Month: July 2014

North Carolina’s Senate Race Starts To Look Interesting

As the dog days of August approach, political minds are beginning to focus more intensely on November and the Republicans chances at winning the Senate. The poll numbers are beginning to get more meaningful and in that context North Carolina

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How Real are Tea Party Hopes in Tennessee?

The tea party movement has had an up-and-down primary season, but a big statewide senate win has eluded it. Now Tennessee, and incumbent Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander, may represent the tea party’s last best chance for a senate win in

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Mapping the Complicated Politics of Immigration

Washington has again failed to pass an immigration overhaul measure, but on Friday thousands of new American citizens will be sworn in at hundreds of locations across the country. The July 4 naturalization ceremonies have become a staple of the holiday’s

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