The effort could offer Republicans another opportunity not only to hammer red-state Democrats for what they’ve deemed are Obama’s job-killing energy policies, but also to attack Obama for a pattern of “lawlessness,” if he seeks to go around Congress to secure the pact.
Peter Sullivan 08/27/14 06:29 PM EDT
Mitt Romney is in demand, and it’s raising speculation.
We shouldn't "expect him to sit on the sidelines and ignore it," said Scott Peters (Calif.).
The poll comes after Romney said "circumstances can change" when asked about 2016.
Another survey shows an independent challenger surging and cutting into the GOP incumbent.
A Suffolk University/USA Today survey shows Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst are tied.
The GOP leader outlined how to oppose Democratic pet proposals if Republicans flip Senate.
Kent Sorenson switched his support to Ron Paul days before the Iowa Caucus.
The 2012 nominee still says he's not running again, but softer than earlier denials.
The race to face vulnerable Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D) hinges on outstanding ballots.