Jeb Bush : Son Doesn’t Know My 2016 Plans

October 30, 2014
Jeb Bush, George P. Bush

On Wednesday night, possible presidential candidate Jeb Bush claimed his son George was speaking for himself when he told ABC News that his father was “more than likely” to run in 2016. “He’s got an opinion, he didn’t talk to me,” Jeb Bush said. “When you have kids, you’ll probably have the same frustration....
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‘Run, Mitt, Run’ chant greets Romney at raucous Hastings rally for Senate candidate Sasse

October 28, 2014
'Run, Mitt, Run' chant greets Romney at raucous Hastings rally for Senate candidate Sasse

BARRETT STINSON/WORLD-HERALD NEWS SERVICE Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigns for Nebraska Senate candidate Ben Sasse on Monday night at the Hastings City Auditorium. During the rally, Romney criticized President Barack Obama, saying he thinks Obama will offer amnesty to illegal immigrants, continue to resist changes to his health care law and fail to...
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Rob Ford Elected to Toronto City Council

October 28, 2014
Rob Ford Elected to Toronto City Council

Toronto citizens elected John Tory as the city’s next mayor, rejecting the candidacy of Doug Ford, brother of scandal-plagued outgoing Mayor Rob Ford. But the bigger headline may be that voters gave Rob Ford an endorsement of sorts, electing him to his old council seat, meaning he will return to challenge Tory at City...
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Gov. Cuomo: We are prepared for Ebola [VIDEO]

October 24, 2014
Gov. Cuomo We are prepared for Ebola [VIDEO]

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he expected to have an Ebola patient in New York, but he says the city is prepared.
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Romney to campaign in North Carolina

October 23, 2014
Romney to campaign in North Carolina

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is heading to North Carolina next week to campaign with Republican Senate nominee Thom Tillis. This comes as GOP officials believe Tillis, the North Carolina House Speaker, has closed the gap in his race against endangered incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan. Romney, who won North Carolina in the 2012...
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TOP STORY Listen to the New AUDIO: Inside the Palin Family Brawl

October 22, 2014
New AUDIO Inside the Palin family brawl

Remember that huge fight Sarah Palin’s family got into back in September?Now police in Alaska have released the audio tapes from that night and they are full of profanity.The fight happened at a birthday party and it involved several members of the Palin family.The host of the party says Bristol Palin started the fight.Bristol...
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Thousands of Gov. Walker-related emails released

October 22, 2014
Thousands of Gov. Walker-related emails released

Burke released a new campaign ad two hours before the emails were made public that mentions the convictions and says the state can’t afford four more years of Walker. Burke told reporters before she voted early in Madison on Tuesday morning that the timing of the ad wasn’t based on the emails’ release. “The...
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Mayor Quits After Cheerleader Car Crash

October 21, 2014
Mayor Quits After Cheerleader Car Crash

A California mayor resigned Monday following last week’s a car crash that seriously injured four cheerleaders. Alan Long stepped down from his post as mayor of Murietta after being arrested on suspicion of injuring four high-school students while driving under the influence. Long failed multiple sobriety field tests after his car hit the rear...
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MSNBC: Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll [VIDEO]

October 20, 2014
MSNBC Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll VIDEO

MSNBC: Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll : Latino Decisions’ Matt Barreto talks about new national poll numbers that show Democrats have an advantage among Latino voters come 2016. Janet Murguía and Frank Sharry also join the conversation.
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[VIDEO] Mary Burke’s “Scott Walker giving you pizza” ad so good that critics are arguing over the toppings

October 20, 2014
Mary Burkes Scott Walker giving you pizza

Democrat Mary Burke’s campaign for Wisconsin governor has been running an extremely effective TV ad lately and it’s about pizza. Actually, it’s about Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s overly ballyhooed income-tax cuts. The Burke ad correctly notes that under Walkernomics, “average” Wisconsin taxpayers will get $11 per month in relief on their state income tax...
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President Obama casts his early ballot in Illinois

October 20, 2014
President Obama casts his early ballot in Illinois

President Obama cast his early ballot today in Illinois. PO-41MO President Barack Obama is home to cast his ballot Monday, the day early voting begins in Illinois, and he isn’t afraid to reveal whom he’s casting his ballot for. At an event Sunday night for Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois, a fired up Obama...
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U.S. court rules Texas should use voter identification in election

October 15, 2014
U.S. court rules Texas should use voter identification in election

A U.S. appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Texas should require photo voter identification in this year’s general election, overturning an earlier ruling. The law originally passed in 2011 and took effect last year, but last week a judge ruled that the law had a discriminatory effect against Hispanics and African-Americans and created ‘an...
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