Fight Back Colorado Announces Next Target

Fight Back Colorado Announces Next Target

The super PAC created to unseat anti-equality legislators in the Colorado legislature today announced its third target for the November election.

Log Cabin Republicans Announces Congressional Endorsements

Log Cabin Makes 20 Endorsements, Still No Romney

The group endorsed 20 candidates for the Senate and House but has yet to announce whether it plans to endorse Mitt Romney for president.

Romney Adviser Says Obama's Reaction to Libya Was 'Limp Wristed'

Romney Adviser: Obama's Reaction to Libya 'Limp Wristed'

Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton uses homophobic term to describe President Obama's foreign policy.

Baldwin and Thompson Go Head to Head in First Senate Debate

Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson Go Head-to-Head in First Debate

With the out Wisconsin candidate for Senate leading in the polls, the state's former governor calls her "far out of the mainstream."

Santorum, Perry Endorse Missouri Senate Candidate Todd Akin

Santorum Endorses Todd Akin

Conservative Republican Rick Santorum has endorsed Missouri Senate hopeful Todd Akin, whose campaign seemingly came to a screeching halt when he made

Fight Back Colorado Targets Aurora Republican

Fight Back Colorado Targets Aurora Republican

The super PAC created to unseat legislators who killed civil unions legislation earlier this year is going after what it calls one of Colorado's "most extreme" Republicans.

Cuomo Offers Endorsement to New York Republican Defeated in Primary
January 07 2014 7:23 PM ET

Hero for NY Marriage Is Out, Backs Away From Third-Party Bid

Governor Andrew Cuomo even offered to back Sen. Roy McDonald if he chose to continue as a third-party candidate, and a poll released by marriage equality advocates indicated the effort could be successful.

WATCH Super PAC Backed by Rove Releases Baldwin Attack Ad

WATCH: Karl Rove's Super PAC Attack on Tammy Baldwin

The GOP heavy-hitter has started investing in Senate candidates, possibly indicating that Rove has lost confidence in Mitt Romney's ability to win the White House.

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