OK Senate candidate Jim Bridenstine (R) responded to a woman who advocated executing the President by pouring gasoline on her paranoid rage.
A newly released Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey from Alaska reveals how badly tarnished the GOP brand is even in the Last Frontier State. Mark Begich, the Incumbent Democratic Senator, leads all Republican opponents in the poll. Alaska voters are not thrilled with Mark Begich’s job performance. 43 percent of Alaska voters approve of his job performance, while 44 percent disapprove. However, voters agree that any Republican in the state is an even worse option. Begich leads Dan Sullivan 41-37 and he is up 43-37 over Mead Treadwell. Although Sarah Palin has not announced any plans to run for the U.S. Senate, she trails Begich 44-40 in a hypothetical match-up. The once popular Alaska Governor is viewed unfavorably by 55 percent of Alaska voters, compared to only 39 percent who view her favorably. Still she is less loathed than Tea Party extremist Joe Miller who is now disliked by a gaping 62-16 unfavorable to favorable spread.
In a battle to determine party control of the VA Senate, Jennifer Wexton (D) coasted to a resounding 53-37 victory over John Whitbeck (R).
On Tuesday, Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) announced via email that he will run for Governor of Louisiana in 2015.
On Wednesday's edition of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart brilliantly intertwined two stories that, on the surface, have absolutely nothing to do with each other.
Republican US Senate candidate Greg Brannon wants to abolish the Department of Agriculture because he thinks food stamps are slavery.
The campaign for Alison Lundergan Grimes released a statement slamming Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for his stance on the extension of jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed.
On Wednesday afternoon, both Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) backtracked and said that they would only vote for passing the extension if Democrats would agree to offset the new spending with cuts elsewhere.
Liz Cheney, recently a Fox News contributor and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, decided to dropout of the US Senate race in Wyoming on Monday.
On New Year's Eve, Watermark, a noted Florida-based LGBT publication, published an interview that the paper's founder, Tom Dyer, had with former Florida Governor Charlie Crist.
The hope from Republicans was that Reid would just table some of the nominees and hold off until January after the Christmas break. That isn't happening.
A newly released PPP poll shows MItch McConnell clinging to a one point lead over his Democratic opponent, Alison Lundergan Grimes.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee released their fundraising numbers in November and they were nothing short of sensational. For the month, the DSCC raised a total of $5.1 million.
Only one of the five Democratic candidates seems worthy of support from progressives, liberals and centrists interested in flipping the seat from red to blue. That candidate is El Paso attorney Maxey Scherr.
Scott Brown wants to run for Senate in New Hampshire in 2014. It would help if he remembered the state's name.
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) was confronted by reporters on Tuesday and asked his thoughts about this being the 'do nothing' Congress.
Unless Democrats want more of the same in DC until January of 2021, they'll have to move their frozen rumps and make their way to the polls.
The Senior Senator from Utah is endangering lives by putting his personal gain before the public's health.
They claim to defend religious liberty but they need to read the Pledge of Allegiance with its vow of "liberty and justice for ALL"
Ted Cruz has had the ear and hearts of the Tea Party and right-wing almost from the day he arrived in the Senate. That could be changing.