Politico describes this kindly gesture as “an olive branch.”
The polls have been all over the place this month.
So maybe I was wrong and Republicans did the right thing by pulling the plug on Cuccinelli?
Two weeks to go until Election Day and Republicans in Virginia are seemingly calling it quits on the most important race in the state?
We haven’t heard much from Senator Marco Rubio these days.
Just like his character in the Terminator films, Arnold Schwarzenegger keeps coming back for more. The action star and former governor of California is reportedly mulling a run for the White House, despite his currently being unqualified.
Are you “Born READY?” The Hillary shippers are starting early this time around with 2016 presidential campaign merchandise...for babies.
Did you know that Terry McAuliffe doesn’t support any restrictions on abortion after twenty weeks gestation....
Democrats need to win 17 House seats in order to recapture control of the lower chamber in 2014.
Is this an early indication Sarah Palin is mulling a presidential run?
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (R-VA) may be a slick politician and perhaps the next governor of Virginia, but that isn’t stopping the Washington Post from musing about his reputation as an embellisher and exaggerator on the campaign trail.
As you’re well aware there are two gubernatorial contests in 2013.
Liberals and labor unions were practically giddy at the prospect of tossing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker from office in 2012.
We’ve had ample warning this was coming.
Republican hopeful Steve Lonegan (R-NJ) is hardly a shoe-in to win a seat in the United States Senate on October 16...
Another day, another political headache for Virginia’s (ahem) most prepared and ideas-oriented gubernatorial candidate, it seems.
Katie wrote up a similar story last month so I know you’re not completely surprised by this.
My suspicion is that Allen West has been itching to get back to Capitol Hill for quite some time now.
That’s the rumor on Capitol Hill these days.
So said former Vermont Governor and failed presidential candidate Howard Dean. Unfortunately for him, it sure looks like Cruz is all systems go in 2016 so it’s not impossible that Dr. Dean’s worst political nightmare could (ahem) someday come true.
Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown promised the public he would let them know whether or not he was running for governor before Labor Day.
I know, I know -- he’s still winning by 20 percentage points...
When asked about his presidential ambitions on “Fox and Friends” Tuesday morning...