An obscure Virginia House of Delegates Representative may be the Kingmaker in the 2020 presidential election.
Who won the midterm elections: the Republican establishment or the Tea Party?
If Twitter buzz is any indication, Ed Gillespie might actually have a shot at beating Sen. Mark Warner in Virginia.
Republicans now look likely to gain eight Senate seats in November, but their leads are slimming.
If you’re going to run an insider, you might as well run one who can self-fund, who’s politically savvy, and who at least opposed the auto bailout.
Ed Gillespie appears to be sharp, talented and decent man with an imposing resume, but what aspect of his experience suggests to anyone that he’s the type of candidate an evolving Republican Party will fall behind or get excited about?
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