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  • Boehner Loyalists’ Retirements Will Reshape House Lineup

    Raising taxes for top earners was anathema to Representative Dave Camp. Still, there he was on New Year’s Day 2013 backing a plan to do just that -- averting a U.S. fiscal crisis -- to help John Boehner.

  • Republican Davis Says Christie Hurt by Bridge Saga (Transcript)

    Tom Davis, a Republican consultant and former Virginia congressman, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that controversies surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have hurt the Republican’s possible presidential aspirations at a time when he already is viewed skeptically by the party’s base.

  • Christie’s Presidential Hopes Hurt by Scandal, Davis Says

    Controversies surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have hurt the Republican’s possible presidential aspirations at a time when he already is viewed skeptically by the party’s base, said Tom Davis, a Republican consultant.

  • Obama Must End Lethargy in Speech Next Week, Daschle Says

    President Barack Obama must demonstrate passion that he’s been lacking when he gives the annual State of the Union speech to Congress Jan. 28, former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle said.

  • Christie Support Firm Amid Fresh Scandal Allegations

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is maintaining support from some fellow Republicans following new allegations that he was aware of lane closings that intentionally snarled traffic onto the George Washington Bridge.

  • Virginia Republicans Organizing to Blunt Tea Party Power

    A group of Virginia Republicans, stung by the loss of the governorship after voters this month rejected Attorney General and Tea Party leader Ken Cuccinelli, are readying what would be one of the toughest intra-party revolts yet against the anti-tax movement.

  • Sununu, Davis on Republicans: Political Capital With Al Hunt

    Former New Hampshire Senator John Sununu and one-time Representative Tom Davis of Virginia, both Republicans, speak with Bloomberg's Al Hunt about the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

  • Romney Still Likely Nominee, Ex-Lawmakers Say

    Mitt Romney most likely will be the Republican presidential nominee if he sticks to his pledge of reviving the economy, because conservatives probably won’t coalesce around rival Rick Santorum, two of the party’s veteran politicians predicted.

  • Cruz Virginia Trip Raises Cuccinelli Risk in Governor Bid

    The partial federal government shutdown is throwing a fresh risk factor into the Virginia governor’s race, putting Republican candidate Ken Cuccinelli on the defensive as the contest enters its final month.

  • Washington Leadership Vacuum Raises Risks of Shutdown

    President Barack Obama couldn’t get Democrats to go along on Syria. House Speaker John Boehner couldn’t get fellow Republicans to go along on a budget bill.

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