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  • Harris Bruises Banks, Burnishes Image With Mortgage Deals

    Nine months into her job as California attorney general, Kamala Harris found herself across the table from lawyers for five of the nation’s biggest lenders, trying to hammer out a deal to help mortgage holders weather the foreclosure crisis.

  • Wisconsin In Play for Romney After Recall, Gillespie Says

    Ed Gillespie, a senior adviser to Mitt Romney, said Wisconsin is in play for the presidential campaign after the Republican Party’s win in the state’s recall election last night, though he cautioned not to overestimate the victory’s effects nationally.

  • Alabama Bingo Feud Over Obama Rules Irks Cash-Thin States

    Luther Strange’s campaign to shut down every betting house in Alabama has hit a roadblock: the Obama administration and the National Indian Gaming Commission.

  • Romney Retooling Adds Former Republican Party Chairman Gillespie

    Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney announced today that his campaign has brought on Ed Gillespie, a former chairman of the Republican National Committee and a former aide to President George W. Bush, to help craft his message and unite the party as he prepares to take on President Barack Obama.

  • Karl Rove Is Back in $1 Billion Spending Drive to Oust Obama

    On the evening of June 29, Amedeo Scognamiglio, a jewelry designer on the Isle of Capri, met friends for drinks at the elegant Grand Hotel Quisisana. Around midnight, Scognamiglio says, “I noticed some familiar American faces.”

  • Attacks on Romney Said to Be ‘Chicago-Style Politics’

    Attacks on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney over his role at Bain Capital Partners LLC after he assumed management of the 2002 Olympics are “classic Chicago-style politics,” senior Romney adviser Ed Gillespie said.

  • Republicans Woo Hispanic Recruits Amid Immigration Divide

    Republicans are intensifying their efforts to recruit more Hispanics into their elected ranks across the country as they push to rebuild the national party and revamp their brand after losses at the polls in 2012.

  • Attacks on Romney Are ‘Chicago-Style Politics,’ Adviser Says

    Attacks on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney over his role at Bain Capital Partners LLC after he assumed management of the 2002 Olympics are “classic Chicago-style politics,” senior Romney adviser Ed Gillespie said.

  • Secret Donors Multiply in U.S. Election Spending

    In the weeks before last November’s election, television viewers in South Carolina were treated to an animated caricature of Representative John Spratt high- kicking in a chorus line with President Barack Obama and then- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi .

  • Axelrod Assails U.S. Chamber, Calling Secret Donations Threat to Democracy

    White House senior adviser David Axelrod said secret donations to outside political groups are “a threat to our democracy,” singling out the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for criticism less than a month before elections that will determine control of Congress.

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