Reps. David Jolly and Patrick Murphy forged a close relationship in the House. Now, the two friends could end up running for Senate against each other—if they get past primary opponents who have critiqued them for reaching across the aisle.
The congressman is aggressively positioning himself against tea-party members in a crowded GOP Senate primary.
In Wisconsin and Illinois, Democratic Senate outside groups have flipped the script and outspent defenders of Ron Johnson and Mark Kirk so far this year.
George Brauchler, the district attorney who prosecuted the Aurora theater shooter, announced Wednesday that he won't run for Senate in 2016.
Democrats’ hopes of retaking the Senate rest partly on whether the former Ohio governor can still win the largely white, working-class communities he once carried—or whether that appeal has been consigned to the history books.
Smith, who garnered publiclity fighting against Gov. John Hickenlooper's gun control measures in 2013, is the latest local official to mull a GOP Senate run in the state.
Unlike some tea party candidates, the 2014 third-place finisher has kept building a political operation since his first run for office.
It's the latest in a multi-million dollar advertising campaign against New Hampshire's governor ahead of a potential 2016 Senate run.
Robert Blaha, who ran for Congress in 2012, is looking for campaign staff and preparing a campaign depending on Michael Bennet's Iran position.
District Attorney George Brauchler, who just prosecuted movie theater shooter James Holmes, is now considering a run for Senate in 2016.
Two years after a letter pledging to withhold funds from Obamacare at all costs swept through the GOP, a similar proposal regarding Planned Parenthood funding isn't gaining traction.
John Kennedy's former top aide is already fundraising for a Senate super PAC, as Kennedy's campaign runs expensive TV ads despite having no 2015 opposition.
Two years ago, the conservative nonprofit knocked Senate Democrats on their heels with millions in TV ads. Now, Americans for Prosperity is back on the air in a big 2016 race.
Dating back to a 1992 campaign, Russ Feingold has always raised more money from Wisconsinites than from out-of-staters. Until now.
Conservative groups helped put Rep. Ron DeSantis in a Florida congressional seat. Now, his campaign is pitching to establishment groups ahead of the GOP Senate primary.
In 2013 and 2014, Democratic attacks damaged Scott Brown before he even entered the Senate race. A bevy of GOP outside groups are doing the same to Gov. Maggie Hassan now.
With a mass of Senate incumbents running their first race in six years, the Republican campaign wing is holding crash courses in the modern election environment.
National progressives love him on policy, but as the Florida representative looks to make the jump to the Senate, some key groups on the Left are keeping him at arm's length.
Todd Young is raising more money and has a higher public profile, but Eric Holcomb has the backing of many of his colleagues from years of behind-the-scenes work in state politics.
It's a personal-best fundraising mark for Rep. John Fleming, who along with Rep. Charles Boustany is fundraising aggressively ahead of a potential Senate race.