Newsweek reports: Arthur Jones, a Holocaust denier and “long-time neo-Nazi” whose website promotes anti-Semitic material, is the Republican Party’s official candidate in a congressional district spanning areas of Chicago after he ran unopposed in a primary. Show More Summary
Gordon Humphrey, a former two-term Republican senator from New Hampshire, said he donated to Democratic candidate Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district special election held last week—the first time in 50 years he’s given money to the opposing party. In an op-ed for USA Today,...
Arthur Jones is a Holocaust denier and former leader of the American Nazi Party, but that's good enough for today's Republicans. Last month he did this off-the-wall interview on CNN, seen above. Source: The Hill Republican candidateShow More Summary
Carl Nett, a Republican candidate for Kentucky secretary of state, tweeted Tuesday a reference to shooting Congressman John Yarmuth (D-KY), who was boasting about his F rating from the National Rifle Association. “Move it over just a bit,” the tweet read. “I was trained center mass.” The tweet in question by a @KYGOP candidate for […]
Trump's base won't turn out for GOP candidates, so why kowtow to them?
Two videos posted to YouTube nearly 10 years ago show a candidate for New Mexico governor, who is running unopposed in the GOP primary, making demeaning remarks.
“National Republicans — on the heels of the Roy Moore and Rick Saccone debacles — worry they’re staring down their latest potential midterm election fiasco: coal baron and recent federal prisoner Don Blankenship,” Politico reports. “With Blankenship skyrocketing in the [...]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will headline a fundraiser for Missouri’s Josh Hawley, a Senate candidate who hasn’t backed the Kentucky Republican for leader. Still, the fundraiser for Hawley, the … Click to Continue »
He was running unopposed.
Wisconsin Republican criticizes McCabe job offers.
While the Republican Party rejects everything the Green Party stands for, the GOP nevertheless sees the Green Party as incredibly useful.
Ohio GOP congressional candidate Christina Hagan is trying to stir anti-immigrant sentiment with a misleading ad.
AP: A man who registered as a Green Party candidate for Montana’s U.S. Senate race was on the state Republican Party’s payroll and heads a newly formed anti-tax group, according to a review of election documents. Timothy Adams filed as … Continue reading ?
Bucs owner Ed Glazer is hosting a GOP fundraiser to support congressional candidates and Donald Trump's anticipated reelection campaign.
A leading Republican contender running to be the next governor of Maine said in a radio interview Monday that teachers could use fire extinguishers to combat an active shooter in a school. Shawn Moody, a state university system trustee...Show More Summary
No one has ever banned prayer in school. The fact that Claiborne Holtzman doesn't understand something this simple is why he's unqualified for elected office.
WASHINGTON — For all of the emotion and energy surrounding the gun debate nationally, Republicans are increasingly worried that its political implications matter most with a small but pivotal crop of candidates who are already deeply vulnerable: moderate Republicans from suburbia.... The post...
Lamb has raised almost $4 million to date. Meanwhile, Saccone has pulled in less than $1 million.
You know things are bad for the GOP when Tennessee's Lt. Gov. chimes in to attack a State Senate candidate in a red district because she doesn't believe in God.
Moore, whose December defeat was a shocking upset, announced Monday his endorsement of Courtland Sykes, who is attempting to unseat Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), a top target of Republicans in this year’s elections.