Nov 8, 2013
National Review Online
Fund: Cuccinelli's Two Opponents
Observers in this land infamous for political tricks say a popular method of winning elections is to ensure all of your opponents are thrown off the ballot - the tactic the Daley machine used to first elect an unopposed Barack Obama to the Illinois state senate.
War: NRSC blacklists ad firm because it helps Senate Conservatives Fund target Republicans
In a warning shot to outside conservative groups, the National Republican Senatorial Committee this week informed a prominent Republican advertising firm that it would not receive any contracts with the campaign committee because of its work with a group that targets incumbent Senate Republicans.
States ignore data confirming the need for a third political party in America
Robert Sarvis, seen here, has been excluded from the final gubernatorial debate in the state of Virginia, despite polling at around 13% across the state..
Capitol Hill Blue
Turn out the lights. John Boehner's party as Speaker is over
The Speaker is at a loss for words and soon will be out of a job. Talk to any Republican, conservative or moderate, and they will say privately that John Boehner 's future as Speaker of the House ended Tuesday night when the House failed to even vote on a flawed GOP bill to reopen the government and avert a default on America's debt.
McAuliffe up 3 percentage points over Cuccinelli in new poll
Democrat Terry McAuliffe holds a 44 percent to 41 percent lead over Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II in the race for Virginia governor, with Libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis pulling 7 percent of the vote, according to a poll released Wednesday .