same-sex marriage.......
  • Ohio: John Kasich filing for guv today

     
    by Mark Silva It's getting to be that time again: The 2010 elections are right around the corner, and they're going to get pretty interesting in some of the most heavily contested states and congressional districts next year. In Ohio,......
  • Jack Kemp: 'Bleeding-heart conservative'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Michael Steele, chairman of the Republican National Committee, today remembers Jack Kemp, the party's 1996 vice presidential nominee, housing secretary and onetime Buffalo Bills quarterback iwho passed away last night. "For...
  • Specter's chances: Ridge lessens them

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsyvlania may have made a reelection-enhancing move with his switch to the Democratic Party. Specter, a five-termer and the state's longest-serving senator, conceded that his chances for another term would have...
  • Souter retiring; Obama's first court pick

     
    by David G. Savage Justice David H. Souter, a New Hampshire Republican who became a key liberal vote on the Supreme Court, reportedly plans to retire this summer, clearing the way for President Obama to make his first nomination to......
  • Eliot Spitzer: 51 percent for governor

     
    by Mark Silva This is how bad things have gotten for New York Gov. David Paterson: A narrow majority of New Yorkers surveyed say they'd take former Gov. Eliot Spitzer back. Spitzer, the Democrat who made his name as a......
  • Republican reboot: Well-worn shoes

     
    by Mark Silva The rebooting of the Republican Party will be televised. A couple of the party's more charismatic conservatives - Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney - met at a suburban Washington pizza parlor over the weekend to start a......
  • Bright spot for Paterson -- his handling of swine flu

     
    While his overall job performance continues to tank, Gov. David A. Paterson is receiving good grades for his handling of the swine flu outbreak, according to a poll released Monday. Forty-six percent of voters told the Marist College Institute......
  • Supreme Court: 'The diversity criteria'

     
    by Mark Silva Anyone seriously interested in filling the imminent opening on the Supreme Court is probably loathe to get on too many publicly discussed lists, but our friend and colleague Jan Crawford Greenburg and the crew at ABC News......
  • Blagojevich's book deal: 'Six figures'

     
    by Mark Silva Write your own lede here:.... The second sentence goes like this: The publicist for impeached former Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Illinois says the ousted governor is writing a book. The book will be "exposing the dark side......
  • Bristol Palin: Town hall in New York

     
    by Mark Silva The "town hall'' has taken hold as a favorite forum for political candidates and office-holders alike. But the star attraction at a town hall meeting in New York on Wednesday is neither a candidate nor an office-holder.......