Former Astronaut Mark Kelly is posing a big challenge to Senator Martha McSally in Arizona.
Mark Kelly, and the Democratic Party, got some good news in the latest Senate poll out of Arizona.
Much to the chagrin of Republicans hoping to win back a Senate seat they never should have lost, Roy Moore is running for Senate again in Alabama.
Former Astronaut Mark Kelly, the husband of Gabby Giffords, is running for Senate in Arizona against Martha McSally.
Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema will end up representing Arizona in the Senate together.
Jon Kyl was named to replace John McCain back in September, but as expected he’s already announcing that he’ll be leaving at the end of the year.
Democrats have flipped the Senate seat currently held by Republican Jeff Flake.
With four weeks to go until Election Day, Donald Trump and the Republicans are continuing to stoke the divisions laid bare by the Kavanaugh nomination.
The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is, effectively, assured. Democrats should be careful about how much further they push their opposition.
The first significant post-primary poll of the Florida Senate race shows a dead heat between Governor Rick Scott and Senator Bill Nelson.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has selected former Senator Jon Kyl to replace John McCain in the Senate.
Here’s what will happen regarding the selection of a successor to Senator McCain.
Republican problems among Latino voters could have an influence on several close races this year.
If the GOP wins in November, there will be very few actual barriers in the way if they really want to repeal the PPACA.
This week we learned that even breast cancer can become politicized. Is there anything that can’t at this point?
The former Utah governor will almost certainly never be the GOP nominee. But someone like him will be soon.
The much celebrated ban on earmarks isn’t stopping Congressmen from trying to earmark.
With the Super Committee dead, 2012 is likely to see a fight over the defense cuts set to take place starting in 2013.
Not surprisingly, the Supercommittee is a Super Failure.
It’s still politics as usual in Washington.
The Ronald Reagan that Republicans lionize is very different from the one who actually served as 40th President of the United States.
Talks about a deal to raise the debt ceiling seem pretty close to collapse now that there are no Republicans involved.
Standard & Poor’s didn’t believe the Obama Administration’s argument that Washington would be able to fix the deficit. There’s no reason they should have.
Did the GOP toss social conservatives under the bus when it gave away the Planned Parenthood rider?
Unless there’s an emergency, is it proper for representatives who have been defeated in a mid-term election to be voting on controversial legislation?
The Obama administration is refusing to enforce border security, right?
Recent debates over the economic and fiscal impact of the Bush tax cuts indicate that Republicans still haven’t learned the lessons of the Bush years.
If Jon Kyl’s recent comments are any indication, Republicans haven’t learned their lesson just yet.
The White House is making some very odd political choices in its response to the Arizona immigration law.
Not surprisingly, Elena Kagan finished her testimony without giving any real ammunition to the Republicans.
As Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearings begin, Senate Republican’s seem to have very little to hold against her.
Senator Jon Kyl is distancing himself from earlier comments that he made accusing the President of holding border security “hostage.”