Patrick Murphy voted in a primary election this week, something he never did until his name first appeared on a ballot in 2012, according to a Washington Free Beacon review of his Florida voter history reports.
Hillary Clinton busted out an “old Mexican proverb” on Thursday to attack Donald Trump, recycling an exact attack that was used by Democrats to attack Republican Mitt Romney in 2012.
A leading conservative Jewish group is putting pressure on Democratic Senate candidates in battleground states to speak out against the Obama administration’s $400 million payment to Iran to secure the release of American hostages.
Patrick Murphy’s Senate campaign is spending three times more money on lawyers than it did earlier in the campaign and also added a new firm to its legal team.
Just two days before a liberal Super PAC announced that it would spend $1 million on television ads supporting Patrick Murphy it received a $1 million check from Murphy’s father.
As executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina in the months following 9/11, Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross voiced her concern that intelligence agencies were on the verge of becoming “all the more dangerous.”
Sen. Rand Paul’s (R., Ky.) attempt to impact the Wyoming Republican primary at the last minute turned out to be a dud as the candidate he endorsed lost to Liz Cheney in a landslide.
Pennsylvania legislator Steve Santarsiero is spearheading the fight to save the Pennsylvania-New Jersey tax pact, but has failed to disclose his own financial interest in making sure that his side wins.
The Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police announced on Tuesday its decision to endorse Republican Sen. Pat Toomey (Pa.) in his reelection fight against Democrat Katie McGinty.
A jury on Monday night found Pennsylvania’s Democratic attorney general Kathleen Kane guilty on nine felony counts stemming from her attempt to leak confidential information aimed at embarrassing Republican political rivals.