GOP Should Pay Attention To Christie Playbook

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may not be running for president in 2012, but he’s articulated an economic vision that’s well-positioned to gain momentum with whoever emerges as President Obama’s Republican challenger in two years. Christie’s decision to slash spending, delay property … Continued

Kirk, Giannoulias Tied In Illinois Senate Race

Democrat Alexi Giannoulias and Republican Mark Kirk remain in a near-tie in Illinois’ race for the U.S. Senate. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Illinois Voters finds Giannoulias with 42% support and Kirk with 40% of the vote. … Continued

Alaska GOP Sen. Murkowski Mauled By Grizzly Bear

Well, not exactly mauled in the literal sense. With none other than Sarah Palin backing her opponent, incumbent Senator Lisa Murkowski may soon find herself at the losing end of a bitter primary battle in Alaska. With 99 percent of … Continued

GOP Continues To Lead In Midterm Voting Preferences

Gallup tracking of 2010 midterm congressional election voting preferences shows 47% of registered voters saying they would vote for the Republican candidate and 44% for the Democratic candidate if the election were held today. Though down slightly from last week’s … Continued

Tea Party Member Ordered To Take Down Flag

Here is a news clip about an Arizona man who is being told by his Home Owners Association that he must remove his “Don’t Tread On Me” flag. From

Clint Didier Needs To “Man Up” And Endorse Dino Rossi

All is fair in love and war, but former NFL player Clint Didier needs to stop acting like apetulant child and endorse Washington GOP Senate nominee Dino Rossi. This year Rossi has a real chance to defeat incumbent Sen. Patty Murray in an … Continued

American Action Network Targets Feingold And Hodes

The American Action Network (AAN), a conservative political group founded this year to pour millions into competitive elections, is for the first time going after incumbent Sen. Russ Feingold, a Wisconsin Democrat in an increasingly tight fight for reelection. AAN released a 30-second ad … Continued

Tuesday’s Primaries: Arizona, Florida and Alaska Rundown

The storyline emerging from today’s primary elections seems to be that established candidates can still be successful in this year’s anti-incumbent environment. • Arizona: Republican Sen. John McCain has a double-digit lead over J.D. Hayworth for the GOP Senate nomination, … Continued