A document obtained by BuzzFeed News shows that Latino voter turnout in 2014 was worse than 2012 and 2010. The Democrats on Saturday unveiled a preliminary task force report on lessons from an election that led to GOP control of Congress.
In an apology, Republican state legislator Brian Kurcaba said that he believes that “all children are precious regardless of circumstances.”
GROW Elect has helped get 90 Latino Republicans elected in California, all with an eye towards diversifying the Republican Party. But will their strategy of helping to elect moderates work in more conservative states?
Anitere Flores, who has been rumored as a possible Senate candidate if Marco Rubio runs for president, and Sean Reyes, Utah’s attorney general in the middle of the immigration battle, spoke to BuzzFeed News after an RNC “Rising Stars” event.
The network’s ties to Hillary Clinton, treatment of Marco Rubio, and singular focus on immigration give Republicans fits. But for one big reason: Republicans need Univision.
“A candidate gets to persuade.”
Speaker John Boehner has been threatening to sue the Obama administration since July over alleged abuses of power related to the rollout of the health care law.
CNN reports that Republicans used anonymous Twitter accounts to share internal polling data with GOP super PACs. Just imagine the Snapchats!
If Dan Sullivan topples incumbent Mark Begich, a Democrat, Republicans would pick up another seat in the upper chamber.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
On Gov. Tom Corbett’s campaign website. Update (6:58 p.m.): The Corbett campaign says the “whole website footer graphic” is Photoshopped, including a stock image of a black woman.
“He’s out fundraising, he’s out golfing, and he’s talking about shutting down Guantanamo Bay.”
“I think the chances are reasonably good chance of that happening.”
“The Democrats have used this tactic regularly,” an RNC spokesperson said.
Talking about House Republicans’ immigration principles.
Mitt’s biggest fans celebrate the triumph of Romney Republicanism in Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Idaho. “The Romney brand has had a real resurgence,” says O’Brien.
Karen Handel’s surge in advance of Tuesday’s GOP primary has stunned some Republicans in the state. “I have been underestimated my whole life,” Handel says.
“Jeb would be a superb president, but I think Christie would connect better — we desperately need a president to connect to the people.” The billionaire and major GOP donor on Bush baggage, Spitzer, and Cuomo.
Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp was speaking to Newsmax TV Wednesday where he said Democratic Sen. Harry Reid was attempting to fan the “flames of hatred, jealousy, and greed” when speaking of the Koch Brothers and Mitt Romney.
Now she’s desperately trying to get the photo taken down. What makes it even worse, she says, is that she signed up for health insurance via the Affordable Care Act and loves it. UPDATE — 7:51 p.m.: One of the pages, Right Wing News, has removed the image.
The Republican National Committee also called for an investigation into the NSA’s “unconstitutional surveillance” program.
“You don’t commit 23 years of your life to someone to make a political statement […] They can get over it.”
Joffrey, Tyrion, and the gang help explain the convoluted Chris Christie scandal surrounding the George Washington Bridge.
“I have never met him and don’t know anyone in his camp, but I’m glad he’s thinking about us,” one state representative said. The holiday cards were paid for by the New Jersey Republican State Committee.
“What Parks did was courageous. What Mr. Robertson did was courageous too.”
“I will choke that illegal Mex cleaning in the library. Stop banging fucking chairs around and turn off your Walkman.”
Colorado state Sen. Owen Hill considered telling a Kenyan kid, “Well, you know what, we already have someone from Kenya as president of the United States.” Update: Hill says it was an “obvious joke.”
The Health and Human Services Secretary made some curious remarks Friday in response to criticism of the disastrous debut of HealthCare.gov.