California's Prop. 19 needs young voters to overcome the enthusiasm gap and hit the polls if it has a shot at passing
This contest may be most significant in the way it affects how corporations support certain political issues
The Ohio governor's race may not be making all the evening shows, but both sides know it could help determine Obama's fate in 2012
Patty Murray was once just a "mom in tennis shoes," but these days she's perceived as a pork-peddling politician
The race for Barack Obama's former Senate seat embodies the general disgust voters are feeling with both parties
The state will consider a ballot initiative to ban courts from using international or Sharia law--a threat opponents believe does not exist
Depending which image voters believe, Connecticut's race could tip the Senate toward the GOP
If voters choose kooky newcomer Rand Paul, they will show just how fed up they really are
John Hickenlooper was assumed to be a shoo-in--but that was before anti-immigration icon Tom Tancredo hijacked the race
California is providing tabloid entertainment for the nation
Will this year's Democratic discontent tip a rematch of a 2008 race in the GOP's direction?
Many House Democrats must choose between firing up the Obama liberals they relied on in 2008 and wooing moderate voters who are more likely to turn out
Rep. Ike Skelton has coasted to victory 17 terms in a row--but this year is different
Will Alan Grayson's liberal flame-throwing send voters scurrying into the arms of ultra-conservative Daniel Webster?
A disjointed Republican Party helped Democrat Mark Critz hold on to John Murtha's House seat in Pennsylvania last spring. Can Critz repeat the feat?
Democrats have a voter registration advantage in FL-25, but Republicans have a candidate who's not afraid to paint his opponent as a "fidelista"
In Virginia, Democratic Congressman Tom Perriello is making no excuses for his support of Obama's agenda. Will it make him or break him?