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  • Smartphoning campaign donations

    Smartphoning campaign donations
    Something strange is happening: a California state agency is developing an innovative, user-friendly idea that can be implemented easily and quickly. It's creative and, so far, non-controversial. And it can become a reality without the governor or...
  • Will companies go wild on campaign spending?

    When it comes to spending big money on national elections, the rhetoric goes, corporations are about to walk through the swinging saloon doors of a new era in campaign finance with their checkbook holsters packed and ready for a Wild West-like shootout....
  • Many Chicago Democrats untapped by pro-Obama super PAC

    Many Chicago Democrats untapped by pro-Obama super PAC
    So far, almost all of Chicago's top Democratic donors have abstained from giving to Priorities USA Action, the leading super PAC supporting President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. According to records released late Thursday, only a half-dozen or...
  • Longest-serving GOP senator could go down in tough primary

    Longest-serving GOP senator could go down in tough primary
    Dick Lugar, the Senate's longest-serving Republican, could become the latest political casualty in the struggle between the party's conservatives and moderates when he faces Richard Mourdock, Indiana's state treasurer, in a primary Tuesday. Over 36 years...
  • Murphy's Push To Strip Rights From Non-People Scary

    Thursday brings our annual celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in that storied year, 1776. The defiant document was preceded by Americans commanded by George Washington chasing their British masters out of Boston and followed...
  • No joke: Stephen Colbert wants naming rights to S.C. GOP primary

     
    Stephen Colbert: Cable TV satirist Stephen Colbert is not giving up on his efforts to gain the naming rights to the Republican primary in his home state of South Carolina....
  • Roseanne Barr is running for president as a Green Party candidate

     
    Roseanne Barr has filed the official paperwork necessary to run for the Green Party nomination for president of the United States. Roseanne Barr says she expects Jill Stein to be the Green Party nominee, but is running anyway to communicate the party's...
  • Connie Mack began campaign push in early November

     
    U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV, R-Fort Myers, officially announced his campaign for the U.S. Senate Nov. 28 but word was on the streets weeks earlier that he was preparing. As rumors swirled for weeks before that announcement, Mack and his staff stayed pretty...
  • 'Colbert Report' halted as host's mother is ill; fans show support

     
    "The Colbert Report": Stephen Colbert canceled tapings of "The Colbert Report" to be with his ill mother, according to several reports. But even while he's off, Stephen Colbert's political fortunes continue to rise....
  • Tuesdy Morning Reads: Tax incentives, beaches and campaign refunds

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Tuesday. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning. * The Sun Sentinel reports that outdoor smoking bans could be coming to South Florida beaches and parks. * AP notes that the people who will decide...
  • Group pushes to limit corporate influence on elections

     
    Area residents seeking to limit corporate spending on elections turned to the Naperville City Council for support Tuesday night, but got little backing on their …...