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In the midst of wall-to-wall political coverage before Election Day, this handful of House races have managed to mostly fly under the radar.
A new poll from Rep. Lynn Jenkins campaign shows the Republican with a 12-point lead over her Democratic opponent.
Crossroads GPS, a GOP group, bought $1 million in airtime Tuesday to target Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., an incumbent who was not considered vulnerable until now.
House Democrats continue to bolster their incumbents, with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee expanding its defensive spending.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $5 million more than its Republican counterpart in September, as the two committees headed into the final stretch of the cycle.
The San Diego District Attorneys office said it will not press criminal charges at this time regarding two investigations dogging Republican Carl DeMaio in a competitive House contest in California, according to a statement from the office Monday.
The competitive open-seat Senate race in Georgia has become an unwanted liability for Republicans chances of winning a majority, but Democrat Michelle Nunn still has a perilous path to win a majority of the vote on Nov. 4.
House Republicans are on track to make gains this cycle, but two weeks before Election Day, its still unclear whether the party will procure a wave of double-digit gains in their quest to extend the majority.
American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken, the Democratic nominee in North Carolinas 2nd District, went up Monday with his first ad of the general election.
The National Republican Congressional Committee is cutting the last two weeks of its television reservations in Maines 2nd District, according to a committee spokeswoman.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is going up with a new ad in North Carolina attacking Republican Thom Tillis on womens health issues.
House Democrats raised $16.7 million in September, according to a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee aide.
A Republican-aligned outside group is hitting Alaska Sen. Mark Begich for failing to persuade his party to support opening drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A competitive Senate contest in the Hawkeye State is creating a ripple effect down ballot, causing headaches for national Democrats as Election Day nears.