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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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Top Republican Party Articles

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  • Obama's midterm loss record could make history

    President Barack Obama is about to do what no president has done in the past 50 years: have two horrible, terrible, awful midterm elections in a row. In fact, Obama is likely to have the worst midterm numbers of any two-term president going back to...
  • War for women intensifies in campaign's final days

    BOULDER, Colo. The war for women is raging in campaigns across the country in these last days before Tuesday's midterm elections, and though Democrats have comfortable leads in most key races, the margins aren't as comfortable as they'd like or need....
  • Senate Democrats' super lawyer preps for overtime

    WASHINGTON As the Senate chamber erupted in applause after the swearing-in of Minnesota Sen. Al Franken, Majority Leader Harry Reid eventually looked up and directed his appreciation toward the newest senator's attorneys. On that day, more than five...
  • Most expensive Senate race down to the wire in North Carolina

    GREENSBORO N.C. (Reuters) - The costliest U.S. Senate race in history is drawing political heavyweights like Mitt Romney and the Clintons to North Carolina as Republicans and Democrats scramble to pull out a win in the battleground state. Democratic...
  • Congress to revisit Islamic State war debate after election

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When lawmakers return to Washington after Tuesday's congressional elections they will resume a debate they began with some reluctance last month on the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq. With the U.S....
  • Balto. Co. endorsements

    Balto. Co. endorsements
    With the retirement of two long-time elected officials from the eastern half of Baltimore County, state Sen. Norman Stone and County Councilman John Olszewski Sr., the region has become the hot bed for political activity in the county. With open seats...
  • Whatever happened to that 'tyrannical' president?

    Whatever happened to that 'tyrannical' president?
    WASHINGTON — In July, when House Republicans voted to sue the president, they spoke of the urgent need to stop "tyranny" at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue. "Our freedom is in peril," warned Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina, the man behind the...
  • Judgment Day: Incumbents are in trouble

    WASHINGTON They may or may not be bums, but voters are poised to throw a lot of politicians out on Tuesday. Two-thirds of Americans see the nation on the wrong track. Confidence in the economy remains shaky. People are scared about terrorist threats...
  • Rogers begins work on possible lame-duck omnibus

    Away from the din of the campaign, House and Senate appropriations staffers are quietly laying the groundwork for an ambitious wrap-up spending package in the lame duck. The push is coming in part from Republican leaders, who are making the case that...
  • Fired-up Republicans have edge in midterm turnout war

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A daunting reality looms for President Barack Obama's Democrats ahead of U.S. congressional elections on Tuesday: Voters from the Republican Party are much more fired up. Reuters/Ipsos polling data shows Republicans are more...
  • Election deja vu: Get ready for another Clinton-Bush faceoff

    Election deja vu: Get ready for another Clinton-Bush faceoff
    Are you ready for "Clinton vs. Bush 2.0"? My earlier prediction that Jeb will face Hillary in 2016 is looking more certain than ever. Sure, in theory voters might want to see some fresh and new names at the top of their ballots. But history tells us...