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.
Thiel's donation may be a sign of the PayPal co-founder's continued support for Republican causes after months of being quiet amid the midterm campaigns.
Martha McSally is leading the Arizona GOP Senate primary, but she has had to shift her campaign to respond to recent attacks from her more conservative primary opponents.
When Kelli Ward ran against John McCain in 2016, she said he was too old and might die in office.
The Justice Department is currently led by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a Trump-appointee and a former conservative Republican senator from Alabama.
State treasurer Mark Gordon and multimillionaire GOP donor Foster Friess are in a dead heat for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, where Democrats could make a difference.
Slightly more than 40 percent of registered Republican voters in New Hampshire said they would support a 2020 GOP challenger to President Donald Trump.
The Miami Herald newspaper endorsed a Republican House candidate for her "working class agenda," but who also believes she was abducted by aliens.
A Missouri Republican seeking a House of Representatives seat has a history of making homophobic remarks, including in a 2012 newspaper ad in which he said being gay is more deadly than smoking.
"The president is the only one in the government that hasn't been paying attention to this," James Lankford told CNN.
New Hampshire State Representative Eric Schleien is heading to trial in November to defend himself against sex assault charges.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart's media and advertising head railed against the NAACP as the "more violent" version of the KKK and demanded black leaders tell NFL players they must stand during the National Anthem.
West Virginia officials rejected Don Blankenship's attempt to appear on the U.S. Senate ballot in November.
"It is inexplicable for a sitting U.S. congressman to speak at, let alone attend a rally for, someone responsible for spreading as much hate and bigotry as Tommy Robinson," said the executive director of CAIR.
In a statement to Newsweek Friday, Jason Lewis' campaign manager claimed that "political opponents seem intent on digging up old shows from his days as a radio host."
"My parents have since turned their back on me, my wife, their grandchildren, and their extended family," GOP candidate Kevin Nicholson wrote.
Lemmon said he couldn't understand Republicans' continued support for President Donald Trump.
California saw its highest voter turnout for midterm primaries in two decades.
An anti-Semitic robocall went out to Northern California telephones.
South New Jersey GOP candidate Seth Grossman claimed to know "many Africans who wish their ancestors had been taken to America as slaves."
Several woman had accused Hill of inappropriate behavior.
The Republican candidate won the primary vote at the beginning of May.