Voters cast ballots Tuesday in primary elections in Florida, Arizona, Vermont and Oklahoma. Highlights:
Brendan Farrington, Associated Press | posted Aug 27th - 2:50am
If there were any doubts that former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist would be accepted by Florida Democrats, they were cast aside as he overwhelmingly earned the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Gov. Rick Scott on a day when four states chose candidates for statewide office.
Philip Elliott, Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 10:11pm
Voters cast ballots Tuesday in primary elections in Florida, Arizona and Vermont. Highlights:
The Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 10:01pm
State Treasurer and former CEO Doug Ducey won the Republican primary for Arizona governor Tuesday, riding to victory with a campaign that focused on his blend of government and business experience in serving as a state official and building an ice cream company into a national brand.
The Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 9:41pm
State Treasurer Doug Ducey wins Republican primary for Arizona governor.
Jasen Lee | posted Aug 26th - 7:32pm
A review of policies and practices at the state's largest mass transit agency shows numerous instances of questionable business practices, including a "sweetheart deal" in which a developer was prepaid $10 million for a future project.
The Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 6:11pm
Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist has won the Democratic nomination to seek his old job with his new party.
Adam Beam, Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 5:51pm
Mitt Romney is coming to Kentucky to raise money for U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, the latest in a string of high-profile politicians getting in on one of the country's most competitive midterm races.
Andrew Demillo, Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 5:30pm
Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor invoked the Ebola outbreak in a new television ad unveiled this week criticizing his Republican rival over a vote against medical disaster funding, injecting fears about the deadly disease into an already intense race.
Alanna Durkin, Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 4:51pm
Maine Gov. Paul LePage sometimes can't help mouthing off, once telling the Portland chapter of the NAACP to "kiss my butt," calling the IRS "the new Gestapo" and saying he wouldn't be afraid to tell President Barack Obama to "go to hell."
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