Former Arizona secretary of state Ken Bennett, who is mounting a challenge to incumbent governor Doug Ducey in the Republican gubernatorial primary this year, has attempted to paint himself as the sole fiscal conservative in the race, despite a record to the contrary.
The Ohio Republican Party knocked Richard Cordray, the Democratic candidate for governor in the state, on Tuesday for hypocritically attacking his GOP opponent.
The Freedom Partners Action Fund, a conservative group funded in part by the political donor network of the Koch brothers, launched a $1.5 million ad buy in the Nevada governor’s race on Wednesday.
Richard Cordray labeled Republicans throughout Ohio as “Vichy Republicans,” a reference to Nazi collaborators in France during World War II.
Progressives across Texas appear to be uninspired by the candidacy of Lupe Valdez, the Democrat looking to unseat incumbent Republican Gov. Greg Abbott in November.
John Cox, the Republican candidate for governor of California, is embracing the support of President Donald Trump in his bid to become chief executive of the heavily Democratic state.
California’s jungle-primary system, which created a convoluted slugfest on both sides of the political aisle, shut out neither Republican nor Democratic candidates from the general election in three key Southern California House races or the gubernatorial race, as party leaders worried might happen.