First Amendment and church-state separation were debated Tuesday between Delaware Senate hopefuls Christine O'Donnell and Chris Coons. Her stance is akin to that of some tea party activists.
Polls suggest Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is 20 points behind Chris Coons in Delaware. If she's going to turn things around, she needs to start at Wednesday's debate.
Christine O'Donnell, and her "I'm not a witch" campaign, is doing so well that it indicates Republicans can do no wrong with American voters, according to Stewart.
Her new TV ad proclaiming 'I am not a witch' is a bid to regain control of her image in Delaware's Senate race. But Christine O'Donnell's real task is to convince voters she shares their concerns.
Christine O'Donnell, the Republican Senate candidate in Delaware, in her first TV ad since winning the primary, pokes fun at comments she made during a 1999 late-night talk show that she dabbled in witchcraft as a teenager.
Comedian Stephen Colbert uses the "Christine O'Donnell Clip Predictor 3000" to find out what Delaware's dabbler in witchcraft will say next.
Christine O'Donnell deflected her dabbling in witchcraft as teenage rebellion Tuesday, suggesting that the early life of Chris Coons, her Senate rival, be subjected to the same level of scrutiny.
Despite various efforts to coopt 'tea party' momentum and energy for the mainstream GOP, elections continue to show that the movement has a mind of its own.
Christine O'Donnell, the Republican party candidate for a senate seat in Delaware, used campaign money to pay half her rent, according to a Federal Elections Commission filing. Christine O'Donnell denies doing anything wrong.
Ultra-conservative 'tea party' candidates have gotten most of the attention this election cycle. But Mike Castle of Delaware is one of several moderate conservatives who could also win this fall.