A new poll shows Democratic incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan up by three points in North Carolina in what could turn out to be the most expensive Senate race in U.S. history.
Former President Bill Clinton is the latest high-profile surrogate to lend his name the the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) often eyebrow-raising fundraising pitch email campaign, pleading for money from supporters in a missive Monday morning.
Embattled Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Democrat, facing a strong challenge from Republican Rep. Cory Gardner and an avalanche of health insurance cancellations in his state appears to be cracking under the pressure.
Conservatives are twice as likely as their liberal counterparts to go to the polls Nov. 4. No really. “Although overall turnout among the public is likely to be around 40 percent, 73 percent of those who hold consistently conservative attitudes are likely to vote in the midterm, as are 52 percent of those with mostly conservative views,” reports the Americans Trends Panel, a substantial new gauge of the upcoming midterm election by the indefatigable Pew Research Center.
With just more than two weeks left until Election Day, a new poll shows that likely voters prefer a Republican-controlled Congress to a Democrat-controlled one.
Should Republicans take full control of Congress after the midterms in a few weeks, Sen. GOP Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said in a new op-ed that they should focus on the key priorities of improving the economy, protecting civil liberties and defending national security.
Former Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said President Obama’s weakness on the world stage is only opening the door for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to continue his aggression — something that’s going to create a dangerous scene for America and Europe in the coming two years.
The U.S. Senate race in North Carolina this year is poised to eclipse the $100 million dollar mark and could be the most expensive Senate contest in U.S. history, the Charlotte Observer reported.
A plurality of voters say former President George W. Bush was more effective at handling the basic functions of the federal government than President Obama.
President Obama’s speaking skills seemed to have waned a bit in Maryland, as a portion of the crowd that had gathered for a campaign event stole out early during his remarks — leaving a heckler behind.
Republicans vented their frustration Sunday with the White House’s newly appointed Ebola czar, accusing President Obama of naming a spin doctor instead of a real doctor.
Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock are not on any ballot this year, but the failed 2012 Republican Senate hopefuls — and their troubles with the abortion issue — already have made at least one appearance in a 2014 campaign ad.