Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette will enter the final month of his campaign for governor with his office arguing in court that Michiganders whom the state falsely accused of unemployment fraud aren’t entitled to damages.
As Trump’s trade war with China intensifies, farmers in Washington are growing restless. But Rep. McMorris Rodgers has not abandoned Trump while her constituents watch and wait.
Montana Senate candidate Matt Rosendale made roughly $500,000 from the sale of his Maryland home he claimed on his federal taxes was sold at a loss, according to records reviewed by the American Ledger.
Mike Braun is running for a Senate seat on the back of his decades-long business career, earning the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- touting his record in the private sector -- on Tuesday.
In 2016, DeWine was publicly accused by police chiefs of ignoring their concerns about a prescription-drug operation — a complaint that forced an investigation, resulted in a conviction and raised questions about DeWine’s relationship with law enforcement.
As Florida’s governor, Rick Scott cut millions of dollars for red-tide research and took steps to exacerbate conditions ripe for algae blooms. Now, as a Senate candidate, Scott is calling on the Legislature and the state’s conservation commission to restore funding and take action.
After repeatedly promising Arizonans she would preserve protections for pre-existing conditions, McSally voted for the 2017 Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act that would take away the guarantee prohibiting price discrimination for individuals with pre-existing conditions.