Alison Lundergan Grimes
The announcement could come as early as April 7th.
Kentucky's secretary of state got thumped by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) last November.
The Kentucky Democrat is mulling her political future after a decisive loss to Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Her refusal to say whether she voted for Obama was "the nail in the coffin," he says.
Alison Lundergan Grimes has been perhaps the biggest beneficiary of Clinton's time.
McConnell holds a 5-point lead over his Democratic challenger.
A holographic mailer shows the Kentucky Senate hopeful morphing into the president.
The soul-searching once ascribed to Republicans is firmly encamped within Democratic politics.
His campaign is offering volunteers all-expenses-paid trips to join his bus tour.
An appearance by Hillary Clinton came at a tough moment for Grimes.
The group objected to the ad's use of "illegal aliens."
The Democratic Kentucky Senate candidate has refused to say if she voted for President Obama.
2016 hopeful wants Kentucky to create a caucus instead of a primary so he can run for both.
The year's most memorable mistakes, from "shylocks" to "Bruce Bailey."
Victorious Senate minority leader praised challenger, following a bitterly fought race.
The Republican's campaign criticizes charges billed to Morgan County.
The official-looking mailer is labeled an "election violation notice."
The Democrat is tied in her internals, while a GOP poll shows her trailing.
The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) is holding two rallies this week to encourage pro-coal...
A new independent survey puts the Kentucky Senate race in a dead heat.
Not even the powerful namesakes may be enough to save races in Kentucky and Arkansas.
Clinton ripped Sen. Mitch McConnell, praising Alison Lundergan Grimes's bid.
OPINION | Any statement to the contrary is a big lie.
The public stage is dominated by those determined to stoke fears and confusion.