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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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  • Keep an eye on the House

    Keep an eye on the House
    There is a forgotten contest in this year's U.S. midterm elections. Actually, there are 435 of them: the races for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. In most midterms, House elections are the barometer that measures the state of public...
  • Hillary Clinton scheduled to appear at Brown fundraiser

    Hillary Clinton scheduled to appear at Brown fundraiser
    Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to host what might be the single biggest fundraiser for Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown tonight in Potomac. The former secretary of state and potential presidential candidate is headlining Brown's 5 p.m. event at...
  • Analysis: Shutdown as a campaign issue? That was so last year

    WASHINGTON Even before the government started shutting down, one year ago Tuesday night, it seemed a sure bet that throughout the coming campaign congressional Republicans would be made to rue the political consequences of their showdown strategy....
  • U.S. judge dismisses Republican challenge to SEC pay-to-play rule

    (Reuters) - A federal judge in Washington late on Tuesday dismissed a challenge by two state Republican parties of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rule that imposes restrictions on asset managers who donate to political campaigns, handing the...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises

    Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises
    There is a forgotten contest in this year's U.S. midterm elections. Actually, there are 435 of them: the races for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Thanks to shifting population patterns and redistricting, the Republicans start with an...
  • Reject Amendment 3: Editorial

    Reject Amendment 3: Editorial
    Two branches of government in Florida, led by the governor and the Legislature, have been in the hands of the same party for the past 15 years. Only the third branch, the nonpartisan judiciary, has occasionally stood in the way of either, when judges have...
  • Local lawmakers advocate minimum wage increase

    Local lawmakers advocate minimum wage increase
    Local lawmakers, including Republican state Sen. Pat Browne, say it's about time for a minimum wage increase in Pennsylvania. On Monday afternoon, supporters of raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 in the state met in Allentown. The rally was...
  • Keeping options open, Mitt Romney alters reality on 47% remark

    Would-be presidential candidates often keep their options open in defiance of reality, which perhaps explains why Mitt Romney, who has twice lost presidential bids, has been making a few hints that he may not be done seeking the White House. But in an...
  • Huppke: Voters should get a cut of campaign ad money

    Huppke: Voters should get a cut of campaign ad money
    The midterm elections approach with the subtlety of a tacky neighbor's 15-foot-tall inflatable yard pumpkin. It's presently impossible to click on a television or open a Web page without seeing video of some politician lying to us. And that's OK, to...
  • Sen. Thompson's challenger DeAguilera calls for change

    Sen. Thompson's challenger DeAguilera calls for change
    Edward DeAguilera knows he's fighting an uphill battle to become the state senator in Florida's 12th district. Republican DeAguilera, 40, a political newcomer, is challenging incumbent Democrat Geraldine Thompson, 65, in a district where the number of...
  • When Charlie Crist shows up to campaign, Republicans are sure to follow

    When Charlie Crist shows up to campaign, Republicans are sure to follow
    Charlie Crist is rarely without a shadow on the campaign trail. No matter where the Democratic candidate for governor goes, especially in South Florida, he often has company thanks to Republican Gov. Rick Scott's campaign. The constant deployment of...