Jonathan Mattise and Kimberlee Kruesi, Associated Press | PostedSep 25th - 7:41pm
Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen quickly promised not to vote for Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as his Republican opponent U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn repeatedly sought to tie the former Tennessee governor to national Democrats in their first debate for U.S. Senate on Tuesday.
Andrew Selsky, Associated Press | PostedSep 25th - 7:11pm
The Republican incumbent of a conservative U.S. House district in Oregon, whose forefathers trekked to what was then a territory over 170 years ago, is attacking the pioneer credentials of his Democratic opponent.
Ahead of the Utah Inland Port Authority's third meeting scheduled Wednesday, opponents of the creation of the massive global trade hub in west Salt Lake City criticized the authority's draft $1.9 million budget.
Sean Murphy, Associated Press | PostedSep 24th - 7:15pm
The Democrat trying to capture the governor's seat in Oklahoma said Monday his government experience is a benefit, but he also quickly pointed out that it's been eight years since he's held office in the red state where a dozen incumbents have already lost primary elections this year.
David Eggert, Associated Press | PostedSep 24th - 2:19pm
Michigan's attorney general alleged Monday that his opponent in the governor's race did not tell the truth about her handling of the prosecution of serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar, accusing her of an "integrity gap" that disqualifies her for the state's top job.
The Democratic opponent of California's Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter released a new TV ad Monday aimed at conservative voters in a deeply red district as the indicted congressman made his last court appearance before midterm elections.
The latest TV commercial from Rep. Mia Love features a narrator who sounds like former President Bill Clinton thanking Love's Democratic rival, Ben McAdams, "for all your help." McAdams is debuting an ad saying love has 'gone Washington.'
Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press | PostedSep 24th - 10:15am
Cory Booker is not being subtle. The Iowa caucuses are well over a year away, but the New Jersey senator is working overtime to make an impression in Iowa and in other states that will be crucial to winning the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
Mark Scolforo, Associated Press | PostedSep 25th - 9:00am
A group examining election security in Pennsylvania urged Congress and state lawmakers Tuesday to speed up the funding required to replace voting machines, noting most lack a paper record needed to check for fraud and errors.