There’s always something to learn from a fundraising quarter. After looking at the second quarter FEC reports for the Senate candidates currently running, AR/Intel came up with these superlatives.
What’s the state of play in Michigan’s 3rd District now that Rep. Justin Amash has left the Republican party?
2020 Democratic candidates faced off in the first primary debate this week, Special Counsel Robert Mueller said he would testify in front of Congress, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg faced intense criticism for the handling of a police shooting in South Bend. For all these stories and more, check out AR/Intel’s week in review video.
The Senate Democrats’ campaign arm has already endorsed five candidates who still have to get through a primary election. With party activists becoming increasingly frustrated with party elites, could that strategy end up backfiring?
At least five new candidates entered Senate races around the country. Find out who they are and catch up on all the most important political news in this week’s Race Rundown.
AR/Intel asked Kincaid about the potential impact of the upcoming Supreme Court cases, all of which are expected to receive some sort of action before the end of June. This interview is for subscribers only, but AR/Intel is providing a free preview to give readers insight into how redistricting could impact House races.
The cuts have been made and the stage has been set for the first 2020 Dem debate. Down ballot, a high-profile Senate Democrat is eyeing retirement and liberal billionaire Tom Steyer is making a big investment for an upcoming special election. Catch up on all the week’s campaign news with our latest Race Rundown.
Bernie Sanders gave a forceful defense of socialism this week in a speech designed to blunt President Trump’s criticisms of the Vermont senator’s preferred economic system. Meanwhile, Trump halted his proposed tariffs against Mexico, and he and former Vice President Joe Biden traded harsh words about one another during dueling campaign visits to Iowa.
There are at least ten Democrats running for the same House seats they ran for in 2018. Who are they?
It was a rough week for Joe Biden. First critics pounced when it was revealed his campaign potentially plagiarized portions of his newly unveiled climate plan. Then Democrats blasted his support of the Hyde Amendment, a law that prohibits federal funds from being used for abortions.
Democrats hope to take back the Senate in 2020 but these potentially contentious primary races could derail their chances.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s decision to hold a press conference on Wednesday turned Memorial Day week into an action-packed circus. Catch up on the week that was with AR/Intel’s week in review video.