Va. GOP Candidates Forgo Primary, Agree to Party CanvassPrince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart will seek re-election through a party canvass after a clerical error denied him the right to compete in a primary.
McCain Leaning Toward Running For Re-Election In 2016 When He Turns 80Republican Sen. John McCain said Thursday he is preparing for a strong primary challenge if he moves ahead with a re-election bid in 2016.
Democratic Candidates For Governor Embrace Minimum Wage As Challenge To GOPRepublican governors running for re-election next year are looking to capitalize on distaste for Washington gridlock and President Barack Obama's dropping public approval amid the bumpy rollout of his signature health care law — and Democratic challengers may need to respond with a popular cause.
Report: Grand Jury Investigating Menendez Sen. Robert Menendez is being investigated by a Miami federal grand jury for his role in advocating for the business interests of a wealthy donor and friend, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
McCaskill In Debt After Spending $19.3M To Defeat AkinMissouri Sen. Claire McCaskill spent more than $19 million on her re-election campaign but hasn't finished paying all the bills.
Can't Quit The Place, Senators Back For Second Act Republican Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana and Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey served years in the Senate, bowed out because of a term-limits promise or the frustration of endless fundraising and then discovered they couldn't quit the place.
President Obama Meets With Wealthy Donors At Jefferson HotelPresident Barack Obama is meeting with about 25 wealthy donors who each contributed $35,800 to his re-election effort.
Obama: Re-election 'Not A Slam Dunk'Imploring supporters to stick with him, President Barack Obama acknowledged Tuesday that his re-election is "not a slam dunk" — despite his administration's achievements — because of understandable public skepticism over the economy.
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