The Connecticut Democratic Party is accusing Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley of plagiarism over passages in his newly released urban policy proposal.
When it comes to campaign spending on the right to bear arms, the National Rifle Association is almost never outgunned. But in Washington state, where voters will soon decide on one of the most restrictive background check laws in the country, the NRA …
Six years ago, Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor sailed to a second-term victory in Arkansas. Republicans didn’t field a candidate that year. This time around, Pryor is in the fight of his political life against a budding Republican superstar, Rep. Tom Cotton.
Republican Party heavyweights are flocking to Kansas in a bid to boost longtime GOP Sen. Pat Roberts, in the latest sign that a recent and bizarre shakeup in the race has put his seat in toss-up territory.
Cosmopolitan magazine, which featured nude photos of Republican Scott Brown as a young law student, is backing his Democratic opponent in New Hampshire’s U.S. Senate race, saying Brown’s policy positions “just aren’t as solid as his abs were in the `80s.”
Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, once considered a safe bet for re-election, is looking at the possibility of an upset after recent polling showed his Republican rival pulling way ahead.
Democratic candidates finally have found an Obama they’re not afraid to be seen with. While President Obama dutifully avoids battleground races this midterm season, first lady Michelle Obama is tiptoeing into the fray in a bid to drum up votes for party allies in tight contests.
A conservative North Carolina think tank and government watchdog alleges two out-of-state environmental groups hid behind a nonexistent “shell” organization as it ran election ads against six Republican legislators.
A business owned by a Democratic House candidate who frequently touts his private sector experience was hit with a tax warrant in 2008 for a failure to pay more than a hundred thousand dollars in New York state taxes.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is accusing his Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan Grimes of a President Obama-style “publicity stunt”