Is it fair for an election referee also to be on the ballot? In Georgia, Kansas and Ohio, secretaries of state oversee elections even as they run for higher office. No laws say they have to resign to run.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s campaign is demanding Attorney General Josh Hawley open a fraud investigation into hidden-camera videos released this week by a nonprofit run by conservative activist James O’Keefe.
Poor air and water quality, pesticides, food deserts and lack of accessible recreational spaces form a toxic cocktail that plagues California’s Central Valley — and that’s made the area’s too-close-to-call House races virtual referenda on health care policy.
Even as Republicans fight to keep control of Congress, at least six political action committees have spent more than $9 million to promote Trump’s re-election on TV, by phone, by mail and online since he took office
California Sen. Kamala Harris is tapping into her deep fundraising pockets to try to oust vulnerable Republicans supported by the National Rifle Association, including her fellow Californian Rep. Jeff Denham.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz won’t appear on a CNN town hall. But CNN moves forward with an hour long town hall in McAllen with Democratic challenger U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourkes just weeks before the Nov. 6 election.
Rep. Mark Sanford has talked for years about controlling government spending, but the South Carolina Republican is being forced to leave Congress at the end of the year with little to show for his efforts. And his legacy may be more tied to controversy over his personal life.
Kansas Republicans are open about their concerns about Steve Watkins, but with the U.S. House on the line they’re still working hard to elect him. GOP officials hope President Donald Trump’s Saturday visit will remove lingering doubts among Republican voters.
House Democratic candidates are raising money like never before in the run-up to Election Day — and they are alarming Republicans who now worry that a difficult political environment is becoming even worse.
Vulnerable California Republican Rep. Jeff Denham is consulting with every part of federal government he can to shut down a state water plan disliked in his district — including encouraging a lawsuit from the Attorney General. Nothing has worked so far.
On this week’s episode, Ozy’s Daniel Malloy unpacks Kavanaugh’s impact on red state Democrats. Patrick McHugh from the group Priorities USA says Democrats are struggling to motivate young voters who dislike Trump, but aren’t convinced their vote matters.
The ex-South Carolina governor spoke at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, an event that raises money for impoverished children. Haley joked she was invited because they wanted an Indian woman, but Elizabeth Warren failed her DNA test.