Donald Trump on Monday endorsed Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for reelection, giving the embattled incumbent a sought-after edge in the 2022 GOP primary that also features Land Commissioner George P. Bush and former Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe brought President Joe Biden to the vote-rich suburbs Friday as he works to keep a national focus in the race and tie his Republican opponent to former President Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump will return Saturday to Arizona, where Republicans are looking to rebound after losing both of the state’s Senate seats in the past two elections.
Three Republicans who’ve faced the wrath of former President Donald Trump raised more money in the second quarter than the challengers in their races he’s endorsed.
President Joe Biden called the right to vote “a test of our time” and urged Americans to protect it amid GOP-led changes to election laws and threats to voting rights, casting the battle as a globally watched test of U.S. democracy in a speech at the National Constitution Center on Tuesday.
Donald Trump accused Wisconsin’s Democratic governor of impugning his character in a motion for legal fees stemming from the former president’s failed lawsuit to reverse the result of the 2020 election.
Donald Trump swept into Dallas on Sunday spinning tall tales about the 2020 election and the crowd that mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 hoping to keep him in the White House despite his defeat.
Vice President Kamala Harris said Thursday the Democratic National Committee would more than double its planned spending on voter registration, outreach and protections ahead of the 2022 midterm election, but civil rights groups said a law is needed to counter new voting restrictions in some GOP-led states.
Former President Donald Trump sued Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and their chief executives, raising the stakes in his battle against social media giants who have blocked him.
Donald Trump may have showered Ivanka Trump with adoration all her life and given her a job in his White House, but none of that would stop her from cooperating with prosecutors if it would keep her out of prison, said Mary Trump, the former president's niece.
The voters of Boston, a city with a notorious history of racism, face a once-unimaginable political tableau in the mayor's race this year. For the first time, the four top candidates are all women of color.
A gallon of gasoline is the most expensive it has been in seven years, but the once-potent economic indicator doesn’t seem to be putting pressure on President Joe Biden’s energy policies — in part because gas prices hit Democrats and Republicans differently.
Hours after Vice President Kamala Harris snapped at NBC News anchor Lester Holt last month in an interview from Guatemala, she was still showing signs of exasperation with questions about why she was not also going to the U.S.-Mexico border in her role dealing with waves of migrants to the U.S.
A judge in Washington expressed skepticism over the latest efforts by Democrats in the House of Representatives to obtain former President Donald Trump’s financial records from his accounting business.
Former state Rep. Charles Booker is running for the U.S. Senate in hopes of ousting Republican incumbent Rand Paul, his campaign said.