Day: <span>November 2, 2010</span>

O’Donnell loses, Rubio wins Senate races

Delaware voters apparently have saved the rest of the country from Christine O’Donnell, the onetime witchcraftdabbler who recently amused a debate audience with her lack of basic knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. Republican and Tea Party favorite O’Donnell is the projected loser of the race for the Senate seat once held by Vice President Joe […]

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GOP picks up one U.S. Senate seat

CNN is projecting Republican Dan Coats as the winner of an open (now Democratic) Senate seat in Indiana. And the TV network is calling Rand Paul the winner of the Senate seat in Kentucky, which will remain in Republican hands. Rs still nine seats short of gaining a Senate majority.

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Early lead for Rand Paul

Rand Paul, the ultraconservative son of the ultraconservative Congressman (and former presidential candidate) Ron Paul of Texas, has jumped out to an early lead in his race for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky. In very early returns, Republican Paul is leading, 56 percent to 44 percent, over Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway for the seat […]

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Still time to vote

The polls will be open for a little more than two more hours. If you haven’t voted so far, please do so now. Think education and vote for Bill White and TSTAendorsed candidates for the Legislature and State Board of Education. Our endorsements are in the most recent issue of the Advocate and in the […]

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