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Sarah Palin Endorsements Boast Winning Record, Tarnished By Key Losses

The power of an endorsement is far from a perfect science, but if Sarah Palin subscribes to the belief that the only thing that matters is a win, she’s probably…

Bridgeport Didn’t Order Enough Ballots Because Unused Ones ‘Cost A Lot Of Money’

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — The Democratic registrar of voters in Connecticut’s largest city says her office didn’t order enough ballots for Tuesday’s election in part because of the cost. Sandi Ayala…

Dems await Pelosi’s big decision

Pelosi has been expected to step aside. Read the full story from Politico…

Ron Christie: Obama’s Challenge Is Obama’s Opportunity

As the seismic reverberations in the aftermath of last night’s historic election continue to ripple through 1600 Pennsylvania, the man occupying the Oval Office has been presented both with a…

Dems find common ground: It’s the White House’s fault

Dems blame the W.H. for failing to sell Obama’s ambitious first-term agenda, leaving them vulnerable. Read the full story from Politico…

Republicans ability to reshape Dodd-Frank limited

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican lawmakers vowed to vigorously oversee the new financial reform law but stopped short of promising major changes to the legislation they have described as “job killing.”…

Health care compromise not new

Obama and Dems have already tried compromising on the controversial legislation without much success. Read the full story from Politico…

GOP statehouse gains set to pay off

GOP control of redistricting could imperil Democrats’ political futures. Read the full story from Politico…

Obama to seek refuge from election pain in Asia tour

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will try to put election woes behind him on Friday as he departs for a tour of Asia to push for exports and U.S.…

Renewing Bush tax cuts may slip to 2011: GOP Camp

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The incoming Republican chairman of the powerful tax-writing committee in the House of Representatives said on Wednesday extending Bush-era tax cuts for all income groups could slip…