Inhofe: GOP Will Takeover Senate

Voters will respond to the “shock treatment” given by the president’s national economic policies by sweeping in enough Republicans in November to take over the U.S. Senate, Oklahoma’s senior U.S. senator said Thursday. “Every institution that made America great happens to be under … Continued

Regret In Nevada: Sharron Angle Locked In Statistical Tie

Nevadans would like a do-over. Two-thirds of voters who say they back Sharron Angle wish another Republican had won the nomination, according to a poll for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and 8NewsNow that shows deep dissatisfaction with both the Tea … Continued

Meek Primary Victory Places Crist In Political Quandary

First, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist was supposed to be the Republican nominee for Senate. Then he seemed on track to be the de facto Democratic candidate. Now, following Rep. Kendrick Meek’s victory in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, the Republican-turned-independent governor is … Continued

Pat Toomey Leads Joe Sestak By 9 In Pennsylvania Senate Race

Republican Pat Toomey is running ahead of Democrat Joe Sestak in the race to fill the seat of Pennsylvanian Sen. Arlen Specter by 40 percent to 31 percent among likely voters, with 26 percent undecided, according to a Franklin & Marshall College poll … Continued

NRCC Raking In The Bucks For 2010 House Races

This week, the top Republican in the House, Minority Leader John A. Boehner (Ohio), pledged that the party would spend $50 million assisting House candidates in the midterm elections. The National Republican Congressional Committee has been outraising its Democratic counterpart for the … Continued

Stimulus Assessments Overly Optimistic

The Obama administration claimed this week that $100 billion invested in innovative technologies under the economic stimulus law is “transforming the American economy” by putting the nation on track for technological breakthroughs in health care, energy and transportation. But an … Continued

Rubio Leads Crist By 10 In Florida Senate Race

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Florida shows Republican Marco Rubio attracting 40% of the vote, while independent Charlie Crist picks up 30% in the race to become the state’s next U.S. senator. The new Democratic … Continued

Florida Primary Turnout Favors GOP

Beyond the win-loss results of Tuesday’s Florida primary — with Rick Scott seizing the Republican mantle for governor, and Kendrick Meek winning the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate — there lie more subtle signals of what to look for in November. Turnout … Continued

Rick Scott Wins Florida GOP Gov. Nomination

Faced with a choice between a long-serving politician or a wealthy businessman, Florida Republicans rejected the experience argument and nominated a political neophyte to run for governor. Businessman Rick Scott defeated Attorney General Bill McCollum Tuesday to claim the Republican … Continued