Massachusetts small business owner and Republican congressional candidate Jon Golnik is catching up to his Democratic opponent with an energetic campaign and position in the vanguard of the resurgent Massachusetts Republican Party.
U.S. Sens. John McCain (R., Ariz.), Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), and Kelly Ayotte (R., N.H.) will campaign for New Mexico Republican Senate candidate Heather Wilson in Albuquerque Tuesday in an effort to highlight her foreign policy bona fides and her opponent’s radical environmentalist agenda.
Regulations on the coal industry are driving massive layoffs and the shuttering of coal plants in Pennsylvania, injecting environmental issues into that state’s hotly contested Senate race between incumbent Democrat Bob Casey Jr. and Republican challenger and coal mining executive Tom Smith.
The scandal-ridden wind energy project co-founded by liberal “independent” Maine senate candidate Angus King received more than $33 million in cash under the 1603 program of the economic stimulus in June, according to the U.S. Treasury.
Two officials, including a former top aide, to Democratic Lawrence, Massachusetts mayor William Lantigua were indicted Tuesday, according to the Boston Globe.
Republican Massachusetts Sixth District congressional candidate Richard Tisei, an openly gay, fiscally conservative, and socially moderate former state Senate minority leader, is running against entrenched Democratic Rep. John Tierney with a new, exciting brand of Republicanism—and he thinks his style might just be the future of the northeastern GOP.
Former President Bill Clinton took time in his Democratic National Convention (DNC) speech Wednesday to praise a number of American politicians while reigning in his praise of current President Barack Obama.
Democratic Massachusetts Senator John Kerry was caught yawning during Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren’s speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night.
Former President Bill Clinton will speak tonight at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Charlotte and many convention-goers predict a rousing moment that will assuage America’s doubts about President Obama’s qualifications for a second term.
Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has a number of skeletons in her closet, including close links to radical left-wing pressure groups and a record of helping corporate interests suppress asbestos liability lawsuits.