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  • Quinn captures lead, not hearts, poll finds

    Quinn captures lead, not hearts, poll finds
    Illinois voters continue to be dissatisfied with the job Democrat Pat Quinn is doing as governor, but so far they're willing to stick with him rather than switch to Republican challenger Bruce Rauner, a new Chicago Tribune poll has found. Although the...
  • Libertarian mood in GOP wanes as Mideast concern rises

    Libertarian mood in GOP wanes as Mideast concern rises
    The Republican Party's libertarian tide, which waxed strongly over the last four years, has begun to recede in the face of growing public fears about Islamic militancy in the Mideast. The latest evidence of the shift comes from a Pew Research Center...
  • Quinn, Rauner spar on Illinois jobs numbers

    Quinn, Rauner spar on Illinois jobs numbers
    The two major governor candidates sparred over jobs numbers Thursday, as Gov. Pat Quinn touted Illinois' lowest unemployment rate since he took office in 2009 while Republican challenger Bruce Rauner maintained the Democrat still isn’t doing...
  • State's job climate gets 2 forecasts

     State's job climate gets 2 forecasts
    The two major governor candidates sparred over jobs numbers Thursday, as Gov. Pat Quinn touted Illinois' lowest unemployment rate since he took office in 2009 while Republican challenger Bruce Rauner maintained that the Democrat still isn't doing enough...
  • PPP Poll: Crist, med pot barely lead

    PPP Poll: Crist, med pot barely lead
    Yet another poll, this one from PPP, finds the governor's race close, showing Democrat Charlie Crist holding a 3 point lead over Republican Gov. Rick Scott, and the medical marijuana initiative floating just above the 60 percent level needed for...
  • Yet another poll shows big lead for Warner

    Yet another poll, this one of likely voters as of just a few days ago, shows Sen. Mark Warner with a more than 20 percentage point lead over GOP challenger Ed Gillespie. Likely voters favor Warner by 53 percent, compared with 31 percent for Gillespie,...
  • Big question in NC Senate race: Who's worse � Obama or GOP?

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. They rose together, both elected in 2008. Now President Barack Obama and Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., are struggling together. Since Obama and Hagan both won in North Carolina six years ago, seen as harbingers of a resurgence of the...
  • NOW presses gubernatorial candidates for answers on women's issues

    NOW presses gubernatorial candidates for answers on women's issues
    Posing a challenge to Republican Larry Hogan, the Maryland chapter of the National Organization for Women has asked candidates for governor to explain their positions on a series of women's health issues. NOW made a formal request Monday that Hogan,...
  • Crist cruises in Florida's gubernatorial Democratic primary

    MIAMI Florida Democrats made it official Tuesday: They want a former Republican governor to beat the current Republican governor. Heading into Tuesday's primary election, Charlie Crist's win over longtime Democrat Nan Rich was never in doubt. Only the...
  • McCain backs Senate challenger Gillespie in Norfolk

    McCain backs Senate challenger Gillespie in Norfolk
    NORFOLK — U.S. Sen. John McCain charged a group of veterans with "one more mission" on Wednesday afternoon: to send Ed Gillespie to the U.S. Senate. Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman and adviser to President George W....
  • Senate challenger Ed Gillespie makes whirlwind stop in Hampton Roads

    Senate challenger Ed Gillespie makes whirlwind stop in Hampton Roads
    VIRGINIA BEACH — The campaign stop by a Republican Senate hopeful Saturday in Virginia Beach felt more like a block party or family reunion, with hot dogs and hamburgers to compliment the short, sweet campaign messages from a couple of national...