An organization run by former Trump and Pence campaign staffers is launching a $1 million digital ad campaign against Sen. Dean Heller, the Nevada Republican who came out Friday afternoon against the Senate GOP health care bill, Fox News confirms.
Republican Karen Handel’s projected victory over political upstart Jon Ossoff in Tuesday’s Georgia special election was immediately cast by the GOP as a devastating blow for Democrats.
A Democrat who sits on the Federal Election Commission says partisan gridlock and dysfunction led her to resign before her term expires. Ann Ravel’s early exit gives President Donald Trump the opportunity to “drain the swamp” and shake up the campaign finance system.
He loves him or he loves him not was the question after President-elect Donald Trump spent a week blasting President Obama on Twitter over his claim he could have beaten him in November before telling reporters he is “getting along very well” with the outgoing president.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez is telling senior Democratic officials that he plans to mount a bid for the head of the Democratic National Committee.
The Democratic National Committee is gearing up for what could be a heated leadership battle, as tensions flare in the ranks after Republican Donald Trump won the presidency and Democrats were unable to take control of the House or Senate.
Republican nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that he can be competitive in states long considered Democratic territory.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was rushed offstage by the Secret Service during a rally in Nevada Saturday night, but returned within minutes.
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson is enjoying support from national Republicans as his rematch with Democrat Russ Feingold appears headed for a tight finish.
On the final Friday night before the 2016 presidential election, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton wrapped up a busy day of campaigning with a Cleveland concert featuring singer Beyonce and her husband, rapper Jay Z. Republican nominee Donald Trump opted for the opposite approach, relying on his personal celebrity to draw a crowd of thousands to an event in Hershey, Pa. “I didn’t have to bring J-Lo or Jay Z,” Trump said.