"I think something happened. I don't know what it was—but something happened because people are angry," Walker said regarding the 2020 election.
An adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky wrote that Ukrainians are too busy "defending freedom and democracy" to listen to the former secretary of state's advice.
A video of Tucker Carlson telling Democrats to dial down the rhetoric has been viewed over 580,000 times.
Kandiss Taylor told Georgians to pray for their sheriffs as she issued a warning to any corrupt ones at a rally in Forsyth over the weekend.
Mike Pence and Governor Brian Kemp are speaking at a Get Out the Vote Rally in Georgia on Monday. Here is how to watch all the action.
Dr Oz, the GOP Senatorial candidate for Pennsylvania, suggested during a Newsmax interview that weed was associated with higher rates of unemployment.
The former defense secretary's comments follow publication of a book by Mark Esper describing troubling moments during Trump's presidency.
"It was just completely alarming to me to watch this transformation," John Bridgeland said of the New York congresswoman.
The ex-president said the former Clinton campaign manager's claim pointed to "one of the greatest political scandals in history."
Donald Trump's support is no longer the "golden ticket" to victory in GOP primaries, Georgia's Republican lieutenant governor said on Sunday.
"Donald Trump cost him his Senate seat and now...has not helped him win this governor's race," Scott Jennings said Sunday about former Senator David Perdue.
Alyssa Farah Griffin said Sunday that Donald Trump makes endorsements that are based on "personal kind of vendettas" instead of "who is electable."
Former president Donald Trump lashed out this weekend at Pennsylvania's ballot-counting process, comparing it to that of a "third world nation."
Glenn Kirschner said Saturday that Roger Stone's "good friends" have begun to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Niou, who currently serves in the New York State Assembly, could become the highest-ranking autistic lawmaker in U.S. history.
"If anybody tears up our Constitution...as what happened on January 6, I'm going to try to hold them accountable," the GOP congressman told Newsweek.
Jacky Eubanks, a candidate for Michigan's state house, said contraception gives people "the false sense of security that they can have consequence-free sex."
"I said what I said. Get offended," Georgia's GOP gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor said Thursday after receiving criticism online for her comments.
"That tweet is a Clinton campaign hoax for which their campaign lawyer is undergoing a criminal trial," Elon Musk wrote on Twitter Friday.
Other media figures and politicians have also condemned the GOP's rhetoric in recent weeks including GOP Representative Adam Kinzinger.
Hillary Clinton's former campaign manager said Friday that officials weren't "totally confident" in the accuracy of data linking Donald Trump to a Russian bank.
Catherine Glenn Foster also analogized supporters of abortion to historical defenders of slavery in the United States.
The North Carolina Representative names those he believes to be "America First Patriots" like former President Donald Trump and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
On Wednesday, the House passed the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act largely on party lines, though Texas Democrat Vicente Gonzalez did not vote.
Greene posted about Shkreli's early release from prison and move into a halfway house on social media Wednesday.
The controversial right-wing politician encouraged celibacy and religion in an anti-abortion speech to huddled supporters.
The former president's record remains impressive, but his backing was not enough to catapult some candidates over the line—including Rep. Madison Cawthorn.
Nearly 50 percent of Americans believe that "the people who really 'run' the country are not known to the voters," according to a new poll.
Thompson, who chairs the committee investigating the riot, said it's unclear if Trump would help investigators understand already-uncovered evidence.
"'2000 Mules' is an investigative documentary in roughly the same way 'Reno 911' was a hard-hitting look at real-life police work," a review of the film stated.