A new Quinnipiac University poll of Ohio found that Donald Trump's approval rating is upside down, Democrats are leading key midterm races and healthcare is the top issue on the voters' minds.
A special election that Gov. Scott Walker put off holding for months turned into the GOP's worst nightmare as Democrat Calen Frostman flipped the state senate seat from red to blue.
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has announced that he has canceled most of the Senate's August recess to keep vulnerable red-state Democrats off of the campaign trail ahead of the midterm election.
A new CBS Battleground tracker poll found that the control of the House is a toss-up among battleground voters, but the number one issue that Democratic voters want to hear about in these districts isn't the Russia investigation or impeachment. Voters are most concerned with health care.
New House seat ratings reveal that 68 House Republicans are now in danger of losing their jobs as 19 more seats have moved toward the Democrats.
Roll Call reported, “After the latest round of changes, Inside Elections now has 68 Republican seats rated as vulnerable compared to just 10 vulnerable Democratic seats. And there are at least a couple dozen more GOP-held seats that could develop into competitive races in the months ahead.That discrepancy in the playing field is reminiscent of previous “wave” elections. In April 2010, there were 68 vulnerable Democratic House seats and 11 vulnerable Republican seats. Republicans gained 63 seats later than year. And in May 2006, there were 42 vulnerable Republican seats and 11 vulnerable Democratic seats. Six months later, Democrats gained 30 seats.”
While over half the U.S. population is female, four out of every five members of the U.S. House of Representatives are men.
Given the number of women running for Congress in 2018, that statistic may significantly change when new members of the House take office in January of 2019.
A new NBC poll released Thursday morning should be a wakeup call to the NRA and its supporters in Washington, including President Trump. Most people think that putting more guns in schools is a really bad idea.
Election expert Charlie Cook evaluated the political weather and concluded that a wave is coming for Democrats in 2018.
The Cook Political Report has updated their ratings of seven House races with six of them moving toward Democrats, which is another sign that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is close to losing his job.
By a margin of 46%-28% voters surveyed in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll said that they want to elect a Democratic Congress in 2018 to limit and check Trump.
A new CNN poll shows that Democrats are united and have opened up a 14 point lead over Republicans on the generic congressional ballot ahead of the midterm election.
Democrats are engaged and ready to take back the House, as the party, which has outraised Republicans for months, set a new fundraising record in August.
It's hard to gauge the outcome of midterm elections more than a year before they're held, but Donald Trump's presidency has motivated progressive and moderate voters in a way they haven't been in a long time.
A new Morning Consult/Politico poll shows that the American people have soured on the Republican led government after the party's efforts to repeal Obamacare, as Democrats hold a seven point lead on the generic congressional ballot.
A new Quinnipiac University poll revealed that passing a bill that raised the cost of health care and took away coverage from millions has made Speaker Paul Ryan the most disliked leader in Congress.
Rob Quist didn't win, but here are five big reasons for Democrats to be happy after the Montana special House election.
A new Quinnipiac University poll found that retirement age voters are abandoning Trump in droves, which could be great news for Democrats looking to take back Congress in 2018.
With fundraising and the number of potential candidates skyrocketing, House Democrats are vowing that no Republican seat is off the table as a fired up Democrats are preparing to cast a wide net in a nationwide 2018 challenge to Trump and the GOP.
Americans are quickly mobilizing to defeat vulnerable GOP candidates who voted in favor the disastrous legislation.
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sees Republicans having an unpopular president and no legislative accomplishments, and he is getting worried about Democrats winning back the Senate in 2018.