Campaign Video

Five More Candidate Intro Videos Worth Watching
 

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a video announcing his Senate run in Utah, a dog voices support for a California congressional candidate, and another video features a rock climbing candidate on a cliff. Watch for those videos and more in this installment of 2018 election intro videos worth watching.

Maggie Hassan Will Run for Senate in New Hampshire
 

Gov. Maggie Hassan announced Monday she is challenging GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte for Senate in the Granite State, rather than seek a third term as governor. It's a move Democrats say gives the party its best shot at picking up a seat that will prove critical to Senate control.

Joe Heck to Run for Nevada Senate
 

Rep Joe Heck announced Monday he’ll run for Senate in Nevada, giving Republicans a top pick in a crucial contest that could determine Senate control.

“I see a Nevada of unlimited opportunity, a place with better jobs, higher wages and the chance to rise as far as the path will take us,” the GOP lawmaker said in a video announcing his Senate run. “And that’s why I’m running for the United States Senate.”

Paul Campaign Video Appears to Violate Senate Rules
A recent campaign video may violate Senate rules prohibiting the use of Senate proceedings for political campaign purposes.

UPDATE: 

One of Sen. Rand Paul’s presidential campaign videos that appeared to violate Senate rules has been taken down. But a new campaign video seems to be taking advantage of a gray area in the rule.