Legendary actor and comedian Steve Martin on Friday endorsed Democrat Bob Kerrey in his uphill Nebraska Senate battle.
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The National Rifle Association on Thursday endorsed Mitt Romney minutes before the Republican presidential nominee prepared to speak to a loud crowd in the Shenandoah Valley full of NRA supporters.
A growing number of Americans say they will only vote for political candidates who agree with their stance on abortion, according to a poll released Thursday.
Fox News won the cable news war in Wednesday's debate, which was watched by a total of 58 million people — up from 52.4 million for the first debate between President Obama and John McCain in 2008.
Former New Hampshire Gov. and top Mitt Romney surrogate John Sununu — never one to mince words — said Thursday that President Obama revealed his incompetence and "how lazy and detached he is" in Wednesday night's debate.
Attempting to regroup after a disappointing debate performance, President Obama's campaign is casting GOP rival Mitt Romney as a "serial evader" whose ability to bend facts makes him unfit to be president.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has become the chief attack dog against his co-religionist Mitt Romney, but on Wednesday that attack went even further when his official Senate office released a statement that attributed a quote to Mr. Romney, even though he said the exact opposite.
Democrat Tim Kaine raised $4.5 million over the last three months for his campaign in the U.S. Senate contest in Virginia, while his opponent, Republican George Allen, took in about $3.5 million, bringing the total hauls for the two campaigns to about $15 million and $11.6 million, respectively.
Former Vice President Al Gore has a possible explanation why President Obama didn't do better during his debate Wednesday night with Mitt Romney in Denver: the altitude.
Missouri Rep. Todd Akin's hometown paper has endorsed his opponent, Claire McCaskill, in their race for U.S. Senate.
President Obama's top campaign adviser on Thursday accused Republican challenger Mitt Romney of being dishonest during the first presidential debate, and also downplayed assertions by many observers and liberal pundits that the GOP nominee won the first matchup between the candidates.
American Crossroads spent $11 million on anti-Obama ads Tuesday, the largest one-day expenditure by a super PAC since the unlimited-money groups were created in 2010, records showed Thursday.
Democratic House candidate Patrick Murphy of Florida hit back at opponent Rep. Allen West with a new ad challenging the incumbent's military record, accusing the Republican of criminal activity in an incident regarding an Iraqi prisoner.
Most polls are showing President Obama ahead by just a few points, but he might have a landslide victory brewing according to one very unscientific poll.
Despite the smattering of support he's gathered in the last week, Rep. Todd Akin still lagged 6 points behind Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill in two polls released Wednesday.