Clinton Campaign Readying National Olympic Ad Blitz

Nathan L. Gonzales July 27, 2016 · 9:23 AM EDT

PHILADELPHIA- Hillary Clinton is planning a massive television ad buy during the Olympics, on the heels of accepting the Democratic nomination for president.  

Hillary for America has reserved time for a high seven-figure national network and cable advertising campaign during the Summer Olympics, which begin August 5, according to a senior campaign official.  

The aide said it's an effort to meet voters where they are and run a national campaign.

Republicans are still waiting for Donald Trump to make his case to voters with paid advertising.

NRSC: GOP Senators Running for Sheriff, Not President

Nathan L. Gonzales July 21, 2016 · 3:26 PM EDT

CLEVELAND — Nine freshman Republicans took the stage Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention to celebrate the GOP majority in the Senate. Six hours earlier, top GOP strategists made the case that they won’t be in the minority next year.  

The National Republican Senatorial Committee's…

NRCC Bracing for Lonely Defense of House Majority

Nathan L. Gonzales July 19, 2016 · 2:03 PM EDT

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Severe thunderstorms pounding downtown Cleveland were an ominous beginning to the Republican National Convention on Monday morning, but House Republicans in the city for the festivities don’t see a wave in the forecast that would jeopardize their majority in the November…

2016 House Overview: Waiting for a Wave

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Nathan L. Gonzales July 14, 2016 · 1:00 PM EDT

Donald Trump is supposed to be an anvil around the neck of Republican candidates down the ballot and around the country, but up to this point in the cycle, vulnerable GOP incumbents are holding their own. 

Democrats believe every Republican agrees with Trump and must publicly rebuke everything he…

2016 House Overview (July 14, 2016) Alabama - Illinois

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July 14, 2016 · 12:59 PM EDT

Alaska. Aug. 16 primary
At-Large District (Young, R). Democrats haven’t held the seat in over 40 years, but strategists think Don Young is vulnerable. Likely nominee Steve Lindbeck, the CEO of Alaska Public Media, and the state Democratic Party released a two-question poll conducted June 29-30 by…