The amount of cash Senate super PACs have available on hand is key because, as both parties enter the home stretch of election season, a Democratic retaking of the Senate in November is seen as a possibility.
Freshman Rep. Donna Shalala (D-Fla.) faces off against former TV reporter Maria Elvira Salazar once again. Both have raised over $1 million thus far.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) faces a primary challenger, but his opponent is far behind when it comes to campaign cash.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) is being outspent by his Democratic opponents, and liberal outside groups are spending big to unseat him.
The race for Senate in Iowa seat has become a statistical dead heat, as Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) faces a strong challenge from real estate developer Theresa Greenfield.
House Freedom Caucus members Jim Jordan and Matt Gaetz funded nine primary candidates opposing House GOP Leadership’s picks.
Rep. Richard Neal is fighting to keep his seat amid a well-funded primary effort from progressives, and deep-pocketed industry groups are coming to his defense.
It’s a battle to be the “Trumpiest” candidate in the Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District runoff, where Stephanie Bice faces an uphill battle to defeat local businesswoman Terry Neese.
Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) is retiring from Congress, as is Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.). Their departures set up well-funded Republican primaries.
In Alaska, it is not Democrats closing in on Republicans. Rather, independents are threatening incumbent Republicans, and the fundraising and polling shows it.
In Tennessee’s Republican Senate primary, wealthy donors — and the candidates themselves — are pouring millions into the crowded contest that has largely turned into a two-person race.