Blue Dog Democrat Joe Donnelly and Tea Party darling Richard Mourdock vie for U.S. Senate seat in Indiana
Oddly enough, Sen.
Fourteen candidates vie for three open JCPS school board seats
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Thomas Massie strives to carry the Tea Party torch to Congress, while Bill Adkins tries his best to stop him
For over two decades, Sen.
Kirt Jacobs (R)
Coach Pitino says Cards are ready to roll this season
Rick Pitino knows he’s sitting on a live mount in the college basketball derby.
Long-shot Brooks Wicker’s candidacy suggests the GOP has given up on trying to unseat U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth
We are not sure when the exact moment came that the Jefferson County Republican Party establishment officially gave up on defeating Congressman John Yarmuth.
Shelli Yoder faces steep climb to defeat incumbent Todd Young in Indiana’s increasingly conservative 9th District
If the Democratic Party has any hope of taking back the majority from Republicans in the House of Representatives this election, Indiana’s 9th District — stretching fro
What if Republicans take the State House?
For 91 years, the Democratic Party has held majority control of Kentucky’s state House, but many Republicans are optimistic that this era could come to an end after the Nov. 6 election.
From Big Bird to Secret Warfare
1) What notoriously outspoken state senator said, “I don’t know if they controlled them, I don’t even know if they were real planes,” when asked if he believed governme
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