Former President Bill Clinton is finishing up a statewide tour on Sunday.
Control of the Senate and same-sex marriage were also discussed.
Not even the powerful namesakes may be enough to save races in Kentucky and Arkansas.
“The president isn’t on the ballot here,” Rep. Wasserman-Schultz said.
“We feel really good about our chances of taking the Senate,” Reince Priebus said.
Cruz left it wide open when pressed on his future.
Hillary Clinton continues to hold a commanding lead among Democrats.
Michael Steele joined the chorus of critics who've slammed the ad for race baiting.
The singer urged voters to fight back against conservative donors Karl Rove, Koch Brothers.
Justin Sink 10/18/14 03:39 PM EDT
Obama will make the first public campaign appearance of the 2014 cycle Sunday in Maryland.