Chris continues his coverage from the Conservative Political Action Conference. He talks to Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, Chairman of the RNC Reince Priebus, former Delaware Senate Candidate Christine O’Donnell, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, Maryland Congressional candidate Dan Bongino, Colin Hanna from Let Freedom Ring, and Jack Hunter from rare.us.
Chris discusses Maxine Waters and the Congressional Black Caucus critique’s of President Obama, Christine O’Donnell walking off the Piers Morgan Show, and a wedding shop refusing to sell a dress to a lesbian.
Chris responds to Warren Buffett’s call for higher taxes on the rich. He talks to Conservative Columnist Mark Steyn about his new book, After America and to Christine O’Donnell about her new book, Trouble Maker.
Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell says she never wanted to make the campaign commercial in which she assured voters that she was “not a witch.”
Mike Castle is speaking out, months after his first political loss in 40 years.
A person with knowledge of the investigation says federal authorities have opened a criminal probe of Delaware Republican Christine O’Donnell to determine if the former Senate candidate broke the law by using campaign money to pay personal expenses.
Delaware Republican Christine O’Donnell set a state record by spending more than $6.1 million in her losing Senate campaign.
Political candidates from across Delaware are gathering to make amends after this year’s campaigns and symbolically bury the hatchet.
Democrat Chris Coons is feeling humbled by his victory over Republican and tea party-backed Christine O’Donnell, but says now the hard work begins.
Tea party activists are trying to energize conservative voters to propel Republican Christine O’Donnell to a victory in Delaware’s U.S. Senate race.
The upcoming midterm elections could signal a major change in the political landscape of the United States. Oren Liebermann breaks down the Senate and Gubernatorial races in our area.
Just hours after a nationally televised showdown, Democrat Chris Coons and Republican Christine O’Donnell were back at it again, meeting in their second debate of Delaware’s U.S. Senate campaign.
Republican Senate hopeful Christine O’Donnell is dismissing comments she’s made over the years on religious and social issues such as evolution, sexual abstinence and homosexuality, saying they’re not relevant to the campaign.
Christine O’Donnell is not a witch. That’s how Delaware’s Republican Senate candidate begins her first television commercial since winning a big upset in last month’s primary.
Christine O’Donnell made an appearance at her new campaign headquarters in Delaware on Friday and Eyewitness News was able to speak with her and ask some tough questions.