The only thing keeping Republicans in power right now is money, and they'll tell any lies to hold onto that money.
Republicans blame Obama for not putting policies into effect that either (A) belonged in a fun house or (B) that the House wouldn't pass, all while cloaked in the garb of wanting the best for their constituents.
The Center for Responsive Politics revealed that Sarah Palin's SuperPAC, SarahPAC, contributed only $45,000 to the campaigns of GOP candidates in the third quarter despite having over $1.4 million available.
A Kansas district court ruled on Wednesday that the Democratic Party does not need to name a Senate candidate to take on incumbent Republican Senator Pat Roberts. This decision opens the door for independent candidate Greg Orman to face Roberts in a head-to-head battle.
Sarah Palin gave her usual pep talk -- including the requisite Palinism of "invicted" -- to the "a couple hundred" attendees at a pancake breakfast with Senator Pat Roberts in Kansas.
Losing at the polls in Kansas to independent candidate and X-Factor Chad Orman, incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is pulling out all stops. That means campaigning with 91-year-old former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole at Dodge City event in what Philip Rucker of the Washington Post styled a “geriatric rescue mission” – and if that doesn’t work, using the dreaded ‘s’ word: socialism.
Democrats and Independents need to be on alert because the environment is right for Republicans to try to steal control of the Senate by rigging the vote in the Kansas Senate race.
The chest-thumping and boasting that we heard from the GOP earlier in the year about the likelihood of the party taking over the Senate has quieted down dramatically in the last few days as bad news keeps spilling in for Republicans.
Republican hopes of winning the Senate were dealt a major setback when the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that former Democrat candidate Chad Taylor's name must be removed from the ballot.
Republicans are fighting to keep the Democratic candidate in the US Senate race in Kansas back on the ballot as the state's Republican Secretary of State said that Democrat Chad Taylor's name must stay on the ballot.
Senator Pat Roberts is not a current resident of Kansas. This issue has opened the window for the Kansas Tea Party to primary him in the fall.