"I urge all of you living in Florida to join the fight—or join us in California, where we still believe in freedom," the California governor said in his ad.
Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto is facing a difficult re-election fight in what could be a hugely important race.
One poll shows Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley leading his rivals after being arrested by the FBI in connection to the January 6 Capitol riot.
The Republican congresswoman, who is on the January 6 panel, repeatedly urged Harriet Hageman to admit she backs the false claim the 2020 election was rigged.
The president's approval rating may be a bad sign for Democrats as they face difficult midterm elections this November.
Some intelligence experts say the Kremlin will seek to weaken President Biden—who they feel rallied allies behind Ukraine—by working to defeat Democrats.
Georgia Gov. Kemp and Abrams are facing each other for the second time after the Republican narrowly defeated the Democrat in the 2018 race
The president has been using the phrase "ultra MAGA" since May in an apparent midterm election strategy.
A poll conducted in February showed that most Americans believe it's time for Pelosi to leave the leadership.
Democratic groups had tried to boost Republicans who were seen as more supportive of former President Donald Trump.
Freshman Congresswoman Mary Miller beat out her opponent in a rare incumbent-versus-incumbent House race on Tuesday.
The Democratic governor may have had more to do with the Trump candidate's primary win than the former president did.
Giuliani has emerged as a wild card in the Republican primary for governor of New York.
The GOP has been predicted to sweep both the House and the Senate come November, but now the party risks backlash over restricting abortions nationwide.
A survey carried out after the Supreme Court's bombshell ruling found women remain less motivated to vote than men in November.
The last time a Republican represented the Rhode Island district in the House of Representatives was in 1991.
To win, Democrats must replicate the Republican strategy. Democrats need to drop the generic vote blue and "everything will be OK" message and make an explicit pact with voters: If you reward us with an even bigger majority, Democrats will get rid of the filibuster and end senators Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema's unlimited veto power over an agenda the vast majority of Americans support.
The newly created 8th congressional district is expected to be one of the most competitive in the country.
Nearly 80 percent of Democrats said Friday's decision on abortion makes them more likely to vote in November—24 points higher than Republicans.
The survey suggests Pennsylvania Representative Brian Fitzpatrick would lose his seat to Democratic challenger Ashley Ehasz once voters learned about his views.
The former president gave his backing to a number of sitting congressmen, some of whom are who are his longtime supporters.
The New York lawmaker urged Democrats on Saturday to be specific about how many Senate seats are needed to codify Roe v. Wade into federal law.
The GOP strategist said that some Republican voters are "no longer drinking the Kool-Aid."
Over the weekend, Trump will stump for one of his endorsed candidates, freshman Representative Mary Miller, who thanked him for Friday's SCOTUS ruling.
The Republican congresswoman has denied asking for a pardon last year and called the claim "gossip and lies."
Some Democratic candidates are leading in the polls despite the president's persistently low popularity.
Some GOP senators are taking a political gamble on the bill. Gun safety activists told Newsweek that if those votes come through, "we'll have their back."
Gallup has found that just 13 percent of Americans are satisfied with the direction the U.S. is going.
Trump's endorsement remains the most powerful in the GOP, but "political winds can change quickly," pushing politicians to "act accordingly."
Boebert is facing a primary challenge from state Senator Don Coram, but she's seen as the favorite to win.