Republican Joni Ernst is trying to become the first woman elected to Congress from Iowa. But in her Senate race – like others nationwide – women voters could be a lifeline for the Democrats.
On Sunday, a crowd of people left early during a rally for Maryland's Democratic gubernatorial candidate, which featured President Obama. Is this a sign of how unpopular Mr. Obama has become? Maybe not.
President Obama had his credit card declined when he tried to pay for dinner at a fancy restaurant in New York. He's not the only US chief executive to suffer wallet embarrassment.
Democrats say that, because Republicans want to decrease spending – and launched the sequester – they have cut critical resources that could have gone to pay for an Ebola vaccine. Trouble is, it isn't true.
Senate Democrats won't be funding television ads in support of Alison Lundergan Grimes in the last three weeks of the Kentucky Senate race, as Grimes fades in the polls and bobbles a big question.
Mocking the Republican 'Say Yes to the Dress' campaign ad, 'The Colbert Report' produced it's own fake campaign ad aimed at women voters.
The dance by Michelle Obama with a turnip in a Vine video has been looped 7 million times, signaling once again that the Obama White House is pretty adept at using social media to try to get a message across.
The outcome of 94 percent of House races is a foregone conclusion. If this happened in any country but the US, we'd question whether it was a democracy. The problem is our election system.