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'Tea party' activists march on Capitol Hill
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'Tea party' activists march on Capitol Hill

BY Kathleen Hennessey

Washington- "Tea party" activists marched Sunday on Capitol Hill, promising to mobilize conservative voters on election day to take back the country. "They say a storm is coming," conservative activist Virginia Thomas told thousands gathered under an overcast sky. "They ain't seen nothing yet. Nov. 2 will be a storm!" Organized by the Washington-based advocacy group FreedomWorks, the march took place on a date heralded by talk show commentator Glenn Beck as a symbol of conservatives' political awakening. Beck did not attend.

09/13/2010
Democratic candidates all but ignore their legislative successes
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Democratic candidates all but ignore their legislative successes

BY Janet Hook

Reporting from Washington — As Democrats fan out across the country to campaign for reelection this month, many are surprisingly quiet about their hard-won accomplishments — the major bills they have passed under President Obama.In an effort coordinated with the White House, congressional leaders are urging Democrats to focus less on bragging about what they have done — a landmark healthcare law, a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street regulation and other far-reaching policy changes — and more on efforts to fix the economy and on the perils of Republican control of Congress.

08/16/2010