Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax (D.) is still considering running for governor in 2021 despite facing multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Rep. Ralph Abraham (R., La.) on Thursday announced that he will challenge Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D.) in the 2019 election, becoming the first elected official and second Republican to launch a bid to unseat the only Democratic governor in the Deep South.
Claims of voter suppression tainted Georgia’s political landscape this election cycle, impacting races up and down the ballot, but none more so than the contest for governor.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate in South Carolina resisted commenting on the controversy around Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, but he admitted at an event on Tuesday that he would not have supported President Donald Trump’s nominee.
A new survey released by the Morning Consult on Wednesday found that America’s 10 most popular governors are all Republicans.
Official documents appear to contradict the defense David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, has offered for missing nearly half of all meetings of the charter school board of directors he sat on between 2013 and 2017. Garcia has anchored his challenge to first-term incumbent Republican governor Doug Ducey around education, especially calls for increased oversight and accountability in Arizona’s burgeoning charter school system.
Jay Gonzalez, the Democratic nominee for governor of Massachusetts, is refusing to elaborate on how much the new spending programs his campaign has proposed will cost taxpayers.
David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, missed nearly half of all meetings of the charter school board he sat on between 2013 and 2017, despite making educational oversight and transparency a focal point of his campaign.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D.) is dismissing the burgeoning contingent of self-described democratic socialists successfully running for office under the Democratic Party’s banner as a “fluke.”