Tim Sharp, a conservative fighter and former state House candidate, was "improperly disqualified" from the ballot in House district 19 by the Florida Division of Elections (DOE), a federal complaint filed on August 6 states.
Following the allegations that Mike Franken, Iowa’s Democrat U.S. Senate nominee, made unwanted advances toward women from his former campaign manager -- which he continues to deny while not letting the accused free from an NDA she allegedly signed -- the Hawkeye State Democrat appears to have a troubling history of disrespect toward women.
Arizona Republican Kari Lake's campaign has released its first ad, which highlights the candidate's backstory and her time as a news anchor.
John Fetterman embraced a spelling of Braddock, Pennsylvania, during his first mayoral run that "acknowledge[d] an allegiance that many of the younger residents there have with the Crips gang.
Twenty-one-year incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) is trying to overcome her highly controversial pro-impeachment vote for former President Donald Trump in a tied reelection bid against Trump-endorsed Kelly Tshibaka.
The Milwaukee Police Association (MPA) on Thursday endorsed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) for U.S. Senate against "defund the police" candidate Mandela Barnes.
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) said Tuesday on CNN's "New Day" that the Democratic Party's chances of holding a majority in the U.S. Senate after the midterms were a "toss-up."
Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) and Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams are avoiding taking a stance on changing the name of the Atlanta Braves after the White House said Monday it supports having a “conversation” about it.
Mike Franken, Iowa’s Democrat U.S. Senate nominee, continued to deny the allegations from his former campaign manager that he made unwanted advances toward women, including herself, according to Politico.
Mehmet Oz, the Trump-endorsed Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, is in a statistical tie with Democrat John Fetterman, the state’s lieutenant governor, according to a poll.