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Obama’s Re-Election Campaign Begins

In an effort to improve upon the 2008 slogans of “Hope” and “Change,” the Obama campaign insisted before an Ohio audience Saturday that the president would take the country “Forward” if voters (and corporate sponsors) elected him to four more years in the White House.

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Rep. Patrick Kennedy Says He Won’t Run for Re-Election

Rhode Island Rep. Patrick Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, announced in a video released late Thursday that he won’t be seeking re-election this year. Kennedy doesn’t address the reasons for his decision in his vague video, but he signals his gratitude to the people of Rhode Island and folds in a nice tribute to his dad while he’s at it.

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It’s All Over for Stevens

Ted Stevens will not be returning to work in the Senate after surviving there longer than any Republican ever. The convicted felon lost his re-election battle with Democrat Mark Begich by a few thousand votes after leading on election night. The news came on Stevens’ 85th birthday.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008 READ MORE



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Stevens Won’t Back Down

Even as his conviction has politicos rethinking Senate filibuster math, Ted Stevens of Alaska says he’ll fight the verdict and continue campaigning for re-election. It’s not all bad news for the longest serving Senate Republican—and you really can’t make this up—the Senate doesn’t ban convicted felons.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008 READ MORE



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Rep.‘s ‘Anti-American’ Comments Could Cost Her Re-Election

Rep. Michelle Bachmann was cakewalking to re-election in her Republican-leaning Minnesota district until she told Chris Matthews the media should investigate anti-Americanism in Congress. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee calls that a “$1 million mistake.”

Posted on Oct 21, 2008 READ MORE


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Congress’ Second Helping

Pork, as in earmarks, not as in pig, is again in vogue this political season only a year after a 2007 congressional promise to curb what some call wasteful spending in politicians’ home districts. At the top of the earmarking ladder is the defense authorization bill (read military-industrial complex), which saw a 29 percent increase in district spending since 2007.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008 READ MORE


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‘Say Anything: Part 2’

Ned Lamont’s campaign has put together a few clever videos juxtaposing the classic John Cusack movie “Say Anything” with Joe Lieberman’s “Say Anything” approach toward getting reelected.

Posted on Sep 28, 2006 READ MORE


You Won?t Have Ney to Kick Around Anymore

Rep. Robert ?Bob? Ney (R-Ohio) announced he would not seek reelection in November.  Ney, who has been under investigation for corruption related to Jack Abramoff, was pressured by the House Republican leadership to step down at the end of his term.

Posted on Aug 8, 2006 READ MORE


DeLay Wins Texas GOP Primary

The scandal-laden former House majority leader beat three challengers to win the nod.
Guess it’s pretty hard to remove an 11-term congressman from power in Texas. Even when he’s under criminal indictment for money laundering.

Posted on Mar 8, 2006 READ MORE


Bush, Rove Expect Hillary to Run in 2008

In an excerpt from the book “Strategery,” to be published Monday, Karl Rove says the following of the former First Lady: “Anybody who thinks that she’s not going to be the candidate [in 2008] is kidding themselves.”

Posted on Feb 27, 2006 READ MORE


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