WASHINGTON -- One of the Senate’s longest-serving Republicans said Friday that he would seek reelection in 2014, setting up another intraparty test between the party’s old guard and tea party forces.
With just under a year until Election Day 2014, the Republican path to a Senate majority still runs mainly through red states currently controlled by Democrats. The top seven contests on our new list are for Democratic-held seats in states that Mitt ...
Scott Brown made another appearance in New Hampshire on Wednesday, visiting with potential voters in Londonderry. It’s just the latest event on his Will He-Won’t He Run for U.S. Senate tour in the Granite State.
Fissures in the Republican Party have drawn a great deal of attention over the last year. But this week, it's the Democrats who are divided over their economic worldview.
Guest Post From John Bohlinger, Montana's Progressive Candidate For The Senate-- And An Ex-Republican
This week I visited with John Bohlinger, the progressive in Montana's U.S. Senate race. A former Republican state legislator, John switched parties from the GOP to the Democrats and I asked him to explain why.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made some news Wednesday when she declared, "I am not running for president and I plan to serve out my term." That should surprise no one. While the freshman senator has been the subject of a lot of presidential ...
Being the key Democrat on Capitol Hill would give Biden a lot of help for 2016.
Karyn Polito, who unlike Sen. Elizabeth Warren is "super excited" to run for higher office, joins Charlie Baker on the redemption trail.