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Latest Mitch Mcconnell Items
On the eve of what some had said would be the most difficult election of Mitch McConnell's career, the Senate minority leader scarcely mentioned the tea party-backed challenger who tried to capitalize on the anti-incumbent fervor that has toppled others in recent years.
Kentucky added more than 3,500 jobs in April as the unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent - but a new report from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce says those are mostly low-paying jobs replacing high-paying ones.
Americans' views of the top four leaders in Congress are in the dumps, a new poll finds.
Ben Sasse's victory in Tuesday's Nebraska Republican Senate primary was no victory for the Tea Party over establishment Republicans, though the establishment Republicans have no one to blame but themselves for making it look that way.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates have been quick to criticize each other for their histories with the 2008 Wall Street bailout. But that hasn't stopped them from taking campaign contributions from companies that benefited from the program.
U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that northern Kentucky is the epicenter for the nation's heroin addiction problem.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell will spend Monday flying around Kentucky for campaign events on the eve of the state's primary election.
Within minutes of being declared Nebraska's Republican Senate nominee, Ben Sasse telephoned Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to offer his support.
With less than a week to go, the Nebraska Republican primary race for U.S. Senate has turned into the nastiest political fight in the country, with the two top candidates and their allies accusing each other of everything from using their own children as political shields to betraying the U.S. Navy.