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Adam Schaefer and Nancy Smith have posted the results of some fascinating experimental research on Ken Cuccinelli’s loss in Virginia. Their research suggests “an aggressive attack on McAuliffe for supporting Obamacare was ineffective at best and counter-productive at worst. Show More Summary
When pro-life Republican Ken Cuccinelli lost a narrow election to pro-abortion candidate Terry McAuliffe in the race for governor in Virginia, some political pundits and pro-abortion Republicans suggested the abortion issue hurt the Republican candidate. However, a new study finds the opposite is true and that a concerted effort by Cuccinelli and his supported to […]
Hahahaha! [Virginia Republican Party Chairman Pat] Mullins mocked post-election analysis that said [2013 GOP gubernatorial nominee Ken] Cuccinelli was too conservative for a changing state. “This is false narrative by false prophets,” he said. Show More Summary
After consulting with the office of outgoing attorney general Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia will not follow the IRS policy of allowing married same-sex couples to file federal taxes jointly. read more
The same donors who contributed so much to Ken Cuccinelli’s climate-denying campaign to be the Governor of Virginia are setting their sights on McAuliffe. The post Fossil Fuel Companies Funnel Money Into McAuliffe’s Inaugural Fund appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Ken Cuccinelli lost a winnable race in Virginia for the governorship this month against Terry McAuliffe, a national-profile Democrat whose...
Less than a month after defeating Republican Ken Cuccinelli to win the state of Virginia's top political office, Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe has already begun to fill the state's bureaucracy with political operatives. On NovemberShow More Summary
Flooded with emails accusing Robert Sarvis' Libertarian gubernatorial campaign of being funded by the left, John Vaught LaBeaume couldn’t help but muse: what if Republican candidate Ken Cuccinelli was the real “leftist plant,” “pushed” into...Show More Summary
Election Day 2013 wasn't kind to the Tea Party.Ken Cuccinelli lost in Virginia. The non-Tea Party candidate Chris Christie won in New Jersey. And an establishment-backed Republican defeated a Tea Party candidate in an Alabama GOP congressional run-off.But as Lee Edwards, a distin …
Ken Cuccinelli sat down for his first post-election interview with The Post and had a few very interesting things to say. At the top of the list? The idea of running against Mark Warner next year is “tempting”: Read full article >>
In the news: Maryland gubernatorial hopeful Heather Mizeur will propose new marijuana legalization and taxation initiative today, a College Park man was badly injured in a porta potty fire, and Ken "The Cooch" Cuccinelli finally speaks. [ more › ]
Politics is in the eye of the beholder. Post-mortems now gushing forth about why Ken Cuccinelli, conservative Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, lost to Democrat Terry MacAuliffe, a business-as-usual political retread from...Show More Summary
The 2013 elections taught us a lot, even if many activist conservatives and tea partiers don’t seem interested in learning the lesson—at least not yet. In Virginia, the Republican party ran a social conservative, Ken Cuccinelli, who failed to unite his own party. Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Get Your Late Night Snark Outta My Bedroom: "In Virginia, [Republican] candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli went down, which is ironic because he was trying to make oral sex illegal. I'm not making that up. Show More Summary
For climate researcher Michael Mann, the last few weeks have hardly been average ones in the life of a scientist and university professor. On October 30, Mann introduced Bill Clinton at a campaign rally for Terry McAuliffe in Charlottesville, Virginia. Show More Summary
MONEY VOTES: Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe spent about 38 times more per vote than Robert Sarvis did, and about 1.6 times more per vote than Ken Cuccinelli did. By Kathryn Watson | Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau ALEXANDRIA, Va. — If candidates won based on how little they had to spend per vote, Libertarian Robert Sarvis won by...
In the wake of the defeat of Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli in the governor's race, I hope we can say this is the end of the Republican Party as we know it. The key words being "as we know it," and how it has been the past few years. Show More Summary
Both Ken Cuccinelli’s team and that of Governor-Elect Terry McAuliffe agree that the Republican shutdown cost the GOP the governorship. USA Today reports: “Top campaign aides to Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe and his GOP opponent, Ken Cuccinelli, agreed Wednesday on two things about the just-concluded bitter campaign: that the federal government shutdown was a critical […]
Virginia's incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling helped Democrat Terry McAuliffe narrowly defeat Republican Ken Cuccinelli in several ways. Not only did Bolling refuse to endorse Cuccinelli, he also transferred $446,674...Show More Summary