Campaign 2010

 
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What's next for Mike Pence?

What's next for Mike Pence?

By Russ Pulliam
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Campaign 2010 | The Republican surge on Election Day creates a nice dilemma for U.S. Rep. Mike Pence from Indiana. He can run for governor in 2012, having stepped away from…

A freshman, not a rookie

A freshman, not a rookie

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Campaign 2010 | GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-Rep.-elect Bill Huizenga is a freshman Republican congressman who will assume the seat held for 18 years by Peter Hoekstra. Their Western…

Climbing the hill

Climbing the hill

By Emily Belz, Edward Lee Pitts, Jamie Dean & Alisa Harris
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Campaign 2010 | As a large freshman class arrives in Washington promising change, these are some of the new faces to watch in Congress

In the kitchen of the Lord

In the kitchen of the Lord

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Campaign 2010 | A post-election pot of metaphor

Tea Party transit

Tea Party transit

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Campaign 2010 | Having made an enormous mark in the 2010 election, Tea Partiers now face the challenge of maintaining their momentum

Let freedom ring!

Let freedom ring!

By Marvin Olasky
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Campaign 2010 | But let jubilation depart. The election of many pro-lifers is good news, but much work remains

Meet the new speaker

Meet the new speaker

By Emily Belz
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Campaign 2010 | A 20-year House veteran, John Boehner has gained the confidence of his Republican colleagues-including social conservatives who are confident that he will…

Grown-up honesty

Grown-up honesty

By Joel Belz
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Campaign 2010 | Will the new Congress end the pretense that Americans can have it all regardless of cost?

The real Republican revolution

The real Republican revolution

By Emily Belz
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Campaign 2010 | The GOP has the upper hand in redistricting after adding a staggering 680 seats in state chambers

After the fall

After the fall

By Cal Thomas
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Campaign 2010 | The cynic in me says that Democrats will learn nothing from the midterm election. They not only took a bath, they were effectively water-boarded by voters.

Falling short

Falling short

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Campaign 2010 | The Republican tsunami was downgraded to just a tropical storm in Senate races

Good news, new challenges

Good news, new challenges

By Marvin Olasky
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Campaign 2010 | Fiscal issues were paramount in this year's election, but it's worth noting that the next Congress will be stronger in pro-life numbers and leadership. The…

 
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