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"I've never campaigned against a colleague in my life. That's about to change," Graham said.
Turnout has reportedly spiked on the first day of early voting in Texas, as polls show Ted Cruz ahead of Democrat Beto O’Rourke
Early voting began on Monday in Texas, the country's most populous red state, where 15.6 million people are registered to vote in the midterm elections next month.
Republican Patrick Morrisey is betting that bipartisanship is dead in his Senate race against Democrat Joe Manchin in deep-red West Virginia
"I’m the polar opposite of flip-flopper Joe Manchin. Literally, you should go online and see this. If you go online you start to see the memes..." Morrisey said.
Taking her cues from Trump, Arizona Republican Martha McSally accuses her Democratic opponent of supporting ‘treason’
Taking a page from President Donald Trump's playbook, Rep. Martha McSally — the Republican running for retiring Sen. Jeff Flake's Arizona Senate seat — accused her Democratic opponent, Rep. Krysten Sinema, of supporting treason during a contentious Monday night debate.
A Republican Senate candidate ran a campaign ad showing an easy-to-miss swastika, but now says it was a ‘terrible error’
Michigan Republican Senate candidate John James' TV campaign ad briefly shows a swastika on a school noticeboard. James said the inclusion was a 'terrible error.' James, running against incumbent Debbie Stabenow, said it was stock footage and he does 'not approve of hatred or bigotry in any form.'
The battle for control of the Senate is as tight as can be, RealClearPolitics polling averages from Tuesday morning showed.
Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke raised more money than any Senate candidate ever this quarter, but may still lose against Ted Cruz
Rep. Beto O'Rourke, the Texas Democrat challenging Sen. Ted Cruz, raised more money in the third quarter of this year than any Senate candidate ever has, his campaign announced Friday.
After Kavanaugh scandal, Democrats cut a deal to confirm more Trump judicial nominations so they can go home to campaign
The deal allows Senate Democrats facing tough reelections to go back to their home states to hit the campaign trail during the final stretch of the 2018 midterms.
Several vulnerable Democratic senators, including Bill Nelson of Florida, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, and Joe Donnelly of Indiana, saw net drops in their approval ratings in the third quarter of this year.
"So apparently somebody along the way decided that this was going to be a media circus, and they wanted to launch it at exactly the right time," Sen. Mike Lee said. "That’s disgusting."