Candidates converge in Framingham for last major caucus Paul Rocha ... is also seen as a major campaigning opportunity because of its size and location. “Its role is significant,” said Maura Healey, who is running for attorney general. “This is an incredibly active and engaged town.” 03/3/2014 - 5:38 pm | View Link
Ron Paul's Big Caucus Gamble Begins in Nevada And you win by getting the maximum number of delegates," Paul said at a news conference Wednesday in Las Vegas, where he is campaigning ahead of the ... Benton said the Paul campaign has active organizations in caucus states to ensure the delegate strategy ... 02/1/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Romney wins Iowa caucus by 8 votes; Bachmann ends her quest Romney told supporters in Des Moines early Wednesday, before the final vote was counted, that the results were a "great victory" for him, Santorum and Paul. "All three of us will be campaigning very hard to restore the heart and soul of this nation ... 01/4/2012 - 4:44 am | View Link
Iowa caucus 2012: Finish amps Mitt Romney’s N.H. expectations His closest competitor was Ron Paul, at 16 percent. Rick Santorum, who shared the top spot in Iowa with Romney, was at 5 percent. “The expectations for Romney in New Hampshire are high,” said Jamie Burnett, a Concord-based GOP strategist who served as ... 01/4/2012 - 3:55 am | View Link
Republican race on a knife-edge after one of the closest caucuses in HISTORY: Romney edges Santorum by just EIGHT VOTES Texas Congressman Ron Paul came a close third. Mr Santorum, Mr Romney and Mr Paul were neck and neck for much of the night before Mr Paul slipped when results from rural counties came in. In a powerful speech in Johnson, Iowa, Mr Santorum, who mostly ... 01/3/2012 - 6:23 pm | View Link
1988 | Presidential Campaigns & Elections Reference PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN & ELECTIONS OVERVIEWS & CHRONOLOGIES: 1988 By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS OVERVIEW. Election Year: 1988. Election Day Date: November 8, 1988 10/22/2014 - 1:49 am | View Website
Ron Paul France Voici le dernier message de Ron Paul délivré hier sur YouTube. Un résumé des points importants : Cette année de campagne a dépassé toutes les attentes initiales. 10/21/2014 - 10:29 pm | View Website
Politics, Political News Obama's credit card declined at NYC restaurant: 'I really think that I’ve been paying my bills' Aaron Sims - Oct 18, 2014: Michelle ended up paying the bill. 10/21/2014 - 6:47 pm | View Website
Iowa Caucus What was unprecedented in the 2012 Iowa Caucus compared to previous Iowa Caucuses? The one major difference in the Iowa Caucus for 2012 was the spending ... 10/21/2014 - 12:35 pm | View Website
What's Wrong With Congress? What's Wrong With Congress? Before Congress can lead the nation, it must be able to lead itself. by Gregg Easterbrook Representative Michael Synar, of Oklahoma ... 10/21/2014 - 4:28 am | View Website
The results of this year’s survey of how federal employees feel about working in government are trickling out, and the messages from agencies large and small are sobering. Many employees are unhappy, and it’s worse than last year. Read full article >>
With the midterm elections less than two weeks away, the airwaves across the country are heating up with spicy political advertisements chock full of unusual boasts, scathing accusations and even a few catchy melodies.
“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in 2007, “is to stop discriminating on the basis of race.” Those words as much as any may define the chief justice’s jurisprudential philosophy today. In that 2007 opinion, he wrote for five justices that two urban school systems could not take account of the race of students, even in a small minority of cases, in order to prevent certain magnet schools from becoming racially isolated because of neighborhood housing patterns.
One Ebola patient in Dallas results in two nurses, both young women in their 20s, infected with the deadly disease after caring for him. On Thursday, the news broke of another Ebola patient in the U. S. — this time a physician in New York who returned earlier in October from Guinea where he worked with Doctors Without Borders.
Everyone wants to know the answer to the following question: Will the 2014 midterm election on Nov. 4 be a repeat of the 2010 midterms, in which the GOP made huge gains? The answer, according to a slew of new data from Pew, is a resounding maybe. Read full article >>