Sen. Dean Heller's vote for Obamacare repeal is perhaps the biggest issue in his re-election bid as President Donald Trump comes to Nevada to give the Republican incumbent a boost.
As of mid-September, roughly 40 percent of the more than half a billion dollars in direct contributions raised by Senate candidates had flowed into 10 battleground races that will decide control of the chamber.
A CNBC analysis of the latest campaign finance data finds that Democrats in eight of nine key battleground states have generated a substantial fundraising advantage, raking in far more cash than their GOP opponents.
A week after President Donald Trump announced he was withdrawing the United States from the Iran deal, five Republican candidates received the financial backing of billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and they all had one thing in common: they adamantly opposed the agreement made under President Barack Obama.
Rep. Mark Sanford's loss in the GOP primary for South Carolina's 1st District shows President Trump's enormous sway.
Voters will choose challengers who will face Democrat Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota and Republican Dean Heller in Nevada.
Voters will pick challengers in several battleground House elections as well as two of the most hotly contested Senate races in the country.
Danny Tarkanian will run for the House and let Sen. Dean Heller run for Senate unopposed, after President Donald Trump reached out to him.
Strategas said the "trigger" proposed by Sen. Bob Corker to limit deficits from the tax bill could essentially reduce the tax cut by half.
A tax bill tool designed to win the support of key GOP senators is finding resistance among others.
For more than 60 years, sports leagues have tapped municipal bonds to help fund their stadium projects. That could be coming to an end.
Republicans need 22 more votes from among the 24 GOP senators representing states that would get less money under the latest Obamacare repeal bill.
Several of McConnell's GOP colleagues threw their support behind him following Trump's attacks.
President Donald Trump kept the heat on Republican senators Wednesday as they debate possible Obamacare repeal plans.
Passing the motion to proceed does not mean Senate Republicans have a consensus on a bill they can pass.
Republicans don’t have a coherent policy vision to repeal and replace Obamacare, Vox reports.
The GOP bill faces potentially fatal opposition from members of the party's own caucus due to concerns about Medicaid cuts and other issues.
On Senate's revised health-care bill, Rand Paul has said it's "the same as the old bill," Vox reports.
Upward of a dozen Republicans oppose the bill drafted by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Vox reports.
Mitch McConnell is unlikely to allow debate to extend past July 21, according to a GOP strategist familiar with the lawmaker's thinking.