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Rand Paul endorses David Vitter for Louisiana governor

Rand Paul endorsed Senate colleague David Vitter for Louisiana governor, potentially giving him a boost with Tea Party supporters.

In a fundraising e-mail sent Tuesday, Paul called Vitter a “stalwart supporter of limited government, states’ rights and the taxpayer’s best interest.” Paul, a GOP senator heading toward a likely presidential bid, is a favorite among Tea Party activists and won his 2010 race in Kentucky with their support. 243 more words

States

"The Bigots Continue Their Battle": Despite Conservative Republicans, Gay Marriage Will Prevail

She didn’t mean it.

Alabama state legislator Patricia Todd now says she’s not going to name those among her conservative colleagues who have had extramarital dalliances, although she had threatened to do so. 664 more words

Republicans

Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch Moves Closer To Confirmation

WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork/AP) – Senate Republicans demanded wholesale change at the Justice Department Thursday as they questioned whether President Barack Obama’s attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch… 661 more words

News

Steve Gleason meets with HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell during DC visit

WASHINGTON D.C. (WGNO) - Steve Gleason and his team met with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Tuesday to discuss legislation that would help people fighting diseases like Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). 167 more words

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Washington Post: Five Must-Watch Political Figures of 2015

Washington Post
January 2, 2015
By Sean Sullivan

Oh, 2015. Sandwiched between a historic midterm election year and the year America will elect its next president, you’re doomed to suffer the political equivalent of middle child syndrome, right? 839 more words

Washington Post: Five Must-Watch Politicians of 2015

Washington Post
January 2, 2015
By Sean Sullivan

Oh, 2015. Sandwiched between a historic midterm election year and the year America will elect its next president, you’re doomed to suffer the political equivalent of middle child syndrome, right? 839 more words