July 1st, 2015
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06/16/2014 1:50amRepublican strength in this year's House and Senate races could, strangely enough, hurt the party's presidential chances by stalling the changes in style and policy advocated after Mitt Romney's defeat in the 2012 presidential campaign.
06/16/2014 10:01amHillary Rodham Clinton has told a German magazine that she will work to make sure the United States is led by a woman — even if it's not her.
06/16/2014 10:47amMitt Romney said Sunday the way to pull down a potential Hillary Clinton campaign is to attack her record as secretary of state.
06/16/2014 11:11amThe following is a TEST. Elias McGraw, Dem, nominated State House, District 38, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:21amThe following is a TEST. Evan Vickers, GOP, nominated State Senate, District 28, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:21amThe following is a TEST. Raymond Ward, GOP, nominated State House, District 19, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:31amThe following is a TEST. Jacquie Nielsen, GOP, nominated State Senate, District 2, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:31amThe following is a TEST. John Westwood, GOP, nominated State House, District 72, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:31amThe following is a TEST. Dana Layton, GOP, nominated State House, District 60, Utah.
06/16/2014 11:31amThe following is a TEST. Justin Fawson, GOP, nominated State House, District 7, Utah.
06/16/2014 1:41pmLiberal law professor Zephyr Teachout launched a primary challenge to unseat Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday, acknowledging her status as an underdog but vowing to run a competitive campaign against the well-funded, popular incumbent.
06/16/2014 1:51pmThe Kansas Republican Party is accusing the presumed Democratic nominee for secretary of state of illegally soliciting contributions from lobbyists through a campaign Facebook page, and she said Monday that its formal ethics complaint against her is "mudslinging."
06/16/2014 6:05pmA new Gallup survey indicates that the congressional approval rating has dropped to its lowest point ever — 16 percent — in a midterm election year since such ratings were first measured by the organization in 1974.
06/16/2014 10:37pmAn Iraqi native who fought in Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard and then joined U.S. forces, says a return to military involvement in Iraq would be a mistake.
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