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.
A new CNN poll smashed Mitt Romney's delusions that he could defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016 by showing that voters would support Clinton over Romney 55%-42%.
In a poll released by SurveyUSA on Thursday, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis widened his improbable lead over incumbent Republican Kansas Governor Sam Brownback. Polls in other red states show GOP governors in real trouble.
On Wednesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) appeared at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. to deliver a speech aimed at bolstering his reputation among social conservatives.
In Georgia's 10th District, which is currently represented by Paul Broun, pastor Jody Hice defeated Mike Collins by a somewhat comfortable margin, 54% - 46%.
In a poll by Landmark Communications released Sunday, Democrat Michelle Nunn has a commanding lead against both of her potential challengers in Georgia's US Senate race
While the RNC trolls Hillary Clinton with a squirrel, claiming there is 'Hillary fatigue!', reality bites them in the poll once again.
A poll released by NBC/Marist on Wednesday suggests that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's hopes for a 2016 White House run may be nothing more than a pipe dream at this point.
On Tuesday morning, Republican Congressional candidate Adam Kwasman attended a protest against housing migrant children from Central America in Oracle, AZ. He thought a bus full of YMCA campers had migrant children on it.
In a pair of NBC/Marist polls released Tuesday, Democrats are ahead in the Senate races in Michigan and Colorado. Both Democratic candidates hold leads beyond the polls' margins of error, providing a welcome bit of good news to Democrats ahead of the midterm elections in November.
Lacking a strong leader to rally behind in 2016, desperate, fragmented Republicans turn to tried-and-failed 2012 nominee, Mitt Romney
Republicans thought they could successfully finagle the state's congressional districts in 2012. On Thursday, a federal judge proved them wrong.
Republican leaders are warning that the GOP's House majority could be put at risk by dozens of deadbeat members who have put the party in a severe cash crunch by not paying their dues.
Republicans thought it would be a super idea to post this little sound bite of Speaker John Boehner looking woozy and ragey at the same time, accusing President Obama of never taking responsibility for anything.
Democrats are wooing single women -- a rising power of a voting bloc, while Republicans spit in their face.
As Charlie Brown despairs from time to time, "Good Grief" or if times get truly stressful, "OH, Good Grief." From the perspective of the upcoming presidential race, this will be neither of those times. That doesn't mean there won't be ear-bending yammering from the right.