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Politics: Republican Campaigns

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Common Dreams

The patriarch of US conservatives has urged his followers to halt their financial support of the Republican Party and start an independent movement, signaling a major political shift that could result in heavy losses for the US ruling party in

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Associated Press

Rising gas prices and the continuing bloodshed in Iraq have stoked the Pennsylvania discontent to levels not seen since 1994 when Republicans pushed out Democrats to seize control of the House and Senate. Twelve years ago, President Clinton's a

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Washington Post

Disaffection over spending and immigration have caused conservatives to take flight from President Bush and the Republican Congress at a rapid pace in recent weeks, sending Bush's approval ratings to record lows and presenting a new threat to the

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Associated Press

"By the same Party that brought you Bob Dole." "Because he can't be as bad as the first two." "The third times a charm on Iraq." "Jeb: Because it's his turn." "Bush: Because we have no one else to

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Reuters

Republicans "are operating under survival instincts," a Republican congressional leader said in acknowledging public discontent with his party before November's election.

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Insight magazine

Several prominent Republicans in the House and Senate have urged President Bush to replace Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as part of an administration shakeup. GOP sources said many in the congressional leadership have warned that growing

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New York Times

Two years ago, Mr. Sodrel, a Republican and the owner of a trucking company, stood shoulder to shoulder with Mr. Bush in support of the invasion of Iraq, and his campaign featured a procession of appearances with Mr. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney

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Associated Press

Between now and the November elections, Republicans are penciling in plans to take action on social issues important to religious conservatives, the foundation of the GOP base, as they defend their congressional majority.

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Billy House - Washington for Arizona Republic

WASHINGTON - Congress must act to send a constitutional marriage amendment to the states or risk that the courts will rule in favor of same-sex marriage nationwide, asserts a new report from a key Senate committee headed by Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.

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Christian Science Monitor

Liberal hues began to multiply in 2004, when Democrats seized control of the general assembly for the first time in 30 years. They intensified last fall, when voters loosened TABOR, a government- spending chastity belt long extolled by fiscal conserv

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Associated Press

DeLay campaigned at carefully orchestrated events, avoided direct interviews with reporters and largely focused on his hometown of Sugar Land. It paid off with a 2-to-1 victory margin over lawyer Tom Campbell, who had ties to the first President Bush

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Associated Press

Republican governors are openly worrying that the Bush administration's latest stumbles—from the natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina to prescription drugs and ports security—are taking an election-year toll on the party back home.

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American Prospect

An investigation into the private and public finances of Rick Santorum suggests that the Senate GOP might want to reconsider making him its ethics czar. The Santorums bought their oversized Shenstone “estate” even though his financial disclosure form

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