President Obama appeared on the Daily Show Wednesday, but was more serious than his last appearance on the show. The President interwove a few light moments with a defense of his policies, ending by urging young people to vote next Tuesday.
Early voting: Registered Democrats are leading the way at the polls, representing 45 percent of all votes through Monday. But Republicans have comprised 38 percent of the early voters.
Florida gubernatorial hopefuls Rick Scott and Alex Sink spent most of their Monday night debate hurling insults at one another.
In a debate with opponent Jack Conway, Senate candidate Rand Paul blasted Obama's overhaul of health care and Wall Street regulation.
As the election Tuesday approaches, President Obama is increasing his rhetoric against the GOP party, though numbers still look grim for the Democrats.
Rhode Island's gubernatorial candidate, Frank Caprio, unleashed a salty outburst after learning President Obama was not going endorse him in the Nov. 2 balloting.
Polls now show that Republicans will gain control of the House of Representatives. As President Obama campaigns for Democrats, he says he can work with the GOP after the Nov. 2 elections.
On Sunday talk shows, GOP chief Michael Steele and Democratic Party chairman Tim Kaine gave very different views of how next week's elections will turn out. Trying to buck up Democrats, President Obama has just dashed through five states.
An Iowa nonprofit that does not need to disclose the its donor list is the biggest spender in any U.S. House race in Iowa this year.
Alaska's democratic candidate for governor, Ethan Berkowitz, says the status quo under Sarah Palin and current governor, Sean Parnell, is not acceptable.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid has become the focus of the GOP's plan to take over the Senate, but will Obama's show of support help Reid beat his ultraconservative tea party opponent in this close race?
A package covered in swastikas and containing a suspicious white powder was sent to Arizona congressman Raul Grijalva, Thursday. The powder has been sent for testing.
Bill Clinton will make the rounds in Michigan this weekend in an effort to rescue Democrats from a potentially disastrous midterm election next week.
Andrew Cuomo, New York State's Democratic gubenatorial candidate, has a double-digit lead over GOP candidate Carl Paladino. Cuomo and Paladino, along with five other candidates, debated on Monday night.
Barney Frank's domestic partner, Jim Ready, engaged in repartee with Mr. Frank's GOP opponent, Sean Bielat, as Mr. Bielat spoke with reporters after a candidate debate last week.
Sarah Palin has called for Republican candidates to adhere to the tea party's anti-tax, small-government message. John McCain has endorsed this position.
Rand Paul demanded an apology during a nationally televised debate Sunday night, denouncing the commercial as false and calling himself a 'pro-life Christian.'
Clean energy: Republican James "Duke" Aiona's has set a bold and ambitious goal for Hawaii to cut its consumption of foreign oil in half within eight years. Democrat Neil Abercrombie's plan calls for a new agency to oversee the state's energy initiatives.
The President was in the key swing state of Ohio on Sunday, trying to rally the base which helped elect him two years ago.
Nationally, Democrats are having success raising money this fall, in their attempt to maintain control of the US Senate over Republicans.