The latest news on Alexander, Lamar
Beware adversaries bearing gifts.
Running away from something with 3 percent popularity is rational.
Democrats allow hecklers to boo a Republican senator at a hearing.
He has a personal symbol to show off his energy concerns.
He's an outspoken proponent of new car technology, so Alexander just bought a specially fitted Prius.
The battle for the No. 3 Senate leadership post between Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander and North Carolina's Richard Burr is heating up in advance of tomorrow's vote. The race for chair of the Senate GOP Conference intensified this week when Texan Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison bowed out.
Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander appears poised to be elected the next Senate Republican Conference chairman this week, according to Senate sources.