2014 Mississippi Senate Race
Democrats at one point thought the Mississippi senator could be beaten.
Attorney Mitch Tyner and his wife are among 15,000 potential Miss. Senate crossover votes.
"Let’s let the court decide what’s appropriate and fair," Henry Barbour said.
The state senator has few options left in challenging the legitimacy of his primary loss.
Club for Growth president says case to challenge Thad Cochran's runoff win isn't clear.
True the Vote declared it has evidence of tampering in runoff records.
The Mississippi senator's campaign will amend $53,000 in get-out-the-vote cash payments.
McDaniel is contesting his loss in the GOP primary runoff election.
NRSC vice-chair says conduct of "Washington, D.C., machine ... was incredibly disappointing."
Losing Tea Party challenger is pushing forward in his fight over Senate runoff results.
The Republican is seeking to find evidence overturning Sen. Cochran's win.
Officials said the effort by conservative groups to monitor the polls might be illegal.
The attorneys say McDaniel filed his challenge too late.
The Mississippi Senate race continues to divide the GOP.
McDaniel will unveil a challenge at a news conference, his campaign confirmed to The Hill.
The Tea Party challenger is continuing his fight against Thad Cochran's win last month.
Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel says campaign found "8,300 questionable ballots cast."
She said he's “being led down a primrose path to political oblivion.”
GOP hopes of corralling the Texas senator during the 2014 primary season are officially dead.
Miss. Republican made a few wrong turns before accidentally ending up at Senate Dem lunch.
"The correct remedy is a new election," Chris McDaniel election lawyer Mitch Tyner said.
Mississippi attorney Mark Mayfield played a role in the challenge of Sen. Thad Cochran.
Despite Sen. Thad Cochran’s (R) apparent victory, the Tea Partier is not conceding the race.
The 2008 presidental nominee will stump for the veteran senator ahead of tough GOP runoff.