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  • New Hampshire Senate: Democrat Jeanne Shaheen wins reelection

    New Hampshire Senate: Democrat Jeanne Shaheen wins reelection
    New Hampshire Democrat Jeanne Shaheen won reelection to a second Senate term Tuesday, withstanding a late push by Republicans to use a toxic national political environment against her. Shaheen, the first woman in the nation ever elected both governor...
  • An hourly guide to midterm election race viewing

    One usually surefire way to gauge the political climate on election night is to follow the clock of poll closings across the nation, east to west. But this is no normal midterm. Several races are expected to be razor-close to the very end, and some...
  • Candidates Should Nix Outside Spending

    Candidates Should Nix Outside Spending
    Connecticut's popular system to publicly finance campaigns for statewide office and the General Assembly helps ensure candidates raise funds and spend time with the people they are running to represent. Under the Citizens Election Program, the state's...
  • Science, politics face off in grudge match over Ebola rules

    Science, politics face off in grudge match over Ebola rules
    Confused by the ins and outs of how the governors of New York and New Jersey are coping with the Ebola crisis? Relax, there is an answer, but in this midterm election year, it appears that politics is trumping science. As German social scientist Max...
  • The secret behind the midterm election

    The secret behind the midterm election
    There's a hidden history to the nasty midterm election campaign that will, mercifully, end on Nov. 4. What's not being widely talked about is as important as what's in the news. Underappreciated fact No. 1: The number of Democratic seats that are not in...
  • Republicans hold lead in tight race for Senate control

    Republicans hold lead in tight race for Senate control
    Republicans hold a narrow, but steady, lead in the contest for control of the Senate, according to polls released Sunday. Enough races remain extremely close that Democrats could still keep control of the chamber, but only if all the breaks go their...
  • O'Malley headed back to New Hampshire

    O'Malley headed back to New Hampshire
    Gov. Martin O'Malley plans to return to New Hampshire Monday to stump for a U.S. Senate and gubernatorial candidate there, aides said. The visit marks his fifth trip to this early primary state this year as term-limited O'Malley spends his final...
  • Some Senate candidates seize on terrorism as campaign issue

    Some Senate candidates seize on terrorism as campaign issue
    Far behind in the polls and in need of a bump, a Republican running for Senate in New Mexico recently turned to the image of the knife-wielding Islamic State militant who beheaded an American journalist, building a campaign advertisement that flashes on...
  • Can nudity help a candidate win a House election?

    Can nudity help a candidate win a House election?
    In my column on Wednesday, I recommended a half-dozen political commercials from this year’s Senate campaigns -- the good, the bad, and the silly. But there wasn’t enough room in the print version to list all of this year’s noteworthy...
  • Scott Brown latest in GOP to distance himself from 'personhood' issue

    Scott Brown latest in GOP to distance himself from 'personhood' issue
    New Hampshire Senate candidate Scott Brown has become the latest Republican to distance himself from an effort to support full human rights for individuals from conception onward. At its convention over the weekend, the New Hampshire Republican Party...
  • Islamic State at the border: Fearful new focus of GOP campaign ads

    Islamic State at the border: Fearful new focus of GOP campaign ads
    For years, Republican opposition to immigration reform has exacted a steep political cost, the enmity of Latino voters. But now some are pivoting to a less perilous¬†argument for their opposition to reordering the nation’s immigration laws: It&...