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At year's end: Washington starts, end 2013 working on budget matters

At year's end: Washington starts, end 2013 working on budget matters

From the get-go, 2013 was turbulent in Washington. Crises rolled over the nation's capital like thunderheads after President Obama took his second oath of office on a crisp January day.
NICOLE DEBEVEC, United Press International
Politics 2014: October 2013 helps shape message for November 2014

Politics 2014: October 2013 helps shape message for November 2014

The U.S. government shutdown, immigration reform, budget woes, problems with the Affordable Care Act online enrollment created a whirlpool of controversy and contretemps for Washington and provided blood-stirring language for the 2014 midterm elections and beyond.
NICOLE DEBEVEC, United Press International
W.H.: Obama will veto healthcare repeal

W.H.: Obama will veto healthcare repeal

WASHINGTON, July 9 (UPI) -- As the GOP-controlled U.S. House of Representatives prepared to vote on repeal of the Affordable Care Act, the White House said a repeal bill would be vetoed.
Caucus, primary season nigh

Caucus, primary season nigh

After posturing and jockeying among states trying to raise their profile in influencing the Republican presidential nomination race, the Iowa party caucus kicks of the "official" 11-month run-up to the 2012 Election Day.
NICOLE DEBEVEC, United Press International

GOP donations strong for key senate seats

WASHINGTON, July 18 (UPI) -- Republican hopefuls in three key U.S. Senate contests posted strong fundraising totals for the second quarter of this year, federal records show.

McCain, Obama moving to center on Iraq

LOS ANGELES, May 16 (UPI) -- Despite the emotion the Iraq war causes among voters, analysts say the presumptive U.S. presidential nominees have moved toward a pragmatic center on the issue.

GOP candidates sprint toward Super Tuesday

WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 (UPI) -- John McCain is not expected to win all 21 U.S. state GOP presidential nominating contests Tuesday, but analysts say a good showing may give him clear momentum.

Fundraising upsets for 2008 frontrunners

WASHINGTON, April 9 (UPI) -- Fundraising upsets have thrown open the campaign for the 2008 U.S. presidential nominations, according to veteran campaign watchers. First-quarter fundraising totals indicate Democratic Sen. Hilary Rodham Clinton of New York and Republican Sen. John McCai

Republicans may lose U.S. House majority

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- Republican and Democratic Party strategists say this November's U.S. congressional election could end the GOP's 12-year-old majority in the House. Two independent political analysts -- Stuart Rothenberg and Charles Cook - tell the New York Times they expe

Democrats given chance to regain House

WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UPI) -- While Democrats seem poised to gain some U.S. Senate seats in the November elections, a report says regaining control of the Congress will be a long shot. Democrats seem more likely to carry the House, USA Today says on the Labor Day weekend that launches

GOP thinks tax-cut strategy will win votes

WASHINGTON, April 9 (UPI) -- Although Iraq and immigration are divisive issues, Republican strategists still believe U.S. tax cuts can unite the party and turn out voters in November.

Republicans behind '06 election polls

WASHINGTON, March 26 (UPI) -- Strategists say if congressional elections were held today, the Democratic Party would probably win control of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Georgia U.S. Reps. want new district lines

ATLANTA, Jan. 25 (UPI) -- The Georgia General Assembly, led by Republicans for the first time since reconstruction, is being pressed to redraw the state's congressional lines.

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Analysis: Election 2002 too close to call

SACRAMENTO, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- The 2002 "midterm" elections have twice been overshadowed by foreign policy: first by the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and then in recent weeks by the sometimes-ra
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Stuart Rothenberg is an American editor, publisher and political analyst best known for his Washington-based, biweekly, self-proclaimed non-partisan political newsletter The Rothenberg Political Report. He is also a regular columnist at Roll Call and an occasional op-ed contributor to other publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Orlando Sentinel.

Rothenberg, currently a resident of Potomac, Maryland, lived in Waterville, Maine while attending Colby College before relocating to Connecticut to earn his Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut. For a time, he settled in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, to teach political science at Bucknell University, a subject he has also taught at the Catholic University of America.

In addition to his writing, he has been frequently featured in news broadcasts and worked with CNN as a political analyst for over ten years. Last election cycle, he also served as a political analyst for CBS News and for the Voice of America. He is also a guest contributor for Political Wire.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Stuart Rothenberg."
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