Ed Gillespie would give Republicans a credible candidate against Mark Warner.
President Obama's sinking approval numbers are hurting the reelection chances of Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.), according to a new survey from Democratic firm Public Policy Polling.
Udall leads former GOP Senate nominee Ken Buck by 46 percent to 42 percent, a closer result than in earlier polls of the race. His approval rating is in slightly negative territory, with 41 percent disapproving and 40 percent approving.
The endorsement will give the Montana Republican clout among conservatives in his primary.
The Republican senator is favored for reelection, but he faces a difficult primary fight
Brown mistook his location for Massachusetts during a visit to explore a Senate run.
Paul expects McConnell to win primary, but suggests tough general election fight.
Obama's critiques of McConnell are because he's the GOP leader, the White House said.
The Senate Majority PAC is up with another big ad buy on behalf of Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.), a top GOP target in 2014.
The ad focuses on stressing Hagan's support of aspects of ObamaCare — without once mentioning the law by name — and criticizing her most likely opponent, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis (R), on healthcare issues.
The 2016 presidential contender is touting tax cuts as an alternative to government stimulus.
Gov. Steve Beshear said the law is helping Kentucky despite the GOP leader's opposition.