November 19, 2017 | In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
The son of former Vice President Dan Quayle unveiled a TV campaign ad Wednesday in his bid for Congress in which he calls President Barack Obama "the worst president in history" and tells Arizona voters that he wants to...
All hail inexperience — the less familiarity with politics the better, no matter the party or state. "This election is the first time my name has ever been on a ballot," appointed Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado said Tuesday night,...
In an election year already notable for anti-establishment fervor and spoiler candidates, nothing beats Colorado's political circus. Party elites have lost control of the nominating process in the state's three biggest races: the Democratic Senate primary and the GOP contests...

A political dynasty ends

They called it "Team Kilpatrick," a small army of family and friends dedicated to keeping a Detroit congresswoman and her brash, rising star son in office. As election cycles rolled around, team members donned their trademark green and yellow jackets...
The dirt — specifically dirty diapers — is flying in Florida's race for governor. In one television commercial, newcomer Rick Scott suggests his GOP primary opponent, the state attorney general and a former congressman, should be thrown out like a...

Alvin Greene speaks!

In his first campaign appearance, South Carolina's surprising U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene avoided any major gaffes Sunday as he hit his three major themes of jobs, education and justice. The speech started off with a joke and ended with...
Republican Sharron Angle says her campaign to unseat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Nevada is "a calling" from God and that her faith is helping her endure a fiercely competitive race in which Democrats have depicted her as...
A mainstream Republican rolled past a tea party activist Tuesday in the GOP runoff for a southeast Alabama congressional seat that Republicans hope to reclaim. Montgomery City Councilwoman Martha Roby was drawing 60 percent in the unofficial count in the...
Republicans  could win control of the House of Representatives in elections in November, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs acknowledged on Sunday. "There is no doubt there are enough seats at play that could cause Republicans to gain control, there is...
Democrats and Republicans are framing the elections in starkly different terms, with GOP strategists painting it as a national referendum on President Barack Obama and the party in power, and Democrats working feverishly to make all politics local. The outcome...