Trump-backed candidates appear to be trailing their Democratic opponents vying for control of seats currently held by Republicans.
The Democratic candidate aims to flip a Senate seat blue as his Trump-backed opponent attempts to keep it solidly Republican.
The GOP candidate will now face Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan in November's midterms for the seat being vacated by Senator Rob Portman.
"I don't understand why we're not doing it. We initially gave it a green light," the Senator said Sunday.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are urging the administration to help facilitate the transfer of the planes.
Retiring Senator Rob Portman is supporting candidate Jane Timken, who is garnering about 6 percent of likely Republican primary voters.
The senator said on Sunday that Republicans are looking for a justice who won't "legislate on the bench."
Democrats will now be able to raise the debt ceiling with a fast-track simple majority vote in the Senate.
Senators are hoping to finalize the nearly $1 trillion bill as early as Monday afternoon. Lawmakers are looking to pass the bill before Congress' August recess.
"It's too important, you know, for us to rush the vote here for an arbitrary deadline," the Ohio Republican told CNBC.
"I just don't know how you have a cloture vote when you don't have a bill ready," said Senator Bill Cassidy on Sunday.
"I think that there's been good faith on both sides," the Ohio Republican senator said.
"As you know, the Constitution does provide for federal oversight of state elections," the Fox News Sunday anchor told the GOP senator.
"Let's tie the aid to actually dealing with the corruption and make sure that there is transparency," the Ohio Republican said.
"Fox freaked out, said, 'Pick a lane. Are you a journalist or a politician?' And I wasn't ready to jump off my current turnstile, so instead I had to kind of embarrass myself and say never mind," Rivera said.
"From the Great River to the Great Lake, I'll fight for you," Fox News host Geraldo Rivera said after announcing that he was "pondering" a run for an Ohio U.S. Senate seat on Wednesday.
Manchin is considering two proposals that would lower weekly unemployment benefits. However, the Biden Administration seems willing to accept a compromise
"Most disappointing is the partisan approach the new administration is taking to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the few areas where there has been real bipartisanship over the past year," the Ohio GOP senator wrote in a new op-ed.
The Ohio Republican said Trump's "inexcusable actions and words must be addressed" by the criminal justice system.
"I think she's very smart and she plays a key role in our party," the Ohio Republican senator said.
"The differences [within the Republican Party] are not irreconcilable at all," Senator Rob Portman told Fox News.
GOP senators Richard Burr of North Carolina and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania have also said they won't run again in 2022.
Ohio Senator Rob Portman wrote in an op-ed that transition funds should be released to the President-elect Joe Biden's team and that the transition of power should be begin.
The ad campaign features 2016 comments by Senators Ted Cruz, Chuck Grassley, Marco Rubio, Ron Johnson and Rob Portman, which contradict their current stance on a Supreme Court confirmation before an election.
"The check is there, the re-employment bonus is there," White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.
A $450 weekly return-to-work bonus is one of the incentives legislators are considering as a strategy to jumpstart the economy and get Americans back to work.