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  • Obama makes surprise visit to Ted Lieu for Congress headquarters

    President Obama made a surprise stop Thursday at the Venice campaign headquarters for state Sen. Ted Lieu, who is running for Congress. Lieu, a Democrat from Torrance who is favored to succeed retiring Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) in the Nov....
  • Wasserman Schultz, Kaufman race a clear contrast

    Wasserman Schultz, Kaufman race a clear contrast
    Voters in District 23 this election year face a clear choice between a high-profile Democratic congresswoman who strenuously promotes Obamacare and a Republican challenger who warns that the new health care law will "destroy the American economy."...
  • Dana Milbank: You can be 100 percent sure not all data is correct

    Dana Milbank: You can be 100 percent sure not all data is correct
    WASHINGTON — In the old days, life had many hardships. Among these: the need to wait until Election Day to determine who had won. But now Big Data has saved us from this struggle. Even close races can be predicted with mathematical precision. We...
  • Sachs-Bogdanoff race is key to GOP supermajority

    Sachs-Bogdanoff race is key to GOP supermajority
    There's the governor's race, and then there's the battle for state Senate district 34. The seat, which straddles the eastern portions of Broward and Palm Beach counties, is that important. If Ellyn Bogdanoff wins the rematch of her unsuccessful 2012...
  • Charlie Crist places heavier bet on South Florida than Rick Scott

    Gov. Rick Scott is omnipresent in South Florida — through paid ads on television. On Wednesday, Scott campaigned in the region in person. Appearing in Boca Raton with a political celebrity — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a possible 2016...
  • Petit Calls For End To Early Release Program

    CHESHIRE — Dr. William Petit and a former Republican state senator called Wednesday for ending the Malloy administration's early release program for violent criminals. Standing on the town green in Cheshire, Petit signed a petition that is being...
  • Republicans descend on Kansas to revive floundering Senate campaign

    WASHINGTON/TOPEKA (Reuters) - The Republican Party is making an 11th-hour push to hold a historically conservative U.S. Senate seat in Kansas, where some polls show independent Greg Orman pulling ahead of incumbent Pat Roberts just weeks before the Nov. 4...
  • 6 races both parties view completely differently�

    While Democratic and Republican operatives have their own analysis on each race, they often agree on how close a race is and which candidate has the edge. Sometimes, however, they have wildly different views on where races stand. In California's 52nd...
  • 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...
  • Maine governor, Democratic challenger face off amid tight race

    PORTLAND Maine (Reuters) - Maine Governor Paul LePage, a Tea Party-backed Republican who is locked in a tight re-election battle, scrapped with his Democratic challenger on Wednesday in a debate that focused on economic issues, while an independent...
  • Hagan, Tillis make appeals to women in North Carolina Senate contest

    WASHINGTON The political gender gap is alive and well this year in the North Carolina Senate race. Polls show that Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan has one of the biggest margins of support among women in any of the close contests that will determine which...