Tom Davis

former Congressman (R-VA)

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Former Congressman from Virginia, he twice chaired the National Republican Congressional Committee; president of the Republican Main Street Partnership

Tom Davis on KCRW

Last month, when the Wall Street Journal and NBC News asked voters which party they liked best,  Democrats and Republicans tied  with 41% each.  That's a change from the pattern of…

Are the Democrats Going to Fall Out of Power?

Last month, when the Wall Street Journal and NBC News asked voters which party they liked best, Democrats and Republicans tied with 41% each.  That's a change from the pattern of…

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Charlie Cook, one of Washington's respected pundits, says watching the Democrats since August has been like " watching a car wreck in slow motion ."

Are the Democrats Going to Fall Out of Power?

Charlie Cook, one of Washington's respected pundits, says watching the Democrats since August has been like " watching a car wreck in slow motion ."

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