Anthony Weiner’s run for a renaissance is officially on.
The mayoral contest saw record spending — over $30 million overall.
(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles is about to elect its next mayor.
Most residents probably won’t notice.
A scant turnout is expected Tuesday when voters choose between two City Hall regulars who failed to bring much sparkle to the contest to succeed Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who exits office July 1 after two up-and-down …
Exceeding all expectations, the former governor and Appalachian-trail hiker regained his old Congressional seat, whipping Elizabeth Colbert Busch by nine points.
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford has redeemed a political career sidelined by scandal by winning his old congressional seat.
(BOSTON) — National Republicans cheered former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez’s Massachusetts primary victory, but Democratic Congressman Ed Markey enjoys tremendous advantages in the special election to replace former U.S. Sen. John Kerry.
Tuesday’s primary elections set up an eight-week sprint to the June 25 election.
In Markey, the …
A wave of Democratic stalwarts are leaving the Senate next year
One of the premier elections of 2013 is taking shape in Virginia, where a conservative firebrand appears set to square off against an Establishment Democrat for the governorship.
The Sunshine State news last week was dark enough for Republicans even before the voter registration scandal hit the headlines. A Quinnipiac poll gave President Obama 53% to just 44% for GOP candidate Mitt Romney in the critical swing state of Florida, which seemed a neck-and-neck race just a few weeks ago. That body blow has since been …
Both the Obama and Romney campaigns have made claims that the other side is lying, and that the ensuing scrutiny of such claims has been biased. Now it’s time to cast your vote.
Though Gotham is full of visiting heads of government and state, the President is meeting no one this time around. Is it insurance against possible gaffes? Or just a broader excuse not to meet the Prime Minister of Israel?
It’s nearing 9 p.m. and lightning forks across the sky, but inside a cavernous concrete expo hall, a mostly Hispanic crowd is chanting Mitt Romney’s name. Although Romney trails Barack Obama by more than two-to-one …
The President’s convention speech is his one real chance to tell the American people what they are voting for, not just what they are voting against. And the stage is the one he prefers