While Election Day 2018 is technically Nov. 6, Minnesota law allows in-person voting to begin Friday — a full 46 days early — making it the first battleground state to begin casting actual votes in the broader fight for control…
By Steve Peoples, Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
The Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller has faced tight races before but never lost an election.
By Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
The Missouri senator faces a double challenge in a race that could decide whether Democrats take control of the Senate in November.
By Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Tariffs on agriculture products have grown into an election-year threat to Republicans in rural districts that are heavily reliant on exports for their economy.
By Kevin Freking, Nicholas K. Geranios, Associated Press
By Lisa Desjardins
This year, a handful of GOP congressional candidates have openly expressed or supported racist views, opening up a divide in the party over how to address the issue and who Republicans want to be. Lisa Desjardins takes us inside a…
A report released this week by the National Institute on Retirement Security found four out of five working Americans have less than one year's income saved for retirement.
By Vanessa Dennis
There are dozens of competitive House and Senate races in 2018, and 36 gubernatorial seats are up for grabs as well. Here’s a look at the Cook Political Report’s ratings for congressional and gubernatorial seats that are up for election…
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter from The Cook Political Report join Amna Nawaz to discuss the political significance of a Senate hearing to air sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, plus a new poll showing whether…
With control of Congress up for grabs and Republicans trying to fight off a “blue wave,” evangelical groups in recent months have quietly stepped up their political activity to help the GOP hold onto the House and Senate.
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