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'Gun Owners of America [has] blasted the bill as a 'fake pro-gun bill designed to re-elect endangered anti-gun [Senators] up in 2014 in pro-gun states.'
In 1994, Alaskans voted overwhelmingly to impose term limits on our federal delegation.
We've written before about " single-candidate super PACs ," outside spending groups that exist solely to support or oppose a sole office-seeker.
The 2014 primary season, now more than half over, has been notable for its fierce and frequent intraparty battles among Republicans.
So says Politico's Jennifer Haberkorn , but color me skeptical. Not of Haberkorn's reporting on the subject, which accurately takes the temperature of the rhetoric from the Left, but of the bravado coming from Capitol Hill Democrats in the dog days of July.
Begich brings in $1.3 million in the latest fundraising quarter: Alaska Sen. Mark Begich brought in $1.3 million in the fundraising quarter that ended in June, a slight bump up from the $1.1 million raised during the previous quarter.
Thom Tillis is stuck at the state capitol trying to resolve a budget quarrel as speaker of the North Carolina House.
When constituents are thinking of reasons to vote for candidates, "They wear great shirts," is not among the top answers.
You know how when you surf political sites such as this one you inevitably come across some conservative push-poll with questions like, "Is Obama ruining the country?" or "Are Gays after your children?" or some other such dumb-shit.
NBC morning show filming at Mendenhall Glacier: NBC's "Today" show will be broadcasting live from Alaska's capital city Thursday morning.
As President Barack Obama travels to Texas this week to grapple with a surge of migrants hitting the border there, tea party darling Joe Miller is highlighting immigration as a key issue in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Alaska that's currently held by Democrat Mark Begich.
This column documented how the far left is gaining foothold in American society and culture by taking over or infiltrating many institutions of American society as shown in the documentary by Curtis Bowers titled, "Agenda: Grinding America Down."
Alaska Libertarians could influence Senate contest: Could an Alaska Libertarian Party candidate play spoiler in the battle over control of the Senate? Perhaps, says the Washington Post, in a round-up of seven states where U.S. Senate seats are in play and a Libertarian candidate could be a factor.
The Nebraska Supreme Court will not hear a challenge to the Keystone XL pipeline's route until September, thereby delaying a final decision until after the fall elections.
Democrats are plotting a direct challenge to the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act-related decision last week , planning to introduce legislation Wednesday that would usurp the ruling.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday will headline his first fundraiser for a Senate Democrat in danger of losing this fall - but the candidate, Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, won't be by his side.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:42 am
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