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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.
The National Republican Congressional Committee on Tuesday reserved $1 million in television airtime to defend Michigan Rep. Dan Benishek, according to a source tracking buys in the district.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnells re-election campaign has taken rapid response to the airwaves.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is launching a TV ad in Iowa Tuesday that criticizes Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley for his attendance record on the House floor and a committee he served.
Former Sen. Scott P. Browns path to victory in the New Hampshire Senate race has widened.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee announced Tuesday it raised $7.7 million in August, topping its Republican counterpart and bringing its total raised for the cycle to more than $111 million.
In one of the toughest ads yet of the cycle, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords gun control group is up with a new spot connecting a House candidates policies to the actions of a murderous stalker.
Main Street Advocacy, a group that seeks to promote moderate Republican ideas, will launch a nationwide initiative later this month to bring more women into the political process.
Democrats are sending warning signals on a previously sleepy southern California House race a tangible sign of an increasingly tough midterm for the party.
A new Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee poll shows a dead heat in a competitive New Jersey House race.
Sen. Rand Paul will announce whether hell run for president by next spring, the Kentucky Republican said Monday.
A new poll showed Sen. Kay Hagan, a Democrat, holding a small lead over Republican Thom Tillis in the contested North Carolina Senate race.