Long shot Iowa Senate hopeful Bob Quast is out with an amusing new ad in which he champions the Second Amendment, threatens to "blow [somebody's] balls off," and takes jabs at likely Democratic nominee Rep. Bruce Braley and current Republican frontrunner state Sen. Jodi Ernst.
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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush lead the Republican presidential field in Iowa, a year and a half out from the caucuses in the Hawkeye State.
At the ripe old age of 27, Oklahoma state house Rep. Mike Turner is hoping to be the next U.S. Representative from Oklahoma’s Fifth District, and polling suggests he might be able to pull it off.
Freedom Partners, a conservative group with ties to the Koch brothers is launching a television ad buy targeting Democrats in the Iowa and Colorado Senate races.
“Ice cream brings people together,” according to Arizona state treasurer, Doug Ducey. “Of course, government is dramatically different from ice cream.”
Democratic Rep. Jim Moran is taking up the cause of underpaid members of Congress, saying their six-figure salaries are insufficient to cover the cost of living in Washington, D.C.
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday waded into an ugly Senate battle brewing in Iowa, a state that would be key to his presidential hopes, should he choose to run in 2016.
Georgia Republican Senate hopeful David Perdue knocked his one of his opponents for having only graduated high school and not college -- suggesting the issues facing the country were of too great a magnitude for someone with that background to handle.
South Dakota Democratic Senate hopeful Rick Weiland declared Wednesday that the decision handed down in McCutcheon v. FEC regarding campaign finance laws "may be the worst decision made by any Supreme Court since the Dred Scott case reaffirmed slavery in 1857."
Rep. Paul Ryan on Tuesday announced a new budget plan that would cut $5.1 trillion and balance the budget over the next decade, in part by repealing Obamacare.
John Boehner likes mowing his own lawn. And "green grass," apparently.
Some conservatives are up in arms over a hurried Thursday vote on the so-called "doc fix" for Medicare, which they felt leadership tried to slip by them.
The Senate Conservatives Fund endorsed T.W. Shannon on Wednesday for Oklahoma Senate.
A Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate had a painful candidate's forum Tuesday; not because of his performance, but because he was in the process of passing a kidney stone when it occurred.
Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson said Tuesday that the United States "should be pleased" about Russia annexing the Crimea, calling it "a virtually bloodless transfer of power."
WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Wednesday fiercely defended the administration's decision to extend the deadline to enroll in a health insurance plan.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will refund his campaign committee $16,000 for the purchase of "holiday gifts" from his granddaughter's jewelry company.
The Federal Election Commission wants to know why Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid paid out over $16,000 in campaign funds to his granddaughter for "holiday gifts" to "donors and supporters."
WASHINGTON --- The top members on the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday proposed legislation to end the NSA's bulk collection of metadata, while still allowing intelligence officials to get information on foreign calls made to the United States, if they can show a reasonable need for collecting that data.