Sen. Richard M. Burrs low-key, no-frills approach to politicking won him two Senate elections in North Carolina. Whether that carries him to a third term is up in the air.
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Senate Democrats got the candidate they wanted in New Hampshire.
Former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum denied he would announce his plans to run for Floridas open Senate seat next week, conflicting with buzz thats been circulating around the Sunshine State.
When Sen. David Vitter launched his campaign to become Louisianas 56th governor last January, he was viewed by some as the inevitable governor as close to a front-runner as one can be in the states jungle primary.
With the tumultuous race for the White House and the Senate majority up for grabs, races for governor have been barely a sideshow this election cycle.
Former Republican National Committee chairman Ed Gillespie confirmed to The Washington Post Friday that he intends to run for governor in Virginia.
Four times a year, when campaigns reach their quarterly fundraising reporting deadlines, email inboxes across the country start to flood with pitches that seemingly become more shameless each time.
When Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News Tuesday night the House Select Committee on Benghazis major accomplishment so far was discrediting 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, he might have expected moans and groans from Democrats.
In a surprise announcement, Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler, the Republican whom Colorado and national party leaders had been counting on to challenge Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, said Wednesday that he would instead run for re-election, according to reports from Colorados 9News.