Polls in both the House and Senate show improvements for Republicans amid economic and crime concerns.
Author: Michael Scherer
Mike Bloomberg takes different approach to funding Democrats this year
The billionaire former candidate for president plans to spend more than $60 million on this year’s elections.
Obama to campaign in Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia
The former president is expected to boast of Democratic accomplishments over the last two years while also raising alarms over the state of American democracy.
Newspapers with a partisan aim filling the void of traditional media
As independent local papers collapse, a new industry is being fueled by ideological donors seeking to further political agendas.
Biden makes last promotions for White House communications team
The personnel moves and title changes end a roughly six-month reshuffling set off by then-White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s announced departure.
Rick Scott, Tom Cotton to rally in Ga. for embattled Herschel Walker
The Republican senators will travel Tuesday to show their support for the GOP senatorial candidate in Georgia.
Democrats sound alarms about funding in battle for House majority
“There are places that I don’t know if we are going to be able to get to,” said Tim Persico, the executive director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis turns from combative politics as hurricane hits
Cooperation between DeSantis and President Biden has temporarily paused the rhetorical knife fight that was set to grow ahead of the midterms.
Glenn Youngkin hosts donor retreat amid presidential speculation
The “Red Vest Retreat” comes as major Republican donors search for alternatives to former president Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in 2024.
How Kevin McCarthy’s political machine worked to sway the GOP field
Allies spent millions in a sometimes secretive effort to weed out candidates who could cause the House leader trouble or jeopardize GOP victories in November.