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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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  • Commentary: We don't need partisan rhetoric or people feigning dedication to O.C.

    Former state Republican Party Chairman Shawn Steel, husband of supervisorial candidate Michelle Steel, recently wrote a commentary for the Orange County Register about the California Republican Party titled, "Not your granddaddy's California GOP." In...
  • In Wisconsin, Democrats try moderation in fight with Scott Walker

    Two years ago, politics here burned with a white-hot intensity. Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican elected in 2010, had pushed a bill through the Legislature eliminating most collective bargaining rights for state workers. Unions and their Democratic...
  • Incumbent Corrine Brown battles Glo Smith for congressional seat

    Incumbent Corrine Brown battles Glo Smith for congressional seat
    U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and Republican challenger Glo Smith are battling over a district that has not changed in decades but likely will be redrawn before the next term is over. Brown, 67, of Jacksonville spent 10 years in the Florida Legislature before...
  • What a GOP Senate would mean [Editorial]

    What a GOP Senate would mean  [Editorial]
    Despite all the talk about some of the oddities of this year's election — from the unexpectedly competitive race in South Dakota to the tough fight facing Republican Pat Roberts of Kansas — the political fundamentals still point to a GOP...
  • Our picks for Legislature, part 2: Editorial

    Last week we offered our recommendations in four Central Florida races for seats in the Florida Legislature. Here are the other four legislative races in which we're making endorsements for the November election: House District 29 Democrat Mike...
  • Weaving a tangled web

    Virginia Democrats were at full boil following the resignation of Sen. Phillip Puckett in June. His departure threw control of the chamber to Republicans, who were opposed to any deal on Medicaid expansion. And some Democrats claimed the resignation was...
  • 'Scandal' recap, 'Inside the Bubble'

    Fitz is still pushing gun reform and the Republicans are not happy. While dropping her daughter off at school, RNC Chairwoman Lizzie Bear is cornered by a disgruntled gun lobbyist who is upset that David Rosen is set to defend gun legislation that Fitz...
  • A good day for voting rights -- or is it?

    Restrictive voter ID laws in Texas and Wisconsin have been blocked by federal judges--in the latter case by the Supreme Court--in what may be harbingers of a judicial pushback against efforts by Republicans to disenfranchise minority voters. Meanwhile the...
  • Randy Schultz: Did Scott cut taxes? No, he actually raised them

     Randy Schultz: Did Scott cut taxes? No, he actually raised them
      As Gov. Rick Scott runs for reelection, one of his main campaign themes is that he cut taxes this year by $500 million. Did he?   No. Not even close.   Scott claims roughly $400 million of those tax cuts from the portion of next year's state...
  • Obama, Clinton To Stump For Malloy Next Week; GOP Heavy-Hitters To Visit For Foley

    Obama, Clinton To Stump For Malloy Next Week; GOP Heavy-Hitters To Visit For Foley
    President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton will both visit Connecticut next week to campaign for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in the final weeks of a dead-heat election. Obama will be in Bridgeport on Wednesday, while Clinton will campaign at the...
  • Clinton, Christie rally Pennsylvania for Wolf and Corbett

    PHILADELPHIA Tom Wolf, the Democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, was still speaking Thursday evening when the politician who only needs one name (like a Brazilian soccer star) stepped from behind a curtain, early. Hillary! The crowd at the...