Six members of the Senate GOP’s freshman class on Monday pledged to fulfill their campaign promise...
The Louisiana senator is running for governor later this year.
The DSCC took out two loans late in the 2014 midterm cycle.
Outside spending on Democrat's behalf makes up less than 1 percent of all campaign TV ads.
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) were absent ahead of Saturday's vote.
The Landrieu campaign calls Cassidy a “fraud” who is “caught up in lies."
Sen. Mary Landrieu wants her challenger to bring 63 months of records to Monday's debate.
Dems worry Landrieu won't be able to overcome GOP opponent.
Clinton will attend a fundraiser for the Louisiana Democrat on Dec. 1.
Cassidy is crushing Landrieu 58 to 31 among independents in the state.
Some proceeds from the Dec. 1 event will go to Cassidy ahead of his runoff election.
The GOP challenger has opened up a 16-point lead, poll shows.
Cassidy's speech comes on the heels of McConnell's offer to put forward a clean DHS bill.
Rep. John Fleming opened the door to running to replacing Sen. David Vitter in Louisiana.
The poll shows Cassidy leading Landrieu by 16 points.
Democrat accused her GOP opponent of hiding in D.C. to avoid discussing billing allegations.
Cassidy pressed Landrieu over whether she agreed with the controversial ObamaCare consultant.
Republicans voting early in the runoff increased, bringing good news for Rep. Bill Cassidy.
Cassidy (R) outraised Sen. Landrieu (D) by $500,000 in last month and has more in the bank.
Rep. Cassidy used GOP address to tout legislation before runoff with Sen. Landrieu.
Rep. Cassidy (R) leads Sen. Landrieu (D) 56-41 percent in Rasmussen poll.
Wonder will headline a fundraiser for Landrieu as she seeks to move past Keystone vote.
Sens. Rockefeller and Levin both said they would vote "no" on Tuesday.
“I’m the senator who came to this floor,” Landrieu said.