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Archive: News / Politics (7 Stories)

Md. primary could play a role in O'Malley's future

06/23/2014 2:30am
Sure to be paying as much attention to the results in Tuesday's primary election in Maryland as Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be the man Brown wants to replace — Gov. Martin O'Malley.

SC drama shows second-in-command not always wanted

06/23/2014 8:01am
For weeks, political intrigue swirled in South Carolina over a part-time position no one seemed to want, especially for just six months.

How many ways can Romney say no to 2016?

06/23/2014 1:46pm
Guys, I think he means it. With no clear frontrunner or obvious "next-in-line" candidate in the field of potential 2016 GOP presidential contenders, Mitt Romney keeps getting asked if he's thinking about throwing his hat in the ring one more time.

Independent makes November ballot in Massachusetts

06/23/2014 2:31pm
Independent gubernatorial hopeful Evan Falchuk became the first candidate for Massachusetts' top office to officially qualify for the November ballot, his campaign said Monday.

Miss. requires voter ID, but no party registration

06/23/2014 4:51pm
Mississippi does not register voters by party affiliation, so Tuesday's Republican primary runoff for a U.S. Senate seat is open to any voter who did not cast a ballot in the June 3 Democratic primary, state law says.

Racial politics churn Miss. GOP Senate runoff

06/23/2014 5:12pm
Race is roiling the Republican Senate runoff in Mississippi, a state with a long history of divided politics where the GOP is mostly white and the Democratic Party is mostly black.

Veterans Cochran, Rangel try to survive primaries

06/23/2014 6:41pm
Two of the longest-serving members of Congress face primary elections Tuesday that could end their political careers.