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When it comes to political dirty tricks, what is happening in Mississippi is not staying in Mississippi.
The battle over Medicare will rumble across West Virginia's U.S. Senate race Monday, as the two candidates deploy Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Paul Ryan to duke it out on their behalf.
I have three questions for my Democratic colleagues in the Senate: Should Congress be able to ban books? Should Congress be able to ban films? Should Congress be able to ban groups such as the NAACP, the National Rifle Association and the Sierra Club from speaking?
Republicans hope to ride President Obama's unpopularity to win control of the U.S. Senate, but they also say they're laying the groundwork for gains in the states' legislatures, where analysts say Democrats are also on the defensive.
Mitt Romney is trying to extend his winning streak as GOP kingmaker to New Hampshire, where he is endorsing Scott Brown in that key U.S. Senate race.
Dr. Ben S. Carson recently explained that, in hopes of a Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate from Democrats who do President Obama's bidding, he was endorsing a pro-abortion Senate candidate in a pro-abortion state where a pro-life Senate candidate would not have a chance of winning.
Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes vowed Monday to fight "the president's attack on Kentucky's coal industry," emerging as one of the first Democrats to denounce the administration's tough new rules to cut greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Democrats are seeking to hold on to Montana's U.S. Senate seat in one of the most closely watched elections in the nation. Here are five things to know about the Democratic U.S. Senate primary election:
This year's U.S. Senate race in Alaska is the first major race here in the super PAC era. Independent expenditure groups, which can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money, and other outside groups are running ads or reserving air time ahead of the Aug. 19 primary.