Every presidential campaign ad the Hawkeye State has seen leading up to caucuses, charted.
In Maine, a congressional race pits a Washington-favored front-runner against a struggling scion of a Democratic political family.
During the year of Trump, the real estate magnate isn’t the only candidate to make controversial statements.
Van Hollen and Edwards are working to secure support for their Senate bids in the home of a third of the state’s Democrats.
Outside political groups focused on national security are rolling out ads, fundraising, and appearing in media after the Paris terrorist attacks.
The press called Carson a debate loser. The polls called him a winner. What gives?
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Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood leads his Republican opponent by six points ahead of Tuesday’s election.
The onetime presidential candidate, who endorsed "the people" in the last election, has said he’d like to see any number of candidates win the nomination.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus recently said he’d be open to changing the order of the presidential primaries. But the longtime first-in-the-nation states have a lot of tools at their disposal to stay where they are.
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In Mississippi, truck-driver Robert Gray barely campaigned for governor. But being first alphabetically on the ballot may have helped him win the Democratic primary.
About 100 people working for presidential campaigns chipped in more than $100,000 to their bosses in the second quarter.
The two-time presidential hopeful says money in politics is corrupting American democracy.
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National Journal Hotline's Staffer Tracker maps the relationships between candidates and past campaigns through their key staff.
More than half of Florida's 1.3 million Affordable Care Act enrollees receiving subsidies on the federal exchange hail from nine South Florida congressional districts.
The Democratic senator and occasional Batman actor is getting campaign support from the Los Angeles-based Directors Guild of America's PAC.
One possible candidate for governor, Chris Sununu, has a familiar name in the state, thanks to a family tradition of winning the state's top posts.