Sen. David Vitter cruises to easy victory in primary
Afternoon Fix: Crist's health care flip-flop; Lugar urges Daniels to run for president
Tomorrow's Glenn Beck rally, like the "tea party" movement on the whole, poses a tricky dilemma for the Republican Party.
August may have been the Democratic Governors Association's best month of 2010, which, of course, isn't saying all that much given the struggles the party has endured sop far this year.
Amid growing concern over retaining their Senate majority, Democrats are skipping the pretense and, in many cases, taking the unusual step of going negative with their first ads.
In a speech this morning in Washington, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chris Van Hollen (Md.) will offer a rebuttal to House Minority Leader John Boehner's remarks earlier this week in Ohio -- making the case that it is Republicans, not Democrats, who would move the country backwards economically and otherwise if put back into power.
A look at all the news you missed -- and what you shouldn't miss -- today.
The Fix is looking for nominations for who had the "Worst Week in Washington". Bring. It. On.
House Democrats in conservative-leaning districts across the country have been struggling with the question of how far to distance themselves from Democratic leaders in Congress. But perhaps none has distanced himself quite as much as Rep. Bobby Bright (D-Ala.).
What Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin's (D-S.D.) ad tells us about the 2010 midterm elections.
The news today that Americans for Prosperity is launching about $500,000 worth of new TV ads in Arizona targeting Democratic Reps. Ann Kilpatrick, Harry Mitchell and Gabrielle Giffords is the latest indication that conservative advocacy group is slated to be a major player in the November midterms.
Sean Cairncross, the general counsel of the National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, is headed to Alaska at the request of Sen. Lisa Murkowski to help provide guidance to her as she finds herself trailing attorney Joe Miller by roughly 2,000 votes.
Two new polls present variant pictures of the the race between appointed Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet (D) and Weld County prosecutor Ken Buck (R), one of the marquee contests on the ballot this fall.
Afternoon Fix: Murkowski awaits defeat, Shumlin claims victory, and Buck leads by nine
Back when former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) made her surprise endorsement of Sen. Lisa Murkowski's (R-Alaska) little-known primary opponent in June, both Palin and Murkowski denied that there was any bad blood between them.
Kentucky Senate nominee Rand Paul (R) has run into problems in recent days over comments regarding drug use in the Bluegrass State, an issue that Democrats are using to cast the GOP candidate as out-of-touch.
Theories abound as to why Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) appears to be going down to defeat in Tuesday's primary.
The Fix offers our winners and losers from the Aug. 24 primaries
The stunning news that developed over night in Alaska -- with 84 percent of precincts reporting, attorney Joe Miller (R) leads Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) 51 percent to 49 percent -- reveals the depth of anti-incumbent sentiment in the country, the power of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (and the tea party movement) and the perils of prognostication in low turnout intraparty fights.
Lisa Murkowski fights for her life; John McCain easily wins Arizona primary; Kendrick Meek, Rick Scott win Florida races
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) was on the verge of becoming the third Senate incumbent ousted in a primary this cycle as her underfunded challenger, attorney Joe Miller, took a stunning and unexpected lead in the race.
The Fix live-blogs the August 24 primaries tonight!
Afternoon Fix: AFL-CIO snubs Lincoln; DSCC goes after Buck on 17th Amendment
August might be slow in official Washington -- we walked out for lunch yesterday to find the streets all but deserted! -- but primaries in Arizona, Alaska, Florida, Vermont and, yes, even runoffs in Oklahoma today ensure that the political season remains fast-paced as ever.
Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck (R) today heralded the role of the "tea party" movement in helping him win his party's nomination in the Colorado Senate race earlier this month.
In a speech at the City Club of Cleveland earlier this morning, House Minority Leader John Boehner reiterated the Republican Party's call for an extension of the Bush tax cuts, criticized the administration's stimulus spending and called for the ouster of President Obama's entire economic team.
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) said Tuesday that his goal is to stockpile $50 million for the National Republican Congressional Committee's independent campaign for the November midterm elections.
Outside of the candidates on the ballot today, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin probably has the most to gain or lose with the results of today's voting,
Reid hits Angle on eliminating DOE; McCollum and Meek lead down the stretch
Three-fourths of the way through the 2010 primaries, the so-called "enthusiasm gap" appears to be playing out across the country, with turnout in GOP contests exceeding previous highs and beating Democratic turnout by unprecedented margins in many top states.
Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper (D) is out with a new ad in his bid for the state's open governorship that perfectly captures the anti-politician sentiment coursing through the electorate.
Former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel (R) will throw his support behind Rep. Joe Sestak's (D) Senate candidacy tomorrow, the latest in a series of out-of-state surrogates getting behind the Pennsylvania Democrat.
As The Fix examined in today's paper, there's no shortage of parallels between the current electoral environment and the one that faced Democrats in 1994.
Sen. John McCain has raised and spent better than $21 million in advance of tomorrow's primary fight against former Rep. J.D. Hayworth, a massive amount of money that has helped to virtually ensure that the Arizona Republican win win easily.