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Today's Alaska primary marks the final major Senate primary of 2014, and as has been the case throughout the campaign season, it looks like establishment Republicans will get their preferred candidate through.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus touted Arkansas' role Tuesday in the party's fight to take control of the U.S. Senate, as he kicked off a series of visits to the state by national GOP figures over the next week.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee launched a new ad Tuesday, hammering Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton over a vote he made against a funding bill for children's hospitals.
Karl Rove just announced that his group, Crossroads GPS, is going up with a $700,000 ad buy in Arkansas slamming Dem Senator Mark Pryor for a wanting to shred the safety net.
Is Obamacare losing steam as campaign material for Republicans in key Senate races? A new analysis shows a sharp drop in its use in TV ads, including in Arkansas.
Republicans seeking to unseat the U.S. Senate incumbent in North Carolina have cut in half the portion of their top issue ads citing Obamacare, a sign that the party's favorite attack against Democrats is losing its punch.
He's in year six of his eight-year run. His biggest accomplishments are all in the past; his remaining proposals are stymied by Congress.
An anti-immigration protester holds a flag and waves to motorists on a highway overpass on Murrieta Hot Springs Blvd in Murrieta, California July 19, 2014.
It's a jungle out there in political television advertising, what with parrots, chicks, dogs and pigs taking turns in commercials that bite and scratch in a way no nonpartisan pet ever would.
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor is planning several stops in Arkansas cities this week as he faces a re-election challenge.
U.S. Senator Mark Pryor speaks with industry leaders from Union County about his "American-Made Strong" jobs legislation that will help bring back American jobs from overseas during a manufacturing round-table in El Dorado, Arkansas, Friday, Aug. 15, 2014, at South Arkansas Community College's East Campus, Center for Workforce Development.
It was increasingly clear this spring that Congress would not take action on immigration reform , and that President Obama would use his executive authority to make changes instead.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 09:13 am
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