Midterms tend to be viewed, both individually and in the eyes of media pundits, as a referendum on the sitting President. But other writers and thinkers offer a deeper psychological assessment of these elections
On Monday, the Washington Post published an article from their resident fact checker Glenn Kessler that highlighted an awful campaign ad from Georgia Republican David Perdue. Kessler 'awarded' the ad Four Pinocchios, meaning it is a complete and total lie.
Wendy Davis had a dominant night at the first gubernatorial debate. Davis brought facts and the vision for the future, while Greg Abbott was left with Republican talking points and lies.
The chest-thumping and boasting that we heard from the GOP earlier in the year about the likelihood of the party taking over the Senate has quieted down dramatically in the last few days as bad news keeps spilling in for Republicans.
Republicans are campaigning on fear-mongering about terrorism again, because they can't run on anything else. The party that couldn't get the votes together on their own to arm the Syrian rebels is running on saving us all from the threat of ISIS.
David Perdue, the Republican candidate for Georgia's open US Senate seat, released another ad on Wednesday doubling-down on his debunked claim that Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn funneled money to terrorist organizations through the Points of Light Foundation.
Unable to handle the truth, Team Mitch responded to the heartfelt American story in a new Grimes' ad by attacking Alison Lundergan Grimes as "using" her deceased Grandpa's stroke.
So disgusted are the Democrats that they made a short little video entitled "Slow clap". It's meant to help the Republicans understand that while they might be impressed with themselves for doing the bare minimum, the public might see things a little differently.
Coming off the successful launch of her latest ad, Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is calling on Sen. Mitch McConnell to accept an invitation to debate her.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) plans on bringing the issues to Hillary Clinton and making her debate the questions that matter most to the middle class.
It was announced late Sunday evening that former Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, who was serving as vice-chairman of the state's Republican Party, resigned from his post after offensive comments he made earlier in the month were highlighted by Arizona Democrats over the weekend.
All the talk of a Republican takeover of the US Senate after this year's midterms may have been a bit premature as a new poll in Georgia shows that Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn holds a three-point lead over Republican nominee David Perdue for Georgia's open Senate seat.
A sign of change on Meet The Press as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made his first appearance on the show. Sanders used the national platform to tell the truth about Citizens United and the Koch brothers.
The Heritage Foundation is located right in the middle of the DC power corridor and well it should be, as arguably the most powerful right-wing think tank of them all.
Per a CNN poll released on Friday, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee leads all potential 2016 Republican Presidential candidates in the key state of Iowa. The poll shows that 21% of Republicans in the state support Huckabee among a crowded field of possible contenders.
A poll released by the Detroit News on Tuesday gave Republicans some bad news regarding their efforts to overtake the Senate from Democrats in November. Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI) currently holds a ten-point lead over Republican Terri Lynn Land, 47% to 37%, in Michigan's open US Senate race.
Georgia State Senator Fran Millar, a Republican representing Dunwoody in DeKalb County, is apparently angry over the recent decision by county CEO Lee May to offer Sunday voting to county precincts ahead of this November's elections.
In an article published Tuesday in the E&E Daily, a Beltway publication devoted to environmental and energy issues, Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) stated that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid "runs the Senate like a plantation."
Republicans got some bad news on Monday as a poll in a key Senate race revealed that one of their 'rock stars' is quickly losing steam and is now trailing against her Democratic opponent.
Two separate polls that were released on Sunday show that Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) is ahead of his Republican opponent, Rep. Cory Gardner. Colorado is a state that Republicans feel is vital in their attempt to take over the Senate this November.