The ads are depicting Democratic candidates as "dangerous and outside the mainstream."
Over 70 percent of Trump voters said they could still vote for a candidate who used the racial epithet.
The Stormy Daniels scandal could've changed a few votes in 2016.
A Georgia county that is nearly two-thirds black may have almost all of its polling places shut down ahead of a gubernatorial election in which a candidate could become the country's first black female governor.
The new poll also shows registered voters don't necessarily care about a political candidate's gender.
Trump was the first president to refuse to disclose his tax returns in decades.
Non-traditional Republican candidates were elected thanks to Trump. Now efforts are underway to remove at least one of them.
A new poll shows American voters think the majority of Congress is afraid of the NRA and support companies like Dick's Sporting Goods, which announced it will stop selling assault-style rifles or raise the age restriction to 21.
A new poll finds most voters are embarrassed by President Donald Trump, think he's a poor moral leader and say he's not a good role model for children, and it also marks seven consecutive months of approval ratings below 40 percent.
A survey found that Trump's approval rating among black Americans has not doubled—it has actually dropped.
The president has said he's "the least racist person," but a Quinnipiac University poll suggests many voters have doubts.
Trump's approval rating across all groups was 42 percent, with 56 percent disapproving.
The former president is coping with comedy.
Spanish police have shut down polling places to stop voters from voting on an independence referendum.
One of Trump's fans harangued author Tony Schwartz in a lengthy voicemail.
Demographic changes could pose particular problems for the Republican Party.