Republican Dede Scozzafava's decisions to drop out of the race for New York's 23rd congressional district and endorse a Democrat raise questions about what place moderates have in the GOP.
Scozzafava’s departure is a blow to the establishment GOP. But the latest development in upstate New York’s special congressional race also means ‘outsiders’ clearly are viable in US politics.
Sarah Palin thanked Dede Scozzafava for dropping out of New York's 23rd District House race today.
A pattern that has held in the Old Dominion since 1977 appears set to repeat: The party that won the White House the year before loses the Virginia governor’s race.
Corzine, the incumbent, is neck and neck with the Republican challenger in the New Jersey governor's race. Obama will make two appearances with Corzine Sunday.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom on Friday said that he would not be running for governor of the state of California.
It's been a bear year for business. But this year's scariest Halloween costumes from the business world include a moose. And a vampire squid.
Turnout of Obama voters at the New Jersey and Virginia governors' races next week will hold a clue to the 2010 midterms, said Rep. Chris Van Hollen at a Monitor breakfast.
Many national conservative figures are supporting the Conservative Party's Doug Hoffman in a New York special election. Republican Dede Scozzafava is seen as too liberal.
Poll results tend to show that voters approve of the public option for healthcare. But senators like Joe Lieberman could vote the other way.