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The GOP’s Resurgence In Ohio

Ohio, the GOP’s most pivotal swing state in 2004, is proving once again to be fertile ground for Republicans in 2010. Despite the attention the current administration is lavishing on Ohio – President Obama has visited the state nearly a dozen … Continued

The Path To Victory In Washington

Last month we examined the political climate in Oregon noting that in 2010, the Beaver State is “not your traditional swing state.” Head up I-5, and you’ll notice striking similarities between the happenings in Oregon and its neighbor to the … Continued

The GOP’s Colorado Divide

Republicans head into the stretch run of this campaign season with a chance to make major gains in Colorado. But if an amicable solution to a tense intraparty divide at the top of the ticket is not resolved in a … Continued

Protecting Colorado’s Constitutional Rights

In case you missed it, Democrats currently have a stranglehold on Colorado. But this has not always been the case. Less than a decade ago, Republicans had a firm grip on the Centennial State. Other then the Governor’s mansion, the … Continued

Blakeslee Defeats Baird In California Senate Runoff

Earlier this month we discussed the need to block Democrats from attaining a super-majority in the California State Senate. On Tuesday, Republican Sam Blakeslee defeated Democrat John Laird in the closely-watched state Senate race, keeping the highly coveted seat vacated by … Continued

Oregon: Not Your Traditional Swing State

At the federal level, many Republicans view Oregon—with two Democratic Senators and four out of five Democratic U.S. Representatives—a far-left leaning liberal bastion with anachronistic fiscal and social policies. At the state level, though, the Beaver State is a swing … Continued

The Democrat Supermajority Must Be Stopped In California

With the amount of money being spent on California’s marquee races for governor and senator this fall, it’s not surprising that the special election to be held on August 17 hasn’t garnered the same headlines as Whitman vs. Brown or … Continued

Michigan GOP Gubernatorial Nomination Up For Grabs

On Aug. 3, Michigan voters will head to the polls to decide the Republican nominee for Governor in the Wolverine State. The three frontrunners for the GOP nomination are Attorney General Mike Cox,U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra and Ann Arbor businessman Rick Snyder. … Continued