Bill Clinton appears with Meek at Orlando rally

A week after former president Bill Clinton reportedly urged Rep. Kendrick B. Meek to withdraw from the Florida Senate race for the good of the Democratic Party, Clinton appeared beside his friend and protégé to rally the faithful on election eve in Orlando. Read the full story from The Washington Post”

Democrats bracing for major losses

The campaign of 2010 ended as it began: loudly. But the nationwide barrage of last-ditch attack ads and the sniping among the country’s political leaders appeared to have little effect on the dynamics of the year. Republicans enter Election Day confident that they will recapture control of the Ho… Read the full story from The […]

Bill Clinton rallies West Virginia Democrats on eve of Election 2010

BECKLEY, W. VA. – With hours to go until West Virginians head to the polls to elect a new senator, former president Bill Clinton knocked Republican John Raese and the national campaign organizations running television attack ads against the Democratic candidate, Gov. Joe Manchin. Read the full story from The Washington Post”

Utah Election 2010

Utah’s electoral season started off with a bang as Bob Bennett, the presumed Republican nominee was ousted in the primary by Mike Lee. Read the full story from The Washington Post”

Massachusetts election results 2010: Republicans competitive in several races

GOP Sen. Scott Brown’s upset victory in January’s special election continues to reverberate, as Republicans compete for the the governor’s mansion and the chance to send their first members to the House since 1996. The governor’s race is the big event here, with incumbent Deval Patrick (D), Massa… Read the full story from The Washington […]

Nevada Election 2010

Nevada is the site of possibly the most anticipated election of the cycle; that of Senate Majority leader Harry Reid against tea party favorite Sharron Angle. There are also several other interesting races however which cannot be overlooked. Read the full story from The Washington Post”