At least eight GOP incumbents are in danger of losing their seats, while just one Democrat looks likely to be ousted.
Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee, has repeatedly claimed that Joe Biden intends to raise taxes on "82 percent of Americans." Nonpartisan tax groups disagree.
With less than a month to go until Election Day, both presidential campaigns are amping up efforts in what appears to be the most important battleground state. Newsweek takes an inside look at the strategies of both candidates—and the impact of legal challenges on the voting process.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had experienced working with the Vice President when he was the state's governor.
The president praised his vice president for his response to a question about Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power.
While Pence and the Second Lady have both tested negative for COVID-19, the White House hasn't explained the sudden cancellation of their voting plans.
"Every American has a fundamental right to breathe clean air and drink clean water," the actress tweeted on Thursday.
It was only a matter of time, and at least this way, we're getting all the fly jokes out of our system.
"I think every woman knows a Mike Pence—someone who dismisses them, talks over them and treats them as if they don't belong there," one Democratic strategist told Newsweek.
Advocacy groups called it a "disservice" that moderator Susan Page failed to bring up Vice President Mike Pence's anti-LGBTQ record.
Tamblyn brought up Kelly's past comments in response to a tweet that Kelly had written, criticizing Kamala Harris for making faces during the vice presidential debate.
After the debate, Harris' odds shortened to 3-1, while Pence's odds lengthened to 33-1.
Firstman hypes up the "fly-boss" in the video, and people are loving it.
Senator Kamala Harris faced off against Vice President Mike Pence on the debate stage in Utah.
The Vice President is the subject of yet another meme as an old "X-Men" joke surrounding the politician emerged after last night's debate.
For $10, you too could have been the lucky owner of a blue fly swatter that reads "Truth Over Flies" on the handle.
After Wednesday's vice presidential debate, President Trump called the California senator a "communist" who wants to open borders "to allow killers and murderers and rapists" into the country.
"It's Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez to you," the progressive Democrat from New York tweeted during the debate, referring to the vice president.
Democrat Joe Biden's odds briefly dropped to the lowest of the 2020 campaign so far on the Betfair Exchange, before recovering.
The former South Bend mayor questioned why a committed Christian like Pence supports a man who has slept with a pornographic actor.
After killing the fly, Obama declared: "That was pretty impressive, wasn't it? I got the sucker," during a 2009 interview with John Harwood.
"Mr. Santorum, I'm speaking," Gloria Borger responded, using the same words Kamala Harris spoke on the debate stage.
Mike Pence also brought up senator's comments about the Knights of Columbus during the debate.
Amid all of the memes and hot takes from viewers and celebrities, one recurring one was centered on actor Jeff Goldblum famous for Jurassic Park and of course, the 1986 David Cronenberg film, "The Fly."
President Trump has been critical of the website in recent months and suggested its founder was "confused".
An insect clutching to the head of the Vice President served as a welcome distraction to some viewers of Tuesday's debate.
The president's eldest son said the vice president did a "perfect job" in his head-to-head with Kamala Harris last night.
The president posted a series of tweets, one of which included a video highlighting his support among African American voters.