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Sen. and Gov. Wendell Ford is undergoing chemotherapy treatments for lung cancer in his hometown of Owensboro...Ford said in a news release that his campaigning for Democratic candidates across the state is on hold indefinitely. He said he recently
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter, center, and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn, left, pose with Lisa Borders of the Coca Cola Company during the opening of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta
Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo called President Barack Obama's plan to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal-fired power plants "a dumb-ass policy" Wednesday, highlighting the political difficulties the plan has created for
Hillary Clinton 's public outrage at the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls by a Islamist Nigerian rebel group ignores the role the 2016 Democratic frontrunner had in preventing the group from being designated as a terrorist organization. From The
It's not easy being a Democrat at the Worm Gruntin' Festival. The event, named for a popular method of coaxing worms above ground, takes place in Florida's conservative Panhandle amid gator kabobs, fishhook earrings and a tent with venomous snakes...
Democrats have been claiming of late that ObamaCare would not be the main issue in this year's midterms as the president said early this month: the debate is over. Instead, Democrats have voiced various versions of the assertion made by Sen. Chuck
Senate candidate Alison Lundergran Grimes called on President Barack Obama to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, joining 11 other incumbent Democrats as the party tries to keep control of the Senate this November. Grimes' statement Wednesday came
Senate candidate Gary Peters on Thursday pressed Republican Terri Lynn Land on Michigan's new abortion insurance law, saying she should come out of her "bunker" and say if she supports it. The third-term congressman, bristling over an anti-abortion
On Tuesday former President Bill Clinton started his personal campaign to elect Democrats in the South and help his party keep control of the U.S. Senate, casting the Republicans as obstructionist and highlighting issues like raising the minimum wage.
Senate candidate Matt Bevin reported Thursday that it raised nearly $900,000 in contributions in the past three months and has more than 15,000 donors. The Bevin campaign called its fundraising "a massive increase from last quarter," but it didn't