Not even the powerful namesakes may be enough to save races in Kentucky and Arkansas.
During a 2010 speech she praised him as someone she could work with on foreign policy.
The Democratic Kentucky Senate candidate has refused to say if she voted for President Obama.
Policy experts have questioned the feasibility of preserving the popular state exchange.
Republican argues in Kentucky debate he'll bring clout to state as GOP leader.
Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes have much to prove in Monday's Senate debate.
Independent candidates are complicating the Senate math for Democrats and Republicans.
The Democrat emphasized her youth and freshness while the GOP incumbent hammered Obama.
Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) spilled the beans, saying Clinton will stump for the Ky. Democrat.
At NRA convention he said the Obama administration is "determined to shut up their critics."
In his first 2014 stop, Clinton drew parallels between himself and McConnell's challenger.
Clinton ripped Sen. Mitch McConnell, praising Alison Lundergan Grimes's bid.
The Latino Victory Project is also condemning the Kentucky Democrat's Senate spot.
GOP Leader Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) met in their only debate Monday.
Kentucky grants "the constitutional right for privacy at the ballot box," she says.
He's hammering the Democrat for ducking questions on whether she voted for Obama.
VoteVets says the GOP leader blocked legislation to expand medical and education benefits.
Here are five state issues that are playing big roles in the battle for the Senate.
The colorful Kentucky Picnic in the tiny town launches one of fall's nastiest Senate races.
McConnell's win sets up a contest against Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
Despite a red meat speech, many of the GOP leader's lines fell flat.