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Kay R. Hagan
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If Democrats regain a majority in the House and retain the Senate, the first order of business after a tragic shooting would be to enact strict gun control. Everyone knows it, and that's a problem for Democratic senators.
The legal challenge to North Carolina's voter ID law goes before a federal judge Monday, as the fight over whether the law suppresses minority votes flares up in the state's U.S. Senate race.
Everybody loves Gabby Giffords — just not necessarily Democrats on the campaign trail.
Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis say they want multiple debates in their North Carolina race. Exactly how many they'll appear in is uncertain this early in the campaign.
Senate Democrats on Wednesday joined the growing chorus of veterans groups and lawmakers calling for Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.
The weekly protesters at the North Carolina legislature call their charge against Republican policies a moral imperative. But it is a moral imperative replete with a Democratic agenda in an election year.
U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan is introducing a bill to strengthen the nation's historically black colleges and universities.
A political committee designed to help elect Democrats to the U.S. Senate like Kay Hagan are running the first new two television ads of the fall campaign against Republican nominee Thom Tillis.
Establishment Republican Thom Tillis' victory in the Senate primary in North Carolina has spurred both sides to draw battle lines that could frame Senate races across the nation.