A Kansas state court has ruled that Democrats do not have to field a candidate this fall against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, in a decision that could boost independent Greg Orman in his bid to unseat the longtime GOP senator.
Almost two years after his Election Day drubbing, Mitt Romney is the Republican man in demand.
The latest Marquette University Law School, released Wednesday, shows incumbent Republican Gov. Scott Walker has opened up his lead against Burke by 5 percent among likely voters.
Congressional Republicans, buoyed by the president’s unpopularity, aren’t just looking to keep control of the House this year. They want to build a historic majority, the likes of which haven’t been seen since the end of World War II.
Meg Kissinger, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, posted on Facebook that she was “creeped out” after she was told by a White House aide and an aide for Burke not to speak with people attending the Monday event.
Republicans are questioning a decision to play a song by pop star Chris Brown at a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is aggressively knocking down a report that suggests he’s in the final stages of preparing for a presidential campaign announcement.
Singer-turned-congressional candidate Clay Aiken is getting help on the campaign trail from his fellow “American Idol” alumni, but there’s one endorsement he apparently doesn’t need: President Obama’s.
An anti-incumbent mood is threatening powerful Republicans in traditionally conservative Kansas this year, and not even Sam Brownback — who represented the state in Congress for 16 years and now serves as governor — is safe.
Despite Democratic claims that GOP candidates are trying to buy elections with outside money from billionaire donors, campaign finance reports show Republicans aren’t the only ones with deep-pocketed friends.