Rachel Maddow called out Republicans who are pretending to support Obamacare in the midterm election by name and exposed their ACA killing agenda.
Democratic Texas Senate candidate Rep. Beto O'Rourke had the perfect answer to Trump's trolling and shut the president down in less than half a minute.
Democratic candidate Danny O'Connor isn't just beating his Republican House incumbent opponent in fundraising. He is crushing him by raising $6 million in the third quarter.
Rep. Adam Schiff said that Republicans have refused to agree with Democrats not to use any information that they may gain from Russian attacks in the 2018 election.
Former President Obama has officially announced his first wave of 81 endorsements of state, local, and down-ballot Democrats ahead of the midterm election.
Trump's said that he feels good about the midterms, but his tone of practically begging people not to vote for Democrats suggested that he feels the blue wave coming.
House and Senate Democrats have unveiled a bold agenda that targets Trump corruption and the GOP swamp that has left the American people behind.
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.”
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is warning Democrats that they need to let the investigation play out because Donald Trump is trying to use impeachment to motivate Republican voters.
A new Quinnipiac University poll reveals that as the blue wave grows, 57% of voters think that Rep. Paul Ryan's speakership has been a failure.
It's nothing short of embarrassing that the folks who know GOP Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson best – literally, his folks – don't think he should be a U.S. Senator.
It is beyond dispute that Republicans take advantage of their supporters' stupidity, and Brownback must believe Kansas voters are the stupidest people in the nation