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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the longest serving independent in Congress, on Monday hammered the Senate's other independent, Connecticut Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, for his support for renewing Bush-era tax cuts for high-income wage earners.
Former GOP presidential candidate John McCain gave his support Monday to fellow party member Robert Ehrlich in his attempt to retake the Maryland governorship.
Senate candidate Gov. Charlie Crist of Florida has ramped up support for gay rights in an attempt to woo voters away form Democratic nominee Rep. Kendrick B. Meek.
A new poll shows Nevada Democratic Sen. Harry Reid holding a slim two-percentage point lead over Republican Senate challenger Sharron Angle.
As the Democratic and Republican parties amp up campaign efforts in the final weeks before the much anticipated Nov. 2 midterm elections, party Web masters are busy churning out new online bells and whistles aimed at grabbing the attention of prospective voters.
GOP Rep. Roy Blunt's lead over Democrat Robin Carnahan in Missouri's race for U.S. Senate has dropped by 3 percentage points, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Thursday.
President Obama takes several jabs at GOP leader during campaign-style Ohio speech.
The Democratic Governors Association says its party will hold its own in gubernatorial contests this November.
Last week, we reported that Rep. Mike Castle was suddenly taking more seriously his tea-party backed opponent in Delaware's GOP primary for the state's open Senate seat,
Carly Fiorina has pulled ahead of Barbara Boxer -- barely -- in the California Senate race, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday
Carly Fiorina has pulled ahead of Barbara Boxer -- barely -- in the California Senate race, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday.
Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold didn't appear with President Obama at a Labor Day festival in Milwaukee Monday but he did give the president kudos for his efforts to get the economy back on track.
Republican Senate candidate Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has outraised Sen. Russ Feingold by about $280,000 in the latest campaign finance reporting period.
One nagging question from the federal court battle over California's Proposition 8, the traditional marriage law: Why was the task of defending Proposition 8 left to a group of private attorneys, instead of Attorney General Jerry Brown?