Alison Lundergan Grimes
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.
Hillary Clinton will speak in Louisville to help Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes.
"You know, this election isn't about the president," the Democratic Senate hopeful said.
Automated poll shows Grimes with a slim lead over McConnell, 46 to 44 percent.
The former president praised Grimes as a compromiser in his first Senate ad of 2014.
The poll shows little movement from Grimes’s last internal poll.
The Senate minority leader cannot catch a break.
“The last thing they want you to do is think,” he said in Iowa.
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.
The Hill's Editor in Chief Bob Cusack recaps the biggest news stories of the week.
"Meet the Press" host says Grimes came across looking ridiculous.
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Republicans have been working to nationalize House and Senate races all cycle.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) objected to the construction of a proposed coal...
“The longer he’s there, the more Washington’s changed him,” a narrator says.
“Mitch McConnell wants you to think I’m Barack Obama," she says while shooting in new ad.
Rural voters are critical to wresting both seats away from the GOP column.