The senator also said his family member's addresses were made publicly available.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse revealed that back in June or early July, he "urged the president" to nominate someone other than Brett Kavanaugh—a woman.
"What happens when the average Joe out there realizes that we got, like, the entire Republican tax cut," a business man says, as an average Joe functions as his boss's table.
"I'm doing everything I can to defend him and defend future men like Kavanaugh who may face similar smears," Seth Grossman said.
A Wisconsin high school marketing teacher violated district "bias" rules after showing students a comedy-infused pro-labor union video entitled, "Why the Rich Love Destroying Unions."
"Rule number one of an incumbent," Campa-Najjar said of Duncan Hunter. "You never say the name of your opponent. Unless you feel threatened by them."
GOP Senate Judiciary members have refrained from requesting the FBI investigate the numerous allegations stemming back to Kavanaugh's time in high school and college, while critics and Democrats have called for an independent investigation.
A Republican candidate for treasurer issued a "realistic" statement Tuesday urging supporters not to volunteer or donate to his "inevitable" loss.
Republican representative and current Senate candidate Kevin Cramer asked whether the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should disqualify him, even if they're true.
Last month, DeSantis warned voters not to "monkey this up" by electing Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum.
A Republican Pennsylvania representative proposed legislation that would ban all political discussions in public school classrooms to help prevent "indoctrination" by teachers.
A major donor and Republican activist behind Ron DeSantis's Florida gubernatorial campaign deleted a tweet calling former President Barack Obama the n-word and a "Muslim."
"I have been supporting Democrats all my life," the 85-year-old country icon said.
"Women are energized, they are angry, and they are fed up—and that was before #MeToo."
Republican lawmakers in North Carolina rejected a plan that could have mitigated the problems caused by Hurricane Florence, one scientist says.
The suspect's mother claimed that GOP candidate Rudy Peters "got physical first."
Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is viewed as a crucial swing vote in Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine continues to receive thousands of coat hangers at her office ahead of her potential swing vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS confirmation.
Shera Bechard says Broidy liked Trump because of his "uncanny ability to sexually abuse women and get away with it."
Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska said he might join the small, but ever-growing list of traditional GOP politicians who have left the party.
President George W. Bush was "a radical... What would you call him? A liberal himself. He wasn't a conservative," Lou Dobbs claimed.
The video used 43 of 143 words from an audience member's question, and only 24 of 615 words from O'Rourke's answer.
Both a Republican and a Democrat running for Montana's House District 88 seat said they were "horrified" by vandalism targeting women and touting President Donald Trump.
The Arizona senator's death didn't stop political attack ads from hitting the airwaves throughout the state.
The ads are depicting Democratic candidates as "dangerous and outside the mainstream."
Without their knowledge, some of the candidates have claimed, they were added to the group, which pushes conspiracy theories and racially charged posts.