Despite the protestations of both parties that the fate of the nation rests in who wins or loses the Senate, the fact is that little will change.
Elected officials are more susceptible to the demands of special interests when they face no future elections.
With approximately one week until one of the most critical elections of our time, one of the most influential voting blocs will be American Hispanics, both in terms of how individual elections will play out and what it all means for both parties...
The winner of the Florida governor's race will have huge clout heading into the 2016 presidential election.
It’s time for those who oppose limiting money in politics to drop their dishonest and unconstitutional argument.
The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) has yet to be ratified by the U.S. Senate.
Republicans are bringing the same kinds of distortion and exaggeration to national security threats that campaigns typically use on relative trivialities.
When powerful gaming interest are spearheading the fight to ban online gambling, it should give you pause.
The GOP is counting on Paul to help deliver states that have a strong libertarian and independent leaning voter class.
The last minute quirks of the Louisiana Senate race appear chaotic.