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Tea Party Gains Little Traction in Kansas Senate Race

A tea-party challenge to Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts has gained little traction this year, with the incumbent favored to win Tuesday’s primary. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

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Former Republican Governor Crist addresses supporters in a waterfront park where he announced his Democratic candidacy for governor during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida in this file photo

In Florida governor’s race, Democrat woos crucial black vote

By Letitia Stein TAMPA Fla. (Reuters) – As the leading Democratic candidate for Florida governor, Charlie Crist would be expected to draw overwhelming support from the state's more than 1.6 million registered black voters. "Charlie Crist has some real work to do to regain trust in the black community," said Daniel Smith, a political science […]

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Race Will Continue to Haunt Rand Paul

There’s good news and bad news for Kentucky GOP Senator Rand Paul on the thorny issue of race. First there’s the good. He’s far and away the only 2016 GOP prospective presidential candidate who has made even a smidgen of an effort to crack the GOP’s toughest of tough sales and that’s to woo black […]

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Clinton: Any Enrichment by Iran Could Trigger Arms Race

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday that any Iranian uranium enrichment could trigger a nuclear-arms race in the Middle East. Full News here – Washington Wire

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Rand Paul to Urban League: “Race Still Plays A Role In The Enforcement Of The Law”

RAND PAUL: Our nation has come a long way since the Civil Rights Movement. But we must realize that race still plays a role in the enforcement of the law. Just ask Raliek, Daequon, and Wan'Tauhjs, who were just standing on a street corner when a policeman arrived and told them to move on or […]

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Control of Senate May Hinge on Georgia Race

After David Perdue’s victory in the Republican primary, he will face off against the Democrat Michelle Nunn in what many in both parties see as a crucial to gaining a majority in the Senate. Full News here – NYT > Politics

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Business executive wins Georgia Republican runoff in U.S. Senate race

By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) – Campaigning as an outsider who would shake up Washington, a former Fortune 500 chief executive defeated an 11-term congressman in a Georgia runoff election on Tuesday between two Republicans seeking to fill an open U.S. Senate seat. David Perdue, former chief executive of Reebok, Dollar General and Pillowtex, led […]

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Spoiler Fears on Left in Connecticut Governor Race

While Jonathan Pelto’s run for the Connecticut governorship faces steep challenges, political observers say if he siphons off enough voters from Gov. Dannel Malloy, the governor could be in trouble. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

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Malcolm X Says Black Democrats Are Sell Outs & Race Traitors! – Politics Informer Video

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U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen takes part in the Reuters Washington Summit in Washington

Democrat holding lead in New Hampshire Senate race: poll

Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire is holding off a challenge from Republican Scott Brown, according to a poll released on Wednesday, although the former U.S. senator from Massachusetts is gaining ground. Shaheen has the support of some 50 percent of registered voters, with 42 percent favoring Brown, who stunned Massachusetts Democrats […]

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