The debate Thursday evening between incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Scott Brown in New Hampshire veered off into a brief geography tutorial when Mr. Brown talked about the challenges facing Sullivan County.
First Hillary Clinton, then Michelle Obama. Both of the Democratic Party’s leading ladies were heckled while giving speeches at separate campaign events this week — not a good sign in the lead-up to an Election Day that’s already expected to go Republican.
Mitt Romney has said repeatedly he’s not running for president again, but if he were to throw his hat in for a third presidential run, a new poll said he’s well-positioned for a solid start.
The spate of campaign fliers that use images of lynchings, Jim Crow laws and the recent racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, to urge blacks to vote in next week’s election somehow failed to grab the attention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
A new poll from Reuters/Ipsos shows the high-stakes U.S. Senate race in Iowa between GOP state Sen. Joni Ernst and Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley in a dead heat just days out from Election Day.
Democrat Michelle Nunn, running for U.S. Senate in Georgia, joined NBA legend and erstwhile Atlanta Hawk Dikembe Mutombo as he voted early on Thursday.
Democratic Sen. Mark R. Warner leads Republican challenger Ed Gillespie by 7 points, 51 percent to 44 percent, said a new poll Friday morning.
Less than a year after moving to New Hampshire, former Sen. Scott Brown is within striking distance of chopping down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in next week’s midterm election, having cut her double-digit lead in the polls to almost zero.
A North Carolina girl, 8, obviously fed up with hate-based politics and negative campaigning took to pen and paper to vent her frustrations and fired off a letter to her state’s two Senate candidates telling them, basically, to play nice.
First lady Michelle Obama has loaned out her voice to the Democratic Party in the state of California, cutting an audio to send out last-minute recorded calls to drum up votes for Rep. Mike Honda’s re-election.
Rep. Charlie Rangel tossed out the race card and said publicly this week that many Republicans are haters who think slavery is still alive and well.
They’re optimistic, pessimistic, groveling — and sometimes they just downright try to shame you into donating.