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The House Democratic political arm far outpaced Republicans in August, just as both parties prepared to unleash their war chests for the midterms.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has instructed county election officials to mail overseas election ballots without listing a Democratic candidate for Senate, his office confirmed Friday to CQ Roll Call.
Freedom Partners Action Fund has reserved air time in the Kansas Senate race, where Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., is fighting for his political life.
National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Greg Walden called a 245-seat House majority an aspirational but achievable goal for the midterms a more reserved prediction for his party than in previous comments.
Republican Senate hopeful Terri Lynn Land is going up with a new positive television spot touting her plans to help Michigan.
If the campaign committees had their way, Roll Call reporters would be heading to disparate locations during the final stretch of the midterms.
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Democrat Chad Taylor will not appear on the general-election ballot as a candidate for Senate and it all came down to just two words Taylor included in his letter to the secretary of states office.
Sen. Kay Hagans campaign and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee are launching a coordinated radio buy Thursday targeting African-American voters.
House Democrats raised more than $10 million in August, according to figures obtained first by CQ Roll Call from a committee aide.
Its a story even Hollywood couldnt concoct.
As the political ad wars rage on television sets from New England to Southern California, Democrats think they have their answer to the Koch brothers and Karl Rove: a mother of three sons from suburban Virginia.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee picked up $1.7 million in member pledges at its quarterly caucus dinner Tuesday night.
Will it be Omaha or San Diego? Raleigh or Topeka? Lexington or Denver?
Arkansas Rep. Tom Cottons campaign kicked off the final sprint to November with advertising designed to soften the image of one of the GOPs most-touted Senate recruits.
Residents of states with competitive House and Senate races may not believe it, but congressional candidate spending has decreased in 2014, according to a review by the Federal Election Commission released Tuesday.