Candidates brought a number of prepared lines and packaged jokes that fell flat.
The candidates went after Donald Trump. Hardly any of their attacks landed—and more to the point, hardly any of the moments will break through.
At Wednesday’s debate, GOP candidates are looking to create some moments where they cause some controversy—unlike the first debate where the dynamics of the race were steady.
Congressional candidate Derrick Anderson is running in a Virginia district outside of where his supposed primary residence is. But he won't say that—creating more questions.
Olivia Hill told The Daily Beast many council members have told her they would look the other way on the restroom issue but knows under state law she risks being thrown in jail.
Congressional candidate Joe Kent lost a red district in 2022. He’s running for the same seat this cycle, and advocating for dismantling the FBI.
At the Pray Vote Stand summit, Josh Hawley and Vivek Ramaswamy mingled with anti-trans activists and evangelicals who see the coming election as do-or-die against the “woke.”