Congressional elections 2008
The latest news on Congressional elections 2008
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Easter Bunny, dozens of professional athletes and thousands of children will be hippity-hopping across the White House's South Lawn as President Barack Obama and his family lead the annual Easter Egg Roll.
Despite delegate lag and close polls, campaign looks to Pa. and Texas for win.
There is not enough money available in the political cycle for candidates to get their messages out.
Reid spent six years turning the marginally red Nevada solidly blue.
But let’s see if the Republican majority keeps it promises.
Maybe we should replace bipartisanship with a need for politicians to listen to their constituents.
A lot of what will happen depends on whether the 2008 election really moved the country to the left.
Obama has been too deferential with Congress to make good on his campaign promises.
Either the Republicans' dream comes true or close races will tilt toward the Dems.
Five factors complicating the ability of Obama and congressional Republicans to work together.