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Freedom Partners, a group affiliated with the Koch Brothers, has purchased at least $2.8 million in airtime in North Carolina to boost the GOPs bid to pick up the states Senate seat, two sources told CQ Roll Call.
Businessman David Perdues outsider narrative and personal wealth propelled him to the Republican nomination Tuesday in the Georgia Senate race, defeating Rep. Jack Kingston.
Updated 9:52 p.m. | Former state Sen. Barry Loudermilk thwarted former Rep. Bobb Barrs comeback, capturing a decisive win in Tuesdays GOP runoff.
Follow Tuesdays action in the Peach State with the Roll Call Politics Team as they track live results and provide immediate reaction and analysis on the Georgia GOP runoff races.
Politics is overtaking the Senate floor schedule again this week, with a vulnerable Democrat leading the charge on a bill to give tax breaks to employers who return jobs to the United States.
A new poll of likely voters in 12 Senate battleground states suggests a populist economic message and focus on womens health issues could help Democrats improve their standing with unmarried women voters in advance of the midterm elections.
Arizona Rep. Ron Barber is up with his first TV ad for one of the most competitive races in the country.
Georgia Republicans will pick their nominee for Senate in a runoff Tuesday, ending Democratic nominee Michelle Nunns nine-week wait for an opponent in the open-seat contest.
Minnesota Democrats have two problems: The 8th District has changed, and Rep. Rick Nolan doesnt want to.
With the Georgia Republican Senate runoff ending Tuesday, an outside group focused on eradicating wasteful government spending launched a TV ad against Democratic nominee Michelle Nunn.
Rep. Patrick Murphys campaign made its first ad buy Monday in Floridas 18th District, reserving $1.4 million in cable and broadcast in the West Palm Beach-Treasure Coast media market, according to figures shared first with CQ Roll Call.
The influence of religious conservatives might be waning nationwide, but the movement only stands to grow in Congress.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee moved Rep. Rick Nolan of Minnesota to its Frontline program a reflection of growing concern over his re-election prospects.
Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel said in a Friday radio interview that he expects to find over 10,000 voting irregularities in his campaigns investigation of the June GOP runoff.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee announced raising $7.2 million in June just about a million dollars more than its Republican counterpart.