A poll released by WeAskAmerica on Thursday reveals that Scott Walker, the incumbent Republican Governor of Wisconsin, trails Democratic challenger Mary Burke by four points.
As Republicans threaten and promise a government shutdown on one hand and deny it on the other, Democrats are reminding voters of similar broken Republican promises last year.
A USA Today/Suffolk University Poll suggests that the GOP is willing to settle for 2012 loser Mitt Romney in 2016
In an article for the Wall Street Journal, Republican strategist and campaign funder Karl Rove wrote that the Republicans are all but assured of taking over the Senate following November's midterm elections
On MSNBC, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that he is testing the presidential campaign waters to see if ordinary Americans will join him in a revolution that take America back from the big money interests like the Koch brothers.
The Grimes' campaign hits Mitch McConnell hard after he gets caught on tape selling his soul to the Kochs.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has not commented on whether he will be running as a Democrat or Independent if he launches a 2016 presidential campaign, but he will be visiting early Democratic primary states Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina in the coming month.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) made it clear that she is not running for president by disavowing the activities of the Ready For Warren PAC, and encouraging them to direct their efforts towards helping Democrats keep the Senate.
Democrats have unearthed video of Torrey Westrom, a Minnesota Republican running for Congress, who wanted to legalize hunting from planes, parroting Mitt Romney's scorn for the 48%
In a statement on Iraq, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that the world needs to step up in dealing with ISIS, and in the process he sounded a lot like a 2016 presidential candidate.
Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton walked back her criticism of President Obama's foreign policy and said that she and the president will "hug it out" this weekend.
Republican Greg Abbott has taken the war on women a little too far. Sure, he's against paycheck fairness and equal pay, and he chose a corporation over a rape victim. But to spy on an elderly woman through her bathroom window seems a bit far fetched, even for a Texas Republican.
Greg Abbott tried to claim that Wendy Davis' ad accusing him of siding with a corporation over a rape victim was "gutter politics", but PolitiFact finds it mostly true.
Sen. Bernie Sanders gave the strongest signs yet that he would run for president in 2016 during an interview with Yahoo/ABC News.
In her first real break with the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton criticized some of President Obama's foreign policy and in the process gave liberals something to think about.
Asked to respond to charges that his wife is an enemy of coal, Sen. Mitch McConnell refused to deny the claims and tossed a dirty bomb at his opponent's father.
his week, Karl Rove's CrossroadsGPS began airing a new television ad attacking Mark Udall and his support of the Affordable Care Act. In the ad, a woman named Richelle is featured
A Washington Post/ABC News poll released Tuesday reveals that most Americans are not satisfied with the job being done by their own Representatives.
During a campaign event in Iowa on Monday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who is looking at a Presidential run in 2016, got up and left a table when two DREAMers came over to start talking to him and Rep. Steve King (R-IA).
The Arkansas Senate seat is in play as Republican Tom Cotton is a rigid gaffe machine who projects elitism if not arrogance, like a mini-Mitt.