The GOP should have a big rebound in 2014. But in Colorado and Virginia, it's fielding weak candidates -- or none at all.
It's not just Benghazi. By tying herself closely to Obama, she'll have trouble distancing herself if his political standing worsens.
If Obama's nominee to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency is confirmed, it will pave the way for a special election in his North Carolina district.
Though the disgraced former governor won a runoff Tuesday, his scandalous past could still propel Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch past him and into the House.
The clash between Republican legislators and unions, two groups facing major demographic challenges, will be replayed across the nation.
In a reversal of fortunes for heretofore hurting Dems, Republicans nominated near-unsellable candidates in last night's primaries.
The president is rising even as economic pessimism increases -- a worrying split for the Romney campaign.
In the first polls since the president's Bain offensive, the toplines look bad for him and the underlying trends are even bleaker.
Republican's best hope for Obamacare repeal is taking over the upper house, but underwhelming recruitment is making that a difficult task.
It's becoming clear that the Republican has decided that focusing on the economy is a better way to defeat President Obama.
Reaction to Obama's DREAM order showed Romney never wanted to talk about immigration, and he doesn't need Hispanic voters anyway.
Forget the entrenched narrative. Most voters are just tuning in, so the candidates are a blank slate for them.
Though he once distanced himself from his predecessor, the president now looks for his help in both making his case and raising money.
It's not that he's worried about upsetting conservatives. It's that he can't afford to lose black voters who overwhelmingly oppose it.
Although the former congressman doesn't have much chance, he -- not Mike Bloomberg -- is the prototype of a successful contender.
The former Pennsylvania senator has always lagged among female voters, and President Obama would happily exploit that in the general election.
Despite his status as frontrunner, it always seemed like an outside shot for Romney to win Iowa. But a victory Jan. 3 would essentially end the race.
A 269-269 tie might seem outlandish, but it's plausible on 2012's unusual map -- and would likely spell defeat for President Obama.
As the party seeks to retain control of the upper chamber, its 2012 lineup of candidates will feature more women than ever
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