If Republicans do win control of the House, Representative Fred Upton said it will be "very hard" for the party "to have any sense of a governing majority."
A new poll found that the majority of Pennsylvania voters said Oz's New Jersey residence made them less likely to vote for him.
Ryan can't afford to alienate swing voters in Ohio if he wants to make up the slight lead his Trump-backed opponent has over him.
Every conservative should want Republicans to regain control of the Senate after this year's midterms.
The Republican Florida senator, who once held a 20-point lead against his Democratic challenger, appears to be in for a closer-than-expected contest, per recent polling.
Conservative commentator Dick Morris blasted the Senate's GOP leader on Sunday for suggesting they may not win control of the chamber.
The same poll, released Sunday, found that 57% of voters think investigations into ex-president Donald Trump should continue.
The GOP senator chairs the National Republican Senatorial Committee, which has nixed midterm ad bookings amid a reported money crunch.
The GOP candidate insists his world is framed by "Pennsylvania values".
Senator Warren campaigned for two progressive candidates in battleground states Friday, saying their victories could codify Roe v. Wade "as early as January."
Less than a year ago, the Republican leader predicted that "the wind is going to be at our back in both the House and Senate."
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor currently appears favored by voters over the incumbent Republican senator.
Republicans Kari Lake and Blake Masters have embraced Trump's 2020 election claims, but recent polling suggests that strategy isn't paying off.
New polling data by a conservative group shows a tied race to replace retiring Republican Senator Richard Burr.
Grassley, an Iowa Republican, who has held his Senate seat for more than 40 years, appears to be facing his strongest Democratic opponent in decades.
The poll, released by a Pittsburgh-area labor group, shows Fetterman surging in the closing weeks of the summer.
His Democratic U.S. Senate opponent, John Fetterman, has raised more than a half-million dollars off the viral video showing Oz at a grocery store.
"Italy is in bad shape, I want to do something good and positive," Lollobrigida told Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
As general election season nears, the battle for Senate control is heating up. The big question: how anger over Roe and the Mar-a-Lago search will play out.
"The last thing they need to be worried about is keeping a roof over the heads," Senator Raphael Warnock told Newsweek. "Sadly that's the case for too many."
The two other slots have not yet been decided.
Fetterman has mocked Oz again for a recent campaign ad where he appeared to mix up the names of Radner's and Wegmans grocery chains.
In a video, the U.S. Senate candidate for Pennsylvania said he was shopping for crudité items at a "Wegners" store.
Recent polling and forecasts show Democrats are favored to maintain control of the Senate, and possibly expand their majority, in the November 8 election.
Social media posts claim the judge who reportedly approved the Mar-a-Lago search was a Donald Trump appointee.
Major legislation and the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade have caused some forecasters to scale back the GOP's midterm election projections.
Senate Democrats passed the $739 billion bill that will invest in health care and climate change on Sunday, after months of negotiations.
Americans pay about 10 times more for insulin than people in 32 other countries, according to a 2020 government survey.
The Democratic candidate aims to flip a Republican-held Senate seat blue as he faces off against his Trump-backed opponent.
Grassley, 88, lamented that he would miss a family reunion for the second year running to "fight" the expected passage of the Inflation Reduction Act.