Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is the latest to join the expanding bloc of high-profile GOP figures endorsing the Democratic nominee.
At least nine GOP senators, and one Democrat, appear at risk of losing their seats.
Two-thirds of Republicans agree American society punishes men "just for acting like men," a new survey finds.
The Texas Republican described his initial relationship with Trump as "maybe like a lot of women who get married and think they're going to change their spouse."
The southern state's voters waited up to 10 hours to cast their ballots in some areas last week.
A day before Trump's visit to Wisconsin, a local Republican county executive revealed that he'd tested positive for COVID-19.
Angela Stanton King also responded "you know they are" when asked if Wayfair are secretly trafficking children.
"We need relief now. Not in February. Not in December," Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota said.
At least eight GOP incumbents are in danger of losing their seats, while just one Democrat looks likely to be ousted.
The last time Kansas had a Democratic senator was in 1939.
Ballot boxes pertaining to be official have been set up in several locations across California—and their legality has been brought into question.
"Aren't you in fact counting on Justice Barrett to—to either end or restrict Roe v. Wade, and wouldn't you be terribly disappointed if she failed to do that?" Chris Wallace asked Senator Ben Sasse.
Former Kansas Senator Bob Dole said Friday that the Commission on Presidential Debates was "biased" against President Donald Trump.
"It's Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez to you," the progressive Democrat from New York tweeted during the debate, referring to the vice president.
"Progressive and moderate Christians alike must speak out now against this latest election-year hijacking of our faith," Faithful America said.
Democrats need to gain at least four seats to take control of the upper chamber of Congress from the GOP.
"There is a long and venerable tradition of ill or medically infirm senators being wheeled in to cast critical votes on the Senate floor," the Arkansas Republican said.
"It just depends on if they understand what we have to do to crush the virus," the Speaker of the House said.
"The clear loser from the debate was Donald Trump," pollster Jeff Horwitt said.
Providing no evidence for her claim, DeAnna Lorraine tweeted that she puts "nothing past the left" after it emerged that the president had tested positive for COVID-19.
Vice President Mike Pence might be the obvious choice in such a scenario, but the Republican Party's rule No. 9 means things are not so clear cut.
Brian Kilmeade continued to criticize Donald Trump's decision to not explicitly condemn white supremacy during Tuesday's presidential debate
"For many Senate Republicans, it will be the top line figure, regardless of the content," Senator Mike Braun of Indiana said.
"Donald Trump has created, in my opinion, the favorable conditions that have allowed these domestic terrorist groups to rise," Miles Taylor said.
"It was a very excellent opportunity for me to understand the judicial philosophy of Judge Barrett," the Utah Republican said after the meeting.
"They fight! They fight! They fight!" the voiceover in The Lincoln Project ad says as apes fight on screen.
"One of my prayers is that the Republicans will take back their party," the House of Representatives speaker said.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, accused of felony unlawful use of a weapon, set to embark on three-stop "Team Trump Bus Tour."
Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson said the market has already factored in a big Democratic victory in the upcoming election.
Tom Ridge said that Trump has shown a "tremendous lack of empathy and appreciation for those people who struggle with limited income."