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From the Ashes: Potential Deals for President Obama And GOP after the Mid-Terms

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The Democratic Party performed poorly in the mid-term election, losing control of the Senate which it had held since 2007. The GOP won all 13 of their contested seats as well as picking up 8 seats[1] from Democratic incumbents; this will allow the Republicans to hold a 3-vote majority in the Senate at the commencement […]

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Elections 2014 – June Update: The Good, The Bad and The Disastrous

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Election 2014 June Update: The Good, The Bad and The Disastrous I awoke today to the shocking news that Eric Cantor, the Republican House Majority Leader, had been defeated in his primary by a Tea Party rival, David Brat[1]. Mr. Cantor is from my home state of Virginia, but to be honest, I didn’t even […]

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Election 2014: Following the Green

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All data for this article was taken from the Center for Responsive Politics. I have not found any source on money in US politics more complete or better presented than this one. If you are interested in the topic and have not yet visited them, I highly recommend that you do so. And bookmark the […]

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John Adams

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