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Updated 6:38 p.m. | Sen. Kay Hagan doesnt sound thrilled President Barack Obama is coming to town.
A state judge upheld the Florida legislatures newly revised congressional map Friday, ruling the redrawn House districts should apply to the 2016 elections.
After a week and a half of uncertainty, the Republican nominee to represent Wisconsins 6th District will be state Sen. Glenn Grothman.
Rep. Julia Brownley, D-Calif., went up Friday with her first ad of the cycle, touting her commitment to womens issues.
Former Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, a Democrat, hopes her community ties and political experience will boost her to victory in Tuesdays primary in Arizonas 7th District.
The former member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors who is running for the open seat in Arizona's 7th District, visited Roll Call on July 24.
South Dakota Democratic Senate hopeful Rick Weiland apparently is not so hopeful.
A Republican-aligned outside group launched a $1.25 million ad buy Thursday against Alaska Sen. Mark Begich.
Freshman Rep. Scott Peters, D-Calif., released his first ad of the cycle Thursday, touting work hes done that he says has helped hold Congress accountable.
ADEL, Iowa When David Young first became Sen. Charles E. Grassleys chief of staff seven years ago, the senator sat him down for a talk. Young thought he was in for the riot act or a long list of rules.
Alaskas newly minted Republican Senate nominee will awake the morning after his primary victory to a negative TV ad from a Democratic super PAC.
State Rep. Pat Murphy, the Democratic nominee in the open-seat House contest to replace Iowa Democratic Senate nominee Bruce Braley, had an 11 point lead over his Republican opponent, according to a poll obtained by CQ Roll Call.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. The national political tide isnt looking good for Democrats, but in Illinois this November, down-ballot candidates have an even bigger problem: the drag of Gov. Pat Quinn.
Alaska Republicans have finally picked a nominee to take on Democratic Sen. Mark Begich, one of the most vulnerable incumbents of the cycle.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is launching a coordinated TV ad buy next month with North Carolina Senate hopeful Thom Tillis.