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In the Presidential nominating process, the Iowa Democrats could have both the first and last say.
It’s important to field a candidate in every race, the implications can be many.
As Michigan state government teeters on the brink of shutdown, it’s important to keep in mind what this really means.
Tondee’s Tavern throws in the towel on Rep. Jim Marshall (GA-8) over his “No” vote on Childrens Healthcare
Why should big money donors have all the fun, asks Texas Kaos? Welcome to the Battle of Ballot Island.
WV-02 Democratic challenger John Unger garners positive news coverage as his Iraq War stance compares favorably to vulnerable Republican Rep. Shelley Moore Capito’s recent triple-backflip belly-flop.
Joe Bodell of MNCampaignReport gives us the scoop about the CD3 race
Conservative Republican Senator Pajama’s Pete Domenici is squarely in the danger zone according to his latest approval numbers.
Mooncat makes the case that Rep. Terry Everett’s retirement means Democrats have a fighting chance for the AL-02 open seat.
Nevada Assemblyman David Bobzien talks to My Silver State about his endorsement of John Edwards.
Ambassador Joe Wilson campaigned for Larry Kissell who is running for Congress in NC-08. The diary includes photos and video.
Thoughts on how much purity the Democratic Party can afford.
Angie Paccione has announced she will no longer be a candidate for Congress as she’s found a great job in the private sector. All the best to her!
Maura reports on the decision by CT Catholic bishops agreeing to dispense Plan B in their hospitals for all rape victims.
Delaware Dem wonders why Joe Biden’s pollster would commission a push pull targeting other Dems as too liberal.
Will the votes cast in Florida’s January 29th primary count or not?
Larry LaRocco has been endorsed by Wes Clark this week.
Congressional candidate John Laesch joins the fight in support of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Aurora.
A discussion on Evan Bayh’s endorsement of Hillary.
An Iowa blogger on his decision to run for office.
Why the race for governor is not the most important one in Kentucky this year.
Thoughts from Louisiana on the Jena 6 decision.
There’s yet another candidate in the race to replace Tom Allen.
Massachusetts needs more progressive media. Who’d have thunk it?
It’s all Matt Blunt all the time. This time on his fighting with DC over unemployment numbers.
There seems to be a lot of excitement over another run by Scott Kleeb for Congress.
Sununu is still running … away, that is. Mostly from cameras and reporters.
Congressman Pallone blasts Rush Limbaugh. Good for him.
On Rudy’s $9.11 fundraiser.
Freshman Rep. John Hall takes a first step in ending the use of mercinaries in Iraq. A small step but better than nothing.
Tis the season! For renewed Republican dirty tricks in Ohio.
Seems like protesters also get arrested at Democratic Rep.’s offices.
Tom Harkin isn’t the only member of Congress having a steak fry. But I’ve got a feeling there will be no presidential candidates in Rhode Island this Sunday.
After two terms of George W. Bush in the White House, South Dakota’s Republican Governor wants to “restore America’s greatness.”
Matt Glazer reports on the success of the TexBlogPAC.
Julie Waters on Anti-Gay harassment in Burlington vs her own experiences in Vermont.
The presidential race has gotten so long that some are turning their eyes to the VP slot. Jim Webb’s not ruling it out.
First hand account of a town hall with Congressman Brian Baird on Iraq.
Xoff wonders what ever happened to Wisconsin budget bargaining.