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 Politics and Elections
 2009

January 5 - Dine Where the Big Donors Do
January 5 - Online Contest Lets Public Pick the Issues
January 5 - Seats in Transition
January 5 - The Shape of the Office
January 5 - War Over Obama Senate Seat
January 12 - Joint Session Convenes to Count Electoral Votes, Certify Results
January 12 - Missouri's Bond Says He Won't Run for Long-Held Senate Seat Again
January 12 - Opening Salvos, Empty Seats
January 12 - Senate Appointments Has No Guarantees
January 12 - Senator From Colorado: Michael Bennet, D
January 14 - Securing History
January 19 - Blue Dog Coalition Heydays
January 19 - Blue Dogs vs. Red Ink: Softer Lines in the Sand
January 19 - Term Limits Now Have Limited Interest
January 26 - California Heads Up Geographical Power Switch
January 26 - Was It Politics or Oversight for Cornyn?
February 2 - Down for the Count, Coleman Goes PR
February 2 - HRC the Group Lobbies HRC the Person
February 2 - Trade Winds Blowing, Obama Charts a Course
February 9 - A Party Fractured, GOP Conservatives Regroup
February 9 - Appointed Senators Asked to Burn Bridges
February 9 - On One Web Site, Only Good Things About Bush
February 9 - Senator From New Hampshire: Republican J. Bonnie Newman
February 16 - This Change Isn't Very Hopeful
February 16 - Twitter: An Acquired Skill
February 23 - Senate Moderates' Primary Concerns
March 2 - Political Gender Bias Remains Alive and Well
March 2 - When Bilbo's Senate Seat Went Begging
March 9 - Democrats Lean Heavily on Big Freshman Class
March 9 - Obama Hits an Old Hill Hurdle
March 9 - This Media Bias Is Not What You Expected
March 16 - A 'Bailout' of Another Sort
March 16 - Congress to the Governor's Mansion is an Uphill Climb
March 16 - Trying to Put 'Popular' Back in Populism
March 16 - Who's in the Democratic Populist Caucus
March 23 - Five Questions for Bernadette A. Budde, Senior VP for Political Analysis at Business Industry PAC
March 23 - Renewable Energy Gets An Unlikely Supporter
March 23 - Split Districts of '08 Key To GOP Rebound Hopes
March 23 - Taking a Second Look at Disclosure's Benefits
March 30 - Five Questions for George C. Edwards III, Author of 'The Strategic President'
April 6 - Auto Chiefs' Giving
April 6 - Minnesota Judges Identify Ballots to Consider in Contested Senate Race
April 6 - Outcome Remains Too Close to Call in Race for Gillibrand's House Seat
April 6 - Political Futures Tied to Cash
April 6 - Short on Cash-Back Incentives
April 13 - Five Questions for Edward B. Foley, Ohio State University Law Professor
April 20 - A New Democratic Demographic
April 20 - Coleman Vows Appeal After State Court Names Franken Winner of Minnesota Senate Contest
April 20 - Democrats Hold Emanuel's House Seat in Chicago
April 27 - Biography of Scott Murphy
April 27 - Four Keys to A New Presidency
April 27 - Narrow House Race in New York Goes to Democrat
April 27 - Young Evangelicals Break From Old on Gay Unions
May 4 - Advocacy Groups Employ Web's Extended Reach
May 4 - Five Questions for Patricia Schroeder, Retired President of the Association of American Publishers
May 4 - Issa: A Republican Watchdog, Unleashed
May 4 - Switching Parties: Great Expectations
May 18 - A Road Less Traveled
May 18 - Wildlife Group Sharpens Its Political Focus
June 15 - For Howard Dean, It's Back to Health Care
June 15 - Virginia's Unusual Precedents
June 22 - Liberal Groups Want DHS Report to Get an Extreme Makeover
June 22 - Riding the Eye of A Legislative Storm
June 29 - Paul's Off the Stage But Still Has Agenda
July 6 - Franken Is New Minnesota Senator
July 6 - Organizing Labor's Fractured Factions
July 6 - Periods of Vacancy in the Senate
July 6 - Political Class: Defining Cap and Trade
July 6 - Political Economy: Don't Hold Your Breath
July 6 - Practice Run for A Bipartisan Deal
July 6 - Selling the Greater Good
July 13 - Nominee Hardball: GOP's Turn at Bat
July 13 - Political Economy: Poll Positions
July 20 - A Long Climb Up Capitol Hill
July 20 - Meeting the Press Less Than Half Way
July 20 - No Telling if 'Don't Ask' Policy Will Continue
July 27 - A Summer's Guide to the '10 Senate Races
July 27 - In Human Rights, A Bridge to the Left
August 3 - A Summer's Guide to the '10 House Races
August 3 - Bunning Will Not Seek Re-Election to Senate in 2010
August 3 - Information Age Has Fringe on Top
August 3 - No Relishing Frank Talk
August 10 - Overhaul Hard to Steer Using Hands-Off Approach
August 10 - Political Economy: Lemons-Aid
September 7 - Different Solutions for Senate Vacancies
September 7 - Kennedy Death Revives Debate Over State Appointees
September 7 - Political Balancing Act Tests Democrat's Loyalties
September 7 - The Trouble With Lyndon
September 14 - Bio: Republican Florida Senator George LeMieux
September 14 - Tough Crowd: 'You Lie!' Is a Low Point. Is It Also a Precedent?
September 21 - Democrats Join Republicans to Deny ACORN New Federal Funding
September 21 - House Minds Its Words
September 21 - Political Economy: Freshening an Old Feud
September 21 - Registering Change
September 21 - Voting Overhaul Slow to Register
September 28 - One Against 435: Building a Better House?
October 12 - For Castle, a Senate Race is Close to Home
October 12 - Wrangle Over Rangel Shows Signs of Strain
November 2 - GOP Casting Call Riles Up the Right
November 2 - Health Care Polls: The Question Helps Define the Answer
November 9 - Democrats Bask in Special-Election Wins
November 9 - Party Purists Target Moderates
November 9 - State Office as Stepping Stone
November 9 - Term Limits: Paying to Overstay
November 9 - Wins Don't Erase GOP Brand Woes
November 16 - 'Tis the Season for Floor Votes
November 16 - Talking Heads and Ducking Blame
November 16 - Tax-Hike Votes on Few Resumes
November 23 - Political Bedtime Stories
November 23 - Political Economy: Hatin' on the Fed
November 23 - The Bipartisan Commission That Isn't
November 23 - The Costs of Buying Time
November 30 - A New Era of Influence for American Indians
November 30 - Battling to Draw The Battle Lines
November 30 - Before Redistricting, That Other 'R' Word
November 30 - FEC to Advise on Robocalls
November 30 - House Members Decide It's Time to Stay
December 14 - Some States Just Like One Party
December 14 - Spanish-Language Media Left Out of Health Care Ads
December 28 - Democrats' Departures Leave Vulnerable Seats
December 28 - Ex-Con Traficant Explores a Run
December 28 - Political Economy: A Thankless Job

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