A new Kickstarter-style website is looking to build support for a challenge to the indicted congressman in a test case for crowdfunding in lower-level campaigns.
The House Ethics Committee will continue to investigate Honda.
Outside Chicago, Democrats Brad Schneider and Nancy Rotering have taken opposite sides on Iran ahead of their congressional primary.
The group, End Citizens United, plans to spend $25 to $30 million next year.
A federal appeals court struck down the statute last week, emboldening Democrats in West Texas.
In the race to represent his Central Florida district, Grayson's former top political aide is running against his girlfriend.
Emboldened by presidential-election-year turnout, groups are raising more money and making earlier endorsements.
Rep. Will Hurd and San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor both won elections in the past year despite what look like challenging demographics in the area.
The early-voting and big-money states got the most attention, but every state (except three) received a visit from a presidential hopeful during the first half of 2015.
2014 candidate Dan Innis is considering another run as Republicans have soured on Guinta this year after a campaign finance issue.
In two Democratic primaries on his home turf, candidates are blasting the president's trade agenda.
The race to replace the outgoing House Democrat is coming with a hefty price tag.
After Rep. Ami Bera announced he backs the trade bill, activists and labor groups are attacking the two-term Democrat, even as President Obama stands behind him.
In Silicon Valley, a labor-backed candidate is facing an intraparty challenge from a tech community favorite.
The FEC found that Guinta used his parents' money to finance his 2010 campaign, and fellow Republicans want to contain the damage.
Earl Ray Tomblin is considering taking an unusual step when he's termed out of the governor's office in 2017.
He’s trying to rebuild his political career in the House—but there’s no guarantee he’ll even get there.
Across the country, the Indian-American community is growing in political strength, and it's showing up in fundraising reports from Maryland to Iowa to California.
Rep. Daniel Webster, who put his name forward for House speaker in January, enjoyed one of his best fundraising quarters despite getting almost no PAC money.