2014 midterm elections
In her second campaign stop of the day, first lady Michelle Obama roused a crowd at a Minneapolis...
Barbara Comstock leads John Foust by 16 points in House race, according to survey.
Democratic committee has outraised its GOP counterpart by almost $40 million over cycle.
Cruz left it wide open when pressed on his future.
Iowa state Sen. Joni Ernst attacked Braley on ObamaCare, spending and foreign policy.
The DSCC is in the process of reserving close to $1 million in television time.
Tepid interest in midterms among key demographic groups could spell electoral doom.
Democrats hope minimum wage ballot measures can help them in three Senate battlegrounds.
Less than 2 percentage points separate Sen. Kay Hagan from GOP challenger Thom Tillis.
West Coast fundraisers will help the DCCC and candidates in Iowa and Oregon.
Good news on U.S. unemployment rate may not be coming fast enough to save jobs of Dems.
Southerland came under fire after he held a men-only fundraiser.
White House press secretary says Obama was just seeking to rally black voters.
Rep. Cotton leads incumbent Sen. Pryor 49 to 41 percent.
OPINION | The GOP is making a big push with women.
Public uneasiness magnifies perils for President Obama and party colleagues in tight races.
DSCC is no longer spending on Kentucky nominee Alison Lundergan Grimes's behalf.
Both decried negative attacks while battling on foreign policy, ObamaCare and more.
In Kirkpatrick's district, 60 percent of constituents get public healthcare.
The DCCC is giving up on an open Virginia seat to help protect Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.).
“It’s amazing what a little fear will do to somebody,” one GOP source said.
The state that launched Obama to the presidency could turn against his party in November.
Outside groups are giving GOP candidates an advantage in four states these past two weeks.
The turnout rate of Hispanics in the midterms lags behind other groups.