Democrats have said since Iowa state Sen. Joni Ernst (R) first became the GOP Senate front-runner that they’d be able to paint her as outside the mainstream, a clone of her big-name backer, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R). Now they’re getting some traction with that argument.
"It was clearly political,” official says of the GOP's decision.
Republicans are betting on Cleveland to turn around their fortunes in the swing state.
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“Clearly, the surveillance on Chancellor Merkel's phone was absolutely wrong,” Clinton said.
Democrats are hoping to put the brakes on North Carolina's stringent new voting laws, which could hurt their chances in the state’s Senate race if they’re fully implemented.
Author Edward Klein writes that Valerie Jarrett is pressing the senator to run.
Sen. John McCain said he respects Clinton, although he may not agree with her.
The Republican senator is taking steps to shore up his perceived political vulnerabilities.
Birmingham, Cleveland, Columbus, Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Phoenix are in the running.
Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) set off some early Fourth of July fireworks on Wednesday with a back-and-forth over Pryor’s faith.