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 Politics and Elections
 2010

January 4 - Recall a Senator? Never Yet.
January 4 - Struggle in the Best of Scenarios
January 4 - Wexler Leaves, Party Stays
January 11 - Financial Overhaul As Dodd's Final Act
January 11 - Two Senior Senate Democrats Will Retire
January 18 - Documentary Casts a Paul
January 18 - Jim DeMint's Mission: To Strike the Big Tent
January 18 - Political Economy: Just the Facts, Ma'am
January 18 - Shadegg Says He Won't Run Again for Arizona 3rd
January 18 - The Price of Perception
January 25 - 2010 House Election Outlook: Midwest: Can Recent Democratic Gains Hold?
January 25 - 2010 House Election Outlook: Northeast: Democrats Defend Their Dominance
January 25 - 2010 House Election Outlook: South: Probable Republican Comeback Territory
January 25 - 2010 House Election Outlook: West: Democrats Play Defense
January 25 - 2010 Senate Election Outlook: Wide-Open Field Favors GOP Gains
January 25 - An Imperfect Storm
January 25 - Big Money From Small Packages
January 25 - Bio: Scott P. Brown
January 25 - Court Loosens Campaign Spending Law
January 25 - Five Questions for Celinda Lake, Democratic Pollster and Strategist
January 25 - GOP Captures Kennedy's Senate Seat
January 25 - Mark Dayton Tries Again
February 1 - Battle Brewing in 'Tea Party' Movement
February 1 - Jobless Rate Weighs on Senate Races
February 1 - Reid Is Taken for a Ride on the Rails
February 1 - Rep. Buyer Joins List of Retiring Lawmakers
February 8 - Best in (Political) Show
February 8 - Lincoln Grabs the Center To Stem Arkansas Slide
February 8 - The Search Is on for a Takeover Manifesto
February 15 - Selling a Climate Change Bill to Coal Country
February 15 - Work to Do After Labor's Lost Year
February 22 - Advocacy Groups Might Be the Big Winners in Campaign Finance Decision
February 22 - Bayh Retirement Gives GOP Hope for Another Possible Seat in Senate
February 22 - Brown's Challenge on the Right
February 22 - Five Questions for Henry Olsen, Vice President of the American Enterprise Institute
February 22 - No Winners in a 'Broken' Congress
March 1 - Company Makes a Run for It
March 1 - Fledgling Fundraising Arms
March 1 - Reading the Tea Leaves at the Capitol
March 1 - Ron Paul: Too Strong for the 'Tea Party'?
March 1 - Tea Party Organizations Take a Steep Climb
March 1 - The Party Struggles With Its Guest List
March 1 - Will GOP Have a Hard Time Winning Latinos?
March 8 - Hutchison Finds It's Tough to Go Home Again
March 8 - Jousting Over Campaign Finance
March 8 - Massa to Resign After Ethics Charge; Delahunt Retiring, Deal to Quit Soon
March 15 - Borrowing From Rival's Playbook
March 22 - Changed Attitudes Blocking War Tax Plan
March 29 - A New Kind of Abortion Politics
March 29 - A Senate Divided--Even More
March 29 - Partisan Rift in a Bipartisan Group
April 5 - Ethics Office Has the Last Word on Deal
April 5 - The Doctor in the House Is Likely a Republican
April 12 - A Tea Party Disinvitation
April 12 - Rep. Stupak to Retire; Michigan Seat in Play
April 19 - Bio: Ted Deutch
April 19 - Democrat Ted Deutch Easily Wins Open Florida 19th District Seat
April 26 - For Earth Day, a Fresh Dirty Dozen List
April 26 - Watch It, the Mayor's in Town
May 3 - Firing Up the Populist Brand
May 3 - The Aftermath of Obama's Populist Move
May 10 - 111th Congress in Transition
May 10 - After 40 Years, Tired but Still Blunt
May 10 - Committee Republicans Have Their Own iPhone App
May 10 - Pelosi Gets Good Marks in Two New Books
May 10 - Political Economy: What's in an Epithet?
May 17 - Primaries Could Show Pattern of Loss for Incumbents in Upcoming Election
May 17 - Primary Season Hints at Anti-Incumbent Mood
May 24 - Critz Wins After Placing Murtha At a Distance
May 24 - McConnell's Challenging New World
May 24 - New Campaign Finance Legislation Seeks to Limit High Court's Decision
May 24 - Primary Trouble for the Establishment
May 24 - Saying He Has 'Sinned,' Souder Leaves Office
May 24 - Singing a Different Tune In a Job Known for Noise
May 31 - Conservative Republican Djou Wins Hawaii House Seat in Special Election
May 31 - Parties Watching Primaries for Autumn Trends
May 31 - Pelosi: Still GOP's Demon of Choice
May 31 - Weaving a Modern GOP Web
June 7 - Party Switch Looking Like The Wrong Move for Now
June 14 - Biography: John Thomas Graves Jr.
June 14 - Lincoln Prevails In Democratic Primary Runoff
June 14 - Republican Graves Wins Georgia Special Election to Succeed Deal
June 14 - The Point of Polls Is the Points
June 21 - Buddy Can You Spare Some Bullets?
June 21 - NRA Exemption and Worries About Senate Sideline House Campaign Ad Disclosure Bill
June 21 - Perilous Politics of Redistricting Reform
June 28 - Campaign Finance Bill Gets Through House, but Snarl Awaits in Senate
June 28 - Earmarks That Once Were Delicacies Now Are Poison
June 28 - Editor's Notebook: State of Play
June 28 - Election 2010: Eight Openings, Zero Suspense
June 28 - Election 2010: Making Other Plans for Next Year
June 28 - Election 2010: Midwest -- Long-Serving Democrats Face Tests
June 28 - Election 2010: Northeast -- GOP Aims to End Its Downward Drift
June 28 - Election 2010: Senate -- Big GOP Comeback, But a Majority?
June 28 - Election 2010: South -- Any Republican Wave Would Start Here
June 28 - Election 2010: The Year of Voting Dangerously
June 28 - Election 2010: West -- Democrats' Rocky Road
June 28 - It's Tough When Your Party Turns Against You
June 28 - Senate Democrats Having a Harder Time Enticing Republicans
July 5 - Out but In: New Strategy for Conservative Status
July 5 - The (New) Politics of Fluoridation
July 12 - After Snatching a Seat From Democrats, Djou Races to Keep It
July 12 - Anti-Washington Feeling Isn't Strong in Washington Itself
July 19 - How Popular is Joe Manchin?
July 19 - Temporary West Virginia Senator Named
July 19 - Vitter Adds Birthers To His Other Controversies
July 26 - Borderline Confusion: Defining 'Safe'
July 26 - Can a Wall of Cash Hold Back the Tide?
July 26 - Immigration: In Inertia's Grip
July 26 - The Tea Party's at Their House
August 2 - Senate Battles Become Reid's Game of Inches
August 9 - For Members, a Shot at the Governor's Mansion Is Risky
August 9 - Kilpatrick Loses Michigan House Primary Race
August 9 - Obama Is Bonding With Some 2012 Ballot-Mates
August 16 - Designing Women for 2012
September 6 - 'Throw 'Em Out' Trend Hits Alaska
September 6 - A Slowed Climb Past the Glass Ceiling
September 6 - Labor Day Forecast
September 13 - Fall 2010 Outlook: Campaign Finance Disclosure
September 13 - Political Economy: Why Jobs Matter
September 20 - Big Company PACs Favor Democrats
September 20 - Murkowski Shrugs Off Threatened Party Punishment
September 27 - GOP Establishment Keeps Its Voice in Thune
September 27 - House Republicans' Agenda
September 27 - Voter Turnout: Perception Isn't Reality
October 4 - A Minority That's Playing a Major Political Role
October 4 - Reapportionment: Slight Population Shifts Complicate a Zero-Sum Game
October 11 - Congress Sticks With Obama on Votes He Cares About
October 11 - Democratic Accomplishments: That Was Then
October 11 - Financial Overhaul: Popular, Unpraised
October 11 - Health Care's Election Equalizer
October 11 - Health Law Provisions Now in Effect
October 11 - Her Future Uncertain, Pelosi Goes On Offense
October 11 - Murphy's Law and the Stimulus
October 11 - VoteVets Expands Its Horizon
October 18 - Damming Florida's Water Rules
October 18 - DCCC Changes Boehner Voting Record
October 18 - Five Question for Jay Weiner, Reporter for MinnPost.com
October 18 - GOP Moderates Might Benefit From Conservative Victory
October 18 - States Fighting Pay-to-Play Run Afoul of DOT
October 25 - Editor's Notebook: Power Prospects
October 25 - Election 2010: Midwest -- Realignment Theory Gets Tested
October 25 - Election 2010: Northeast -- Sea of Blue Could Get a Bit More Red
October 25 - Election 2010: Riding the Rage
October 25 - Election 2010: Senate -- Distant Thunder Signaled the Storm
October 25 - Election 2010: South -- Democrats' Rebound Looks Short-Lived
October 25 - Election 2010: West -- GOP's Switchback Trail
October 25 - Making Other Plans for Next Year
October 25 - Political Economy: A Senior Moment
October 25 - Running Away From the Party Doesn't Help
October 25 - The First Three GOP Takeovers
November 1 - Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana
November 1 - Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey
November 1 - Donald Trump, Real Estate Magnate, TV Celebrity
November 1 - Editor's Notebook: Long Lists
November 1 - Five Questions for Bob Johnson, CFA Institute
November 1 - Haley Barbour, Governor of Mississippi
November 1 - How to Watch a Wild Night of Politics
November 1 - Jim DeMint, Senator From South Carolina
November 1 - John Thune, Senator From South Dakota
November 1 - Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas
November 1 - Mike Pence, Representative of Indiana
November 1 - Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana
November 1 - Mitt Romney, Former Governor of Massachusetts
November 1 - New Voters Don't Register Like Before
November 1 - Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House
November 1 - Open Season: The Republican Race for 2012
November 1 - Rick Perry, Governor of Texas
November 1 - Rick Santorum, Former Senator From Pennsylvania
November 1 - Ron Paul, Representative From Texas
November 1 - Sarah Palin, Former Governor of Alaska
November 1 - Tim Pawlenty, Governor of Minnesota
November 8 - 112th Congress: Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill. (11th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Alan Nunnelee, R-Miss. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Allen West, R-Fla. (22nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Andy Harris, R-Md. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Austin Scott, R-Ga. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Ben Quayle, R-Ariz. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Bill Flores, R-Texas (17th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Bill Huizenga, R-Mich. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Bill Johnson, R-Ohio (6th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Billy Long, R-Mo. (7th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Bob Gibbs, R-Ohio (18th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Bobby Schilling, R-Ill. (17th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Cedric Richmond, D-La. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Charles Bass, R-N.H. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Chip Cravaack, R-Minn. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Chris Coons, D-Del. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Chris Gibson, R-N.Y. (20th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Colleen Hanabusa, D-Hawaii (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Cory Gardner, R-Colo. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Dan Benishek, R-Mich. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Dan Coats, R-Ind. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Daniel Webster, R-Fla. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: David Cicilline, D-R.I. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: David McKinley, R-W.Va. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: David Rivera, R-Fla. (25th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: David Schweikert, R-Ariz. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Dennis Ross, R-Fla. (12th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Diane Black, R-Tenn. (6th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Francisco 'Quico' Canseco, R-Texas (23rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Frank Guinta, R-N.H. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Frederica Wilson, D-Fla. (17th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Hansen Clarke, D-Mich.(13th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jaime Herrera, R-Wash. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: James Lankford, R-Okla. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jeff Denham, R-Calif. (19th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jeff Duncan, R-S.C. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jeff Landry, R-La. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jerry Moran, R-Kan. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jim Renacci, R-Ohio (16th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Joe Heck, R-Nev. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Joe Manchin III, D-W.Va. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: John Boozman, R-Ark. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: John Carney, D-Del. (At-Large District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: John Hoeven, R-N.D. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Jon Runyan, R-N.J. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Justin Amash, R-Mich. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Karen Bass, D-Calif. (33rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Kevin Yoder, R-Kan. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Kristi Noem, R-S.D.(At-Large District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Larry Bucshon, R-Ind. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Lou Barletta, R-Pa. (11th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Marco Rubio, R-Fla. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mark Steven Kirk, R-Ill. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Martha Roby, R-Ala. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Michael G. Fitzpatrick, R-Pa. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Michael Grimm, R-N.Y. (13th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mike Kelly, R-Pa. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mike Lee, R-Utah (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mike Pompeo, R-Kan. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Mo Brooks, R-Ala. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Morgan Griffith, R-Va. (9th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Nan Hayworth, R-N.Y. (19th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Patrick J. Toomey, R-Pa. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Paul Gosar, R-Ariz. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Rand Paul, R-Ky. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Randy Hultgren, R-Ill. (14th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Raul R. Labrador, R-Idaho (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Reid Ribble, R-Wis. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Renee Ellmers, R-N.C. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Richard Hanna, R-N.Y. (24th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Richard Nugent, R-Fla. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Rick Berg, R-N.D. (At-Large District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Rick Crawford, R-Ark. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Rob Portman, R-Ohio (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Rob Woodall, R-Ga. (7th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Robert Dold, R-Ill. (10th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Robert Hurt, R-Va. (5th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Ron Johnson, R-Wis. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Roy Blunt, R-Mo. (Senate)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Sandy Adams, R-Fla. (24th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Scott DesJarlais, R-Tenn. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Scott Rigell, R-Va. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Scott Tipton, R-Colo. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Sean P. Duffy, R-Wis. (7th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Stephen Fincher, R-Tenn. (8th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steve Chabot, R-Ohio (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steve Pearce, R-N.M. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steve Southerland, R-Fla. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steve Stivers, R-Ohio (15th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steve Womack, R-Ark. (3rd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Steven Palazzo, R-Miss. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Terri A. Sewell, D-Ala. (7th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tim Griffin, R-Ark. (2nd District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tim Huelskamp, R-Kan. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tim Scott, R-S.C. (1st District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tim Walberg, R-Mich. (7th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Todd Rokita, R-Ind. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Todd Young, R-Ind. (9th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tom Marino, R-Pa. (10th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Tom Reed, R-N.Y. (29th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Trey Gowdy, R-S.C. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo. (4th District)
November 8 - 112th Congress: William Keating, D-Mass. (10th District)
November 8 - Bio: John Andrew Boehner
November 8 - Crossing Time Zones As a Cure for Sour Elections
November 8 - Democrats Hold Senate Gavels But Grip is Less Secure
November 8 - GOP Makes Record Gains In Recapturing a Majority
November 8 - New Members of the 112th Congress
November 8 - On the Move in Politics: Malchow
November 8 - One Result Not Yet Firmly Written In
November 8 - Pendulum Pushed Well to the Right
November 8 - Political Economy: Deep Breaths
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Appropriations
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Armed Services
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Budget
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Commerce, Science & Transportation
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Energy & Natural Resources
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Environment & Public Works
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Finance
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Foreign Relations
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Health, Education, Labor & Pensions
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Indian Affairs
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Judiciary
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Rules & Administration
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Select Ethics
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Select Intelligence
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Special Aging
November 8 - Senate Committees of the 112th: Veterans' Affairs
November 8 - Some GOP Freshmen Are More Equal Than Others
November 8 - The House: New Majority, New Challenges
November 8 - The Right Rises At a Ripe Time
November 8 - The Trials Ahead for John Boehner
November 8 - Tighter Margin, Greater Pressures
November 8 - Two Republicans Who Didn't Make It Back
November 22 - Bio: Joe Walsh
November 22 - Five Questions With Linda Killian, Journalist, Author
November 22 - GOP Claims Another Seat in Illinois' 8th
November 22 - Hill Turnover Costs States' Seniority
November 22 - Murkowski Wins Alaska Write-In Bid; GOP's Miller Might Seek Recount
November 29 - Amid GOP gains, Hill Hispanics look to get along
November 29 - Bio: Ann Marie Buerkle
November 29 - Bio: Blake Farenthold
November 29 - House GOP Gains Rise to 63 Seats
November 29 - More States Could See Red in '12
December 6 - California Goes a Different Way on Redistricting, Of Course
December 6 - Minority Report on Redistricting
December 27 - Fortune Reverses For Democrats

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