Among Republican candidates, Jeb Bush is the betting favorite to be the next president. But three men have better odds at the GOP nomination.
For all that’s changed in the last two decades in American politics, the leading contenders in the race for the White House are named Clinton and Bush.
Tonette Walker is married to Scott Walker, who recently won re-election to the position of Wisconsin governor.
Tonette Walker is about to begin her second term as first lady of Wisconsin, but there’s speculation her husband Scott will make a run at the White House.
It sounded a bit like his pacemaker on its last bit of battery, but thankfully it was probably just a warning for him to get to bed.
In an across-the-board thrashing of the Democrats, the Republicans took control of the Senate Tuesday night and padded their majority in the House.
Mitch McConnell gave a jubilant victory speech after fending off a challenge from Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky.
The Georgia Senate elections are likely to end in a runoff that could help determine control of the Senate. Here’s what you need to know.
Kate Carter is the wife of Jason Carter who is running for the Governor of Georgia. She’s a high school teacher who was a journalist at the Athens Banner-Herald.
The Louisiana Senate elections are likely to end in a runoff between Mary Landrieu, Bill Cassidy, and Rob Maness that could help determine control of the Senate. Here’s what you need to know.
She’s the glamorous wife of former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist. Not only that but she also helped to revolutionize the the Halloween costume industry.
Republicans won control of the Senate Tuesday night, toppling three Democratic incumbents and winning four Democratic-held open seats.
Franki Roberts is the wife of Kansas senator Pat Roberts, who is running for the Republican party in the 2014 senate race.
Bonnie Dunn Perdue is the wife of Republican David Perdue, who is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Georgia against Democrat Michelle Nunn.
Sybil Orman is married to Greg Orman, the Independent Senate candidate in Kansas.