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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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  • Democratic Senate Candidate Accuses Opponent's Campaign of Harassment

    Democratic Senate Candidate Accuses Opponent's Campaign of Harassment
    HARTFORD – A Democratic senate candidate is charging that someone connected to her Republican opponent's campaign is responsible for a slew of anonymous “harassing phone calls” she’s been receiving in recent days. State Rep....
  • Democratic Senator Begich touts Alaska bona fides to lure independents

    JUNEAU (Reuters) - In family video footage recorded in 1970, a young Senator Mark Begich is seen in a bucolic park catching a ball thrown by his father, a U.S. Congressman from Alaska who died just two years later in a small plane crash en route to...
  • Miller's employment claim, Stewart's land become issues in District 47 race

    Miller's employment claim, Stewart's land become issues in District 47 race
    Less than a week before the election, candidates for Florida House District 47 are accusing each other of misdeeds. Incumbent Linda Stewart's campaign challenges Republican Mike Miller's employment status with Rollins. Miller's side has filed an...
  • Off-highway vehicle safety rules proceed despite some senators' objections

    LOS ANGELES Rebuffing off-road vehicle manufacturers, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission voted Wednesday to move forward with rules aimed at preventing rollover crashes, which have killed hundreds of riders. The rules would include minimum...
  • As Republican In A Blue State, Foley Walks The Center Line

    As Republican In A Blue State, Foley Walks The Center Line
    To win next week's election for governor, Republican Tom Foley will have to persuade hundreds of thousands of voters outside his own party that he is the best choice to lead blue state Connecticut. Like other Republicans who run for office in...
  • Nurse fights Ebola quarantine, says she won't be 'bullied around by politicians'

    Nurse fights Ebola quarantine, says she won't be 'bullied around by politicians'
    Saying she will not be bullied by politicians, a Maine nurse is giving the state an ultimatum: Lift her Ebola quarantine by Thursday or she will disregard the restrictions and go to court. The saga of nurse Kaci Hickox illustrates how U.S. states are...
  • PA Supreme Court vacancies to be filled by Tom Corbett or Tom Wolf

    PA Supreme Court vacancies to be filled by Tom Corbett or Tom Wolf
    HARRISBURG — The judicial lobbying has begun. Lawyers and judges are contacting senators looking for a leg up in the nomination process that will be held soon to fill one existing and one pending vacancy on the state Supreme Court. The seven-...
  • Few Latinos 'angry' over Obama immigration policy, but support slips

    Few Latinos 'angry' over Obama immigration policy, but support slips
    Only a small minority of Latino voters report that they are “angry” over President Obama’s decision this year to delay executive action on immigration reform, but disappointment over his deportation policies is widespread, and...
  • Is negativity best way to decide an election?

    Is negativity best way  to decide an election?
    A few weeks ago, I wrote about rampant voter apathy in Florida. Now, I'm beginning to understand why so many people are so indifferent here. With early voting nearly complete, and Election Day itself imminent, it's impossible to turn on the TV without...
  • Outside money pouring into state Supreme Court race

    Outside money pouring into state Supreme Court race
    Judicial retention elections are normally quiet races that are not very political. But less than three weeks ago, a political action group called Campaign for 2016 surfaced with the aim of persuading voters in southern Illinois to oust Supreme Court...
  • Lobbyists hit the campaign trail

    With the midterm elections one week away, K Street lobbyists are taking their powers of persuasion to the campaign trail. Their target audience: voters. Though they may be more accustomed to trolling the halls of the Capitol or getting stuck on client...