The most powerful business group in the country is spending tens of millions of dollars to help Republicans win control of the Senate with one glaring omission — the tight Georgia Senate race.
Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 11:40pm
Democrat Michelle Nunn of Georgia has made her willingness to work with Republicans a central theme as she campaigns across the state for a key seat in the fight for control of the Senate.
Steven R. Hurst, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 10:31pm
Only four people have been diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S but the fearsome disease has become a dominant issue in midterm elections less than two weeks away.
Terry Wallace, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 9:41pm
Problems with the nation's immigration system dominated a debate Friday between U.S. Sen. John Cornyn and Democratic challenger David Alameel.
Steven R. Hurst, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 6:11pm
Ken Thomas, Philip Marcelo, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 4:51pm
Facing an anxious electorate, Democrats are turning to Hillary Rodham Clinton to drum up support among female voters as polls suggest her party could be losing ground among women heading into next month's elections.
Michelle Rindels, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 4:21pm
After wrapping up a 24-hour string of campaign events in Las Vegas Friday morning that included stops at two colleges, a Las Vegas Strip Mexican restaurant and a wedding chapel, Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Lucy Flores said she was exhausted and her throat was sore.
Kevin Burbach, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 3:40pm
The two leading candidates in South Dakota's governor's race differ on almost every issue, but they're particularly split in one area: the status quo.
Matt Volz, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 3:40pm
Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch filed a complaint Friday alleging that Stanford University and Dartmouth College researchers broke four laws by sending 100,000 election mailers to voters that appeared to come from the state.
Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press | posted Oct 24th - 3:11pm
The man taking on former mayor and twice-convicted felon Buddy Cianci in the race for mayor of Providence is a Harvard-educated law professor who grew up poor, the son of Guatemalan immigrants.
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