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February 15, 2010

Republican chances in the 2010 Senate elections look better every day and today is no exception.  The Washington Post is reporting that Evan Bayh is about to announce that he will not seek re-election later this year. This is excellent news for the country and for conservatives.  Although Bayh was no longer as safe as [...]

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Dan Coats to Challenge Evan Bayh

February 3, 2010

Be sure to thank the people of Massachusetts for pushing the proverbial snowball down the hill when they elected Scott Brown to Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat and showed Republicans across the country that this was the year to run for office if you wanted to win an election.  Thanks to the Democrats’ unpopular liberal agenda [...]

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Rep. Mike Pence Will Not Challenge Evan Bayh

January 26, 2010

Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) will NOT challenge Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) in this November’s Indiana Senate Race, as initially thought.  Pence would have been a good choice to challenge Bayh, as he held a lead in early polls.  Now, Bayh stands a better chance of winning in November, although another potential Republican challenger, John Hostetler.  [...]

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Bayh Evan? Rasmussen Poll Shows Indiana Senate Seat in Play

January 25, 2010

Add Indiana’s Evan Bayh to the list of Senate Democrats now fighting for their political lives.  According to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll, the formerly popular and safe Bayh now trails Republican Congressman Mike Pence in his bid for re-election.  Fortunately for Bayh, Pence has not declared his candidacy, but that should provide the Senator [...]

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Republicans Supporting Earmarks Are Republicans Why?

March 3, 2009

The Senate rejected an amendment offered by John McCain earlier today that would have enacted a spending freeze for the rest of the fiscal year and eliminated over eight thousand earmarks from the President’s most recent Spend Other People’s Money That We Don’t Have Act.  The outrage is not that the Amendment was defeated, though [...]

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