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McDaniel campaign will delay filing election challenge
(from: Swing State Project @ July 25, 2014, 11:56 AM)

Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel delivers a concession speech in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, June 24, 2014. U.S. Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi narrowly defeated challenger McDaniel on Tuesday in a high-profile runoff election that pitted the Republi
What are they waiting for?
Last week, tea party senate candidate Chris McDaniel's election lawyer said the campaign would file a legal challenge to the results of his primary runoff against incumbent Republican Thad Cochran in Mississippi within 10 days. Well, it's been 10 days, but still no lawsuit.
Mitch Tyner, attorney for Chris McDaniel, says an expected legal challenge by McDaniel of the June 24 GOP primary runoff won't be filed today.
So, have they given up? Is it time to finally put the popcorn away? No, they say:
Tyner said in an email this morning: "We've been slightly delayed in getting some of the data that we want to include in the challenge and expect to file it next week."
For a month now, these guys have said they have evidence the election should be overturned, yet with the clock running out, they still haven't filed a challenge, and they keep on missing deadline after deadline. Either they don't actually have any evidence for their claims, or they are the stupidest sack of idiots that side of the Mississippi. Actually, probably both.


Poll for U.S. Senate Race in Kansas
(from: Ballot Access News @ July 25, 2014, 11:40 AM)

On July 25, SurveyUSA released a poll for the U.S. Senate race in Kansas. The results: Republican incumbent Pat Roberts 38%; Democrat Chad Taylor 33%; independent Greg Orman 14%; Libertarian Randall Batson 4%; undecided 11%. See here for more detail. The Kansas primary is August 5, and both Roberts and Taylor have primary opponents. Nevertheless,

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Murkowski to Begich: Talk About Your Own Record, Not Mine
(from: Washington Wire @ July 25, 2014, 11:38 AM)

Republican Lisa Murkowski, the senior U.S. senator from Alaska, has largely remained tight-lipped about this year's race for the state's other Senate seat, currently held by Democratic Sen. Mark Begich


The Stakes Beyond the Halbig Lawsuit
(from: Washington Wire @ July 25, 2014, 11:24 AM)

Drew Altman: This is not just another battle over the Affordable Care Act. If Halbig comes to be seen as another partisan political war playing out in the courts, this lawsuit could shake public faith in our political and judicial systems.


Justice Party?s Position on the Current Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
(from: Independent Political Report @ July 25, 2014, 11:14 AM)

The Justice Party of America vehemently opposes the recent bombing and ground invasion of Gaza by the Israeli military. We support an immediate withdrawal of Israel’s ground forces from Gaza and a ceasefire by both Hamas and Israel, and we call on both governments to seek diplomatic solutions to the ongoing conflict whose primary victims have been ? and will undoubtedly continue to be ? unarmed citizens, mostly Palestinians.… Read more ...


IVN: FEC Reports, Party In-Fighting Open Door for Greg Orman in KS Senate Race
(from: Independent Political Report @ July 25, 2014, 10:44 AM)

By David Yee

We like to believe that money isn?t everything when it comes to match-ups in the general election, but in reality it can be a pretty good indicator of who will be the last ones standing come November 4.

The U.S. Senate race in Kansas is grabbing national attention as independent candidate Greg Orman gains serious ground on the major party candidates.… Read more ...


Obama Adviser: Odds Growing for Impeachment Fight
(from: Washington Wire @ July 25, 2014, 10:42 AM)

President Barack Obama's forthcoming executive actions on immigration reform will increase the likelihood that House Republicans will pursue impeachment, a top White House official said.


WRVO Public Media: Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate Wants to Debate Cuomo, Astorino
(from: Independent Political Report @ July 25, 2014, 10:34 AM)

By Tom Magnarelli

Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for governor, called for a series of debates with Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Republican candidate Rob Astorino on a range of issues Wednesday, including job creation. Hawkins was critical of both Republican and Democratic economic policies.

?We have the most unequal distribution of income in the 50 states,” Hawkins said.… Read more ...


Daily Kos Elections Live Digest: 7/25
(from: Swing State Project @ July 25, 2014, 09:00 AM)

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8:40 AM PT: KS-Gov: Let's not beat around the bush: A new SurveyUSA poll finds Republican Gov. Sam Brownback trailing Democratic state House Minority Leader Paul David by a brutal 48-40, with a Libertarian taking five. SurveyUSA found similar numbers a month ago, when they found Davis up by six points. Brownback has posted some bad numbers before, but never quite this bad.

There are many reasons why Brownback has become so toxic in this very red state. In short, the governor and his conservative allies in the legislature have made brutal service cuts, especially to education. Brownback cut taxes without any idea of how to make up for the lost revenue, and Kansans are feeling the effects. It takes a lot to go from a 63-32 victory to a deficit in the polls in only four years, but Brownback has more than earned the dubious distinction of being the country's most vulnerable red state governor.

One small good piece of news for Brownback is that he doesn't appear to be in any primary danger. SurveyUSA finds him leading unheralded primary challenger Jennifer Winn 60-30. Not an impressive result, but it does indicate that at least some people can still stand Sam Brownback.


Conservative Thinker Stuart Butler Leaves Heritage for Brookings
(from: Washington Wire @ July 25, 2014, 08:11 AM)

Stuart Butler, a longtime figure in conservative policy deliberations who helped promote the idea of the individual health-care mandate before later disavowing it, is ending a 35-year career at the Heritage Foundation to join the Brookings Institution.


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