John Fitzgerald is not the only Republican candidate the national party has had to condemn.
A member of the Democratic Socialists of America, the activist has so far remained silent on its support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
Arizona, Florida and Ohio each went for President Trump in 2016.
Katie Arrington, who beat Mark Sanford in the Republican primary for Congress, was seriously injured in a fatal car accident Friday night.
Republican Representative Mark Sanford was defeated in his primary election this week by an avid Donald Trump loyalist.
Katie Arrington defeated longtime lawmaker Mark Sanford during the South Carolina primaries on Tuesday night by aligning herself with President Donald Trump.
Mariah Parker is part of a groundswell of young, progressive candidates who competed in elections on Tuesday.
The new poll also shows registered voters don't necessarily care about a political candidate's gender.
Independents are now the second largest voting group in California, pushing Republicans to third-party status just ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
Despite his failed 2016 presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders is considering running against Donald Trump in 2020.
American women have donated an unprecedented amount of money to political campaigns since the election of President Donald Trump, sparking a 182 percent surge in contributions since 2016.
In a previous campaign video, the antiestablishment candidate for Georgia's governor's seat aimed a shotgun at a teenager who purportedly wanted to date his daughter.
Are Democrats losing one of their most loyal voter bases to the Republican Party?
Evangelicals are coming out in force for Donald Trump and Republicans ahead of the 2018 midterms.
The Democrats running for Congress in a special election in a part of Arizona that Trump won by 21 points.
"Now is not the time to consider articles of impeachment," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Minority Whip Steny Hoyer previously stated.
Recent data show that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi featured in about 7,000 Republican ads, while Hillary Clinton beat out Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for more mentions.