CivicForumPAC Launches SaveKeithOlbermann.com

On Sunday CivicForumPAC (CFP) launched SaveKeithOlbermann.com. According to CFP Chairman Ford O’Connell: Our friend Tucker Carlson needs your help. Recently, Tucker purchased the domain “KeithOlberman.com” and redirected it to his news hub DailyCaller.com.  Since then Keith Olbermann, the ever-venomous, conservative … Continued


Republican Tom Reed Has Cash Advantage In NY-29

Former Corning mayor Tom Reed’s bid to recapture New York’s 29th Congressional District seat for Republicans appears in solid financial shape, as new campaign finance reports show him with a huge cash advantage over Democrat Matt Zeller of Victor. Reed has … Continued


Both Parties Project Election Day Optimism

Leaders of both parties sounded optimistic Sunday about their prospects in November’s midterm elections, as Vice President Joe Biden said he and President Barack Obama disagreed with White House press secretary Robert Gibbs’ assessment last Sunday that Democrats could lose … Continued


Palin Sets Sights On 2012 GOP Nomination

The latest candidate to win the most coveted Republican prize of the election year stood on the steps of a gazebo here and reminded voters of a new reason to support her in the crowded race for Georgia governor. “Sarah … Continued


WSJ: Angle’s Strategy For Reid

Sharron Angle first realized the extent of the brewing revolt against Washington in late March, at a tea party protest in Searchlight, Nev. A “Woodstock of the West,” she calls it. “More than 30,000 people sojourned to this tiny rural … Continued


Capito Blasts Manchin For West Virginia Senate Appointment

Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) called Gov. Joe Manchin’s (D) selection of an interim Senator Friday a political maneuver meant to further Manchin’s own ambitions. Capito, a leading candidate to face Manchin in a special election this fall to permanently fill … Continued


Colorado GOP Leaders Concerned About Governor’s Race

Colorado Republicans were like ducks on a pond Thursday. On the surface, party members seemed calm and poised, but underneath they were madly paddling as they tried to fathom what has happened to their chances of winning the governor’s mansion … Continued


2010 Election Preview: Alaska

Alaska’s elections this year look to be on the quiet side so far, and the November outcome leans toward a continuation of the status quo among the statewide offices, the governorship, U.S. Senate and U.S. House. The outlook is likewise … Continued


Angle Takes Mason-Dixon Poll In Stride

Following her speech in Las Vegas Friday, Nevada GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle spoke briefly about her falling poll numbers but took no questions from assembled media. “We’ve had polls come out before and in fact before the primary we were … Continued