Starting Tuesday, Wisconsin Democrats and labor groups will start an effort to gather more than 550,000 signatures by mid-January on a petition to recall Gov. Scott Walker.
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Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Herman Cain would benefit from spending more time in the Hawkeye State as the Jan. 3 Iowa Caucuses approach, Gov. Terry Branstad says, adding that former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman has become “an asterisk” because he’s opted to skip the state entirely.
Despite his party losing a critical Iowa Senate special election on Nov. 8, Republican Gov. Terry Branstad believes the GOP can pick up five or six seats in the Iowa Legislature in 2012.
“I’m looking around the state and I’m not going to tell you More…
Michele Bachmann’s campaign and CBS News clashed over the weekend when her campaign was accidentally included on an email chain with CBS News’ John Dickerson explaining that Bachmann would not get as much attention during and after Saturday’s presidential debate.
The North Star chapter of the Sierra Club is the latest statewide group to come out against a 2012 ballot question that would add a ban on same-sex marriage to the Minnesota Constitution.
The influential lobby for the environment said Friday that it was jumping into the same-sex marriage debate More…
Crossroads GPS, a conservative policy and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., is building on its TV ads criticizing U.S. Rep. Leonard Boswell (D-Des Moines) with direct mailers in his district.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who has recently been heralded by conservative pundits who regret his early departure from the GOP presidential race, told MSNBC Thursday that he won’t accept a vice presidential position.
Democrats and liberals can claim some significant victories in Ohio, Mississippi and elsewhere after the Nov. 8 elections, political watchers say, but the message overall was a mixed one as Republicans saw some victories as well.
Likely Republican caucusgoers sent a strong message to GOP presidential candidates in an Iowa AARP survey released Thursday, showing they’re strongly opposed to cuts to Social Security and Medicare and would much rather reduce military spending to address the federal deficit.