midterm elections

Scalise To Conservative Grassroots: You’re The Problem

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise claimed in a recent email that Republicans are in danger of losing the House because the GOP’s base – grassroots conservative voters like you and me – aren’t giving establishment Republican politicians like him enough money.

Report: Obama To Release $34 Billion In New Regs. After Mid-Terms

Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

In 2012, the Obama admin. was heavily criticized for delaying major regulations until after the presidential election.

GOP Resorts to Hitting Up Reps. to Solve Cash Woes

Tina Nguyen, Mediaite

The Republican House majority might be threatened in this midterm election cycle because the GOP doesn't have the money to defend the seats. 

Boehner to Stay On As Speaker?

Cristina Marcos, The Hill

With Eric Cantor no longer his heir apparent, John Boehner is now more likely to stay on as Speaker. Conservative Jeb Hensarling hasn't ruled out a bid for Speaker. But Other members doubt the conference will want to go through another round of tumultuous leadership elections.

Poll: GOP Leads in Midterms as OCare Dooms Dems

Melanie Batley, Newsmax

R's are in the lead in the most competitive House & Senate races, a reflection on Obama's low approval rating & frustration with Obamacare, a new poll has found. 41% said they would choose a Repub., 34% would choose a Dem, and about 25% were unsure.

Rove Plans GOP Victory in Midterms at Tea Party's Expense

Drew MacKenzie, Newsmax

Karl Rove has set his sights on helping Sen. Mitch McConnell win the GOP primary this month against tea party opponent Matt Bevin following his success with establishment Repub. Thom Tillis in NC. He’s now targeted Bevin in the May 20 primary against McConnell, his longtime ally.

MI Tea Party Battles for GOP's Soul

Pat Shellenbarger, Bridge MI Magazine

The power struggle inside Michigan’s capitol has shifted. Now, it’s often Tea Party versus Republican. And the soul of the GOP is at stake in the '14 elections and beyond.