A new poll shows the former Vice-President leading Senator Elizabeth Warren in her home state.
Congressman Bradley Byrne has entered the race to challenge Doug Jones for the Senate from Alabama in 2020. This seat is likely to be a Republican pick-up regardless of who the Republicans nominate.
At this early stage of the Democratic race, it doesn’t appear that voters care very much about the controversy surrounding Elizabeth Warren’s claims of Native American ancestry.
Elizabeth Warren still hasn’t figured out how to put the ‘Native American’ issue behind her.
Rather than cauterizing an open wound, she’s fanned the fuels of a fire.
Elizabeth Warren has released a DNA report showing that she does indeed have some Native American heritage in her family’s past. That won’t stop conservatives from continuing to attack her, though.
There is a frustration and a growing sense that the American political system is illegitimate.
House and Senate Republicans say they have reached agreement on a final tax bill, and Democrats are engaging in an effort to delay a vote in the Senate until Doug Jones can be seated.
In what amounts to an electoral perfect storm, Democratic nominee Doug Jones pulled off a win last night in the Alabama Senate Election.
Even a ceremony honoring American heroes wasn’t immune from President Trump’s habit of attacking racial minorities.
In one of the most closely watched Special Elections in American history, the outcome turned out to be not entirely surprising.
To listen to many of the Republican candidates for President, it would appear that the lights have been turned out on Ronald Reagan’s shining city on a hill.
And the fun part is that his main motive for running appears to be the opportunity to troll Rand Paul.
Another round of election losses is leading Democrats to contemplate the direction they should take going forward.
2014 was not supposed to be a wave election, but it clearly qualifies as one.
Things are looking good for the GOP to take over the Senate, but there are still several right races that could tip the balance one way or the other.
To a large degree, the Democratic Party’s supposed advantage among women voters appears to not exist this year.
Republicans still have an advantage, but Democrats seem to be holding their own in the battle for Senate control.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.
A Federal Appeals Court has rejected a challenge to Obamacare based on a somewhat obscure provision of the Constitution.
Thanks to favorable polling numbers and candidate selection, winning the Senate may very well be in the GOP’s grasp.
No person has been elected Senator in a second state after serving as Senator in another, but Scott Brown seems set to give it a try.
The junior Senator from Massachusetts has promised to serve her entire six-year term.
The 7 seats most likely to switch parties are held by Democrats.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
The GOP seems to be making the same mistakes that led to defeat in 2012.
Frustrated Republican health care staffers are leaving the Hill for lucrative positions on K Street.