Former Republican Congressman Watts hints at bid for RNC chairmanship

Former Republican Rep. J.C. Watts is hinting at a potential bid to become the next Republican National Committee chairman.

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Dem rep under fire over video with lewd reference to Maine GOP senator, sex actComments Off

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Maine is under fire from Republicans for promoting a video containing a rap song that makes a sexual reference to Republican Sen. Susan Collins.

GOP Hall of Famer Dole to stump for incumbent Sen. Roberts in home state KansasComments Off

The campaign for incumbent Kansas GOP Sen. Pat Roberts is reaching into the GOP hall of fame to try to win a tight race and help the party take control of the Senate — bringing 91-year-old Bob Dole on the trail.

Bush still pursues business interests amid potential WH bid, as others focus on campaign groundworkComments Off

While most potential 2016 GOP White House contenders now appears to be focusing more on building the groundwork for a campaign, former Florida Republican Gov. Jeb Bush seems just as busy developing his business interests.

Will Tea Party, GOP establishment be ‘mending fences’ to win Senate in November?Comments Off

After a long, unapologetic effort to defeat Tea Party and other so-called “unelectable” candidates in GOP primaries, the Washington establishment will likely need Tea Party voters in November to help swing several tight Senate races and win control of the upper chamber.

Bush son rips GOP ad claiming father’s foundation gave money to terror-linked groupsComments Off

It’s not personal. It’s politics. That’s the takeaway after Georgia GOP Senate nominee David Perdue’s camp aired ads claiming a foundation once led by his Democratic rival Michelle Nunn — and founded by President George H.W. Bush — gave money to organizations linked to terrorists.

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