The Republican Party has flipped four state legislative seats from Democratic control since the start of 2019, reversing political trends witnessed over the past two years. On Tuesday, Republicans won a special election for the Kentucky state senate in a district where more than 60 percent of voters are registered Democrats, as reported by The Hill. …
In a rare move, a Republican amendment to gun legislation brought to House floor by Democratic leadership was adopted after multiple defections from moderate Democrats.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, the presumptive 2020 frontrunner should he enter the presidential race as an independent, has struck fear in the hearts of his fellow Democrats and envy in the bowels of Obama alumni who didn’t get a lucrative consulting gig of their own. The Democratic primary, already underway, promises to be an …
Authors of a criminal justice reform bill pending in the Senate rolled out a new version late Wednesday, with changes reflecting some but not all bill critics’ concerns.
Louisiana congressman Mike Johnson, the incoming chairman of the Republican Study Committee, believes that Democratic control of the House of Representatives, at least for the next two years, presents an opportunity for the GOP to fine-tune its policies and message in order to appeal to a new generation of voters.
Hollywood celebrities, trial lawyers, and Clinton administration alumni are rushing to underwrite the candidacy of Mike Espy, who is vying to capture a U.S. Senate seat for the Democratic Party in Mississippi.
After all the votes are counted, Democrats will emerge from the first midterm election of Donald Trump’s presidency with their narrowest majority in the House of Representative since 1945.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani urged voters in Indiana not take the first midterm election of the Trump presidency lightly unless they were prepared to cope with having his fellow New Yorker, Chuck Schumer, as Senate majority leader for the next two years.