"The majority of Republicans are now no different than socialist Democrats when it comes to debt," Senator Rand Paul said.
"It's too early for Florida to be the petri dish for America," Fredrick Ingram said.
Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez said he has "no idea" why Governor Ron DeSantis has not required Floridians to wear masks in public.
Democrats hope to flip at least four seats while maintaining all their current seats in order to take control of the Senate.
"If you look at our numbers today, versus where Florida was a month ago, we have very similar numbers," Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican, said.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis, a Democrat, said masks should be viewed as "a ticket to more freedom."
The ruling overturned Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's cancellation of the convention because of the threat of spreading the coronavirus, however, the GOP said it will go forward with the virtual convention.
"These decisions were made for a reason," Don Bolduc said in July. "Statues were put up for a reason."
The congressional candidate and former White House physician said he does not want the government telling him he needs to wear a mask.
Absentee voting is a form of mail-in voting.
Tommy Tuberville defeated former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the GOP Alabama primary, having been heavily backed by the president.
"There are some people who want to keep our schools closed because they think it gives them a political advantage," Senator John Kennedy said.
The political director of the Republican Voters Against Trump coalition called Trump an "utter failure" as the campaign released a new ad targeting GOP evangelical Christians to "resist being used to justify things that Jesus would never justify."
The political action committee attacks Republican senators in their latest campaign ad for staying silent on President Donald Trump's conduct as "everyday citizens somehow find the courage to stand up to and fight for what's right."
"I think you can anticipate this coming to a head sometime within the next three weeks, beginning next week," the Senate majority leader said.
"And he's great, Lou Saban, what a great job he's done," President Donald Trump said Monday, apparently referencing current Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
Republican Party officials in Texas say the Harris County chairman-elect has reneged on his June announcement not to take office after he shared a racist image involving Martin Luther King Jr. on Facebook.
The polling by The Dallas Morning News and University of Texas at Tyler showed the Democratic candidate ahead of the incumbent Republican president by 5 points.
The president commuted the 40-month prison sentence of his longtime associate on Friday evening.
"It's time to talk about Donald John Trump," Rep. Grothman said before suffering a coughing fit that briefly stopped his speech at the Republican Party of Wisconsin State Convention in Green Bay.
Coronavirus cases are surging across the nation as measures which were implemented to stem the spread are lifted.
GOP Representative Nino Vitale asked if people are "tired of living in a dictatorship" on Facebook and urged them to stop getting tested after Governor Mike DeWine issued a face mask order for seven counties in the state.
New polling shows that just 27 percent of Americans strongly approve of the president, while 47 percent strongly disapprove.
"We are in a crisis," Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Tuesday. "It is a crisis we have not seen in this state for 102 years."
A spokesperson for Collins' re-election campaign dismissed the results as coming from a "Democratic polling firm."
Governor Greg Abbott has urged Texans to wear masks but has said municipalities cannot require people to wear them.
A survey conducted by Fox News in June also showed Biden narrowly ahead of the president.
"There is no constitutional right to endanger other people, which is why we can regulate smoking," Mayor Dan Gelber said.
With polls favoring Democratic candidate Joe Biden over Donald Trump, the president faces the prospect of lawmakers turning against him.
"Whether it's Xi of China, whether it's Putin, you don't get bad words against them from the Twitter handle," Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.