Rodney Davis. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
Flights home from Washington, D.C., a six-figure salary and the House gym: Theyre all perks of the congressional gig.
It seems like everyone wrote the story: Family political dynasties were supposed to save Mark Begich, Mark Pryor and Mary L. Landrieu, the trio of vulnerable Democratic senators running for re-election in Republican-leaning states.
ST. GEORGE ISLAND, Fla. Former Florida First Lady Adele Graham is not happy with her daughters political rival, Republican Rep. Steve Southerland II.
In response to a poll released last week by Republicans showing a tight race, Minnesota Rep. Collin C. Petersons campaign on Monday released a poll of its own from early September that had found the incumbent with a wider lead.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnells campaign is highlighting his efforts to resolve an overseas parental child abduction case, with the childs mother sharing with Kentucky voters the story she previously told at a Senate hearing.
STATESVILLE, N.C. The biggest issue in the North Carolina Senate race? Its not health care, Syrian airstrikes or even the economy. It's education.
House Majority PAC will start airing advertisements Friday targeting an open seat in Maine, suggesting Democrats are concerned the race could become more competitive than initially anticipated.
Updated 3:49 p.m. | A Democratic super PAC has cut a television ad reservation for the partys best offensive opportunity in Michigan, according to two sources who monitor media buys.
BATON ROUGE, La. Six weeks from Election Day, Sen. Mary L. Landrieu gathered the troops on the Louisiana State University campus, where tens of thousands of football fans and prospective voters congregated for hours ahead of the Saturday night game.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will air a new ad Monday in Colorado attacking GOP Rep. Cory Gardner on birth control.
Freshman Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill., a top Democratic target this cycle, had a 19-point lead over his opponent with six weeks to go until Election Day, according to a poll conducted for his campaign and provided first to CQ Roll Call.
Think of it as must-book TV.
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 to Roll Call.
If the campaign committees had their way, Roll Call reporters would be heading to disparate locations during the final stretch of the midterms.
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.