2014 House races
Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) attributed part of the challenge to “top of the ticket drag."
National Republicans are spending money on more promising opportunities elsewhere.
One incumbent House Democrat is behind and another is ahead in the independent poll.
David Young isn’t expected to go back on air in Des Moines until next month.
New additions include a mix of GOP candidates in competitive seats and likely winners.
The scandal-plagued congressman ekes out primary win as challenger concedes.
The likely 2016 candidate will headline a fundraiser for House Democratic women candidates.
DCCC Chairman Steve Israel leaves the door open with gridlock over the Ex-Im Bank.
House Majority PAC is adding $7.3 million to its fall ad reservations, increasing buys in some...
The Democrat turned to unconventional measures to get supporters to the polls on Tuesday.
Eric Cantor’s stunning primary defeat is the first since the creation of the office.
The National Congressional Campaign Committee has moved 11 more candidates to “Young Guns” status,...
Former Rep. Frank Guinta took back his old seat from Rep. Carol Shea-Porter.
The DCCC raised $7 million online last month and has netted $163.2 million this cycle.
The Congressional Leadership Fund is targeting three Democratic incumbents with new ads.
House candidate Andy Tobin will face off against vulnerable Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick in fall.
The GOP has rallied to the delegate after her opponent said she's never worked a "real job."
Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.) appears to have survived by 38 votes.
Dems raised $7 million online, just $1 million less than the total raised by the GOP.
Democratic House candidate Manan Trivedi has lost ground against Republican Ryan Costello in the...
Boehner and McCarthy each gave the GOP campaign arm another $1.5 million.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its Republican counterpart by $1.3...
A much closer fight is still under way for the GOP nomination in the open Maine district.
The embattled lawmaker was franker than most when admitting motivations behind votes.