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Backfire: Republican Rhetoric in 2014 Will Be an Albatross for 2016 Report

Backfire: Republican Rhetoric in 2014 Will Be an Albatross for 2016

While Republicans’ far-right positions may help drive the conservative base in 2014, many of their actions and messages risk alienating the rising American electorate of 2016—Latinos, Millennials, African Americans, and women.

Neera Tanden, Gov. Ted Strickland, Arkadi Gerney, 1 More Tiffany Germain

Cory’s Colorado Report
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Cory’s Colorado

In an economic climate where Colorado’s leaders should be fighting to expand the middle class, Rep. Cory Gardner’s policy positions on women’s health and women’s economic security would squeeze the budgets of working women and their families even more.

Charles Posner

Failing to Act Report
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Failing to Act

Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s failure to take action on issues such as raising the minimum wage, expanding access to affordable health care, and addressing climate change will continue to hurt middle- and working-class Floridians.

Tiffany Germain

The Members of Congress and Congressional Hopefuls Who Want to Sell or Seize Public Lands in Your State Interactive
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks in Ames, Iowa, on August 9, 2014. (AP/Charlie Neibergall)

The Members of Congress and Congressional Hopefuls Who Want to Sell or Seize Public Lands in Your State

This fourth and final installment of the “Bundy’s Buddies” series identifies 20 candidates for federal office and current members of Congress who share Cliven Bundy’s views about America’s public lands, mapping each of their state’s most visited public lands and amount of consumer spending on outdoor recreation.

Claire Moser, Matt Lee-Ashley

4 Candidates Who Just Won Their Party’s Nomination for Competitive November Elections and Want to Sell or Seize Public Lands Article
Then-Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love addresses the Utah Republican Party's annual organizing convention, in Sandy, Utah, May 18, 2013. (AP/Rick Bowmer)

4 Candidates Who Just Won Their Party’s Nomination for Competitive November Elections and Want to Sell or Seize Public Lands

This third installment of the “Bundy’s Buddies” series profiles four nonincumbent candidates for office who recently won their party’s nomination for competitive elections in the American West and who believe that federal lands should be seized by states or sold off to the highest bidder.

Claire Moser, Matt Lee-Ashley