By Felicia Sonmez Former Iowa gubernatorial candidate Bob Vander Plaats's announcement today that he is launching a campaign to unseat three of Iowa's Supreme Court justices is a smart political decision that ensures that the three-time gubernatorial contender will remain...
71 percent of primary voters in Missouri voted this week in favor of Proposition C, which rejects the federal health care law's mandate that individuals buy their own insurance.
With the dozens upon dozens of primaries held this year in all these House, Senate and governor's races, which ones have really done bona fide damage to the party holding them?
The Club for Growth had a perfect record this cycle -- until last night's win by attorney Chuck Fleischmann in Tennessee's 3rd district Republican primary for the seat of Rep. Zach Wamp (R).
A new poll set to be released Friday by the anti-abortion rights group Susan B. Anthony List shows a trio of moderate Democrats who supported the health-care bill in real trouble in key races this year, including Indiana Senate candidate Rep. Brad Ellsworth and two Rust Belt freshmen.
Updated at 12:08 p.m. By Aaron Blake Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam ran away with the Republican nomination for governor of Tennessee on Thursday, beating a field that included Rep. Zach Wamp and Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey. With 6 percent of...
Should Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) have followed Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) playbook?
House Republicans aren't the only ones stretching the map beyond the Lower 48, as the Republican Governors Association is set to go up with ads in Hawaii.
President Obama's visit to Chicago today to stump for Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias (D) shines the spotlight once again on the battle for the president's former Senate seat -- as well as the ethical troubles of the man who allegedly tried to sell that seat, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (D).
Don't look now, but social issues could be making a comeback this year.
What should Colorado GOP Chairman Dick Wadhams do about the state's governor's race?
Sarah Palin made what is perhaps her most quixotic endorsement to date on Wednesday, backing businessman Brian Murphy over former Gov. Bob Ehrlich in the Maryland GOP primary for governor.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows that former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon (R) has significantly cut into Connecticut Attorney General Dick Blumenthal's (D) lead in the open-seat race to succeed Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.).
President Obama addressed a tele-town hall on behalf of Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) last night, the latest signal that the White House is seriously concerned about the possibility that its preferred candidate might lose to his upstart rival, former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff (D), in the Aug. 10 primary.
Self-funding businessman Rick Snyder (R) will face Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero (D) in the Michigan governor's race, and Rep. Jerry Moran (R) is very likely to become the next senator from Kansas after defeating fellow Rep. Todd Tiahrt in their primary.
If you think it's tough being a governor these days, trying being his or her No. 2.
At a press conference last week, national Democrats including Democratic National Committee chairman Tim Kaine unveiled plans for a midterm strategy that would link Republican candidates to the "tea party" movement.
We're not sure how many ways we at The Fix can say it: If you're not paying attention to the many contentious governor's races this year, you really should be. And we're here to help.
The Washington Senate battle is beginning in earnest as Sen. Patty Murray (D) and former state Sen. Dino Rossi (R) are launching two new TV spots ahead of the Aug. 17 primary.
Republicans have regained an edge in Gallup's generic ballot question, a development that suggests that the Democratic uptick seen in recent weeks may have been somewhat anomalous.
Former Reps. Tom Davis (R-Va.) and Martin Frost (D-Texas) - two former chairmen of the Republican and Democratic congressional campaign committees -- handicapped this fall's races during an appearance on ABC/The Washington Post's "Top Line" program.
President Barack Obama's relationship with members of the Congressional Black Caucus is being tested over a series of high profile incidents, the latest of which is the ethics investigation into New York Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel.
Former Rep. Rob Simmons (R) is up with his second TV ad since he suspended his Connecticut Senate bid, a 30-second spot that highlights his commitment to service.
New York Rep. Anthony Weiner's diatribe on the House floor regarding a health care bill for those who worked close to ground zero on and after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has turned him into a national media sensation.