COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —
The evidence accumulates that the Republican Party is sobering up — cotton-mouthed and slightly disoriented — from its recent ideological bender.
In his more than 58 years in Congress, John Dingell has never been known to mince words. So it was no surprise that the 87-year-old Michigan Democrat announced his departure with a characteristically acerbic bang.
There seems to be a growing consensus that the Republicans have a real shot at recapturing the Senate in the next midterm elections, giving them further opportunity, if not total assurance, of making President Obama’s next years in office meaningless.
PHOENIX — Two years ago the Republican-controlled Legislature sought to get voters to kill the Citizens Clean Elections Act, claiming it’s wrong for politicians to get public money.
The four Republican candidates for Congress in Arizona’s District 1 will debate in SaddleBrooke Wednesday.
A local retired Air Force chief master sergeant who gained Internet fame for his fiery letter to Rep. Paul Ryan defending veterans now wants to be his colleague.
Republican Ed Martin announced Friday that he’s pulling out of the GOP primary in Congressional District 2.
I am pretty sure my bathroom scale is a Republican.
A former Tucson City Council member has launched a drive to move Green Valley, Sahuarita and — perhaps most critically, the proposed Rosemont Mine — out of Pima County and into Santa Cruz County.
WASHINGTON – With a year until the next election, Democratic freshmen in three competitive Arizona congressional districts are stockpiling cash for their re-election bids, according to the latest campaign-finance reports.
Passing immigration reform is a way for Republicans to get on a positive agenda and regain some of the approval of the American people, Sen. John McCain said Tuesday during a town hall in Tucson.
The first step in dealing with a problem is to admit that you have one.
This editorial appeared Thursday in the Los Angeles Times:
PRESCOTT — State House Speaker Andy Tobin on Thursday announced his candidacy for the state’s 1st Congressional District seat.
In life, context is everything; in Washington, leverage is everything else.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber has got himself in a bind.