Gillespie Ditches Ads in Va. Sen RaceVirginia Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie is abandoning television ads in the state with less than three weeks before Election Day.
Both Parties Spend $80M In Final TV Ad Push To Win Senate SeatsAfter a summer spent chasing voters with millions of dollars in television ads, some of the biggest spenders in politics have settled on eight Senate races for a final flurry before Election Day.
Tea Party Professor Takes Aim At Cantor In Va. PrimaryU.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor could be the next House speaker, but first he has to get past a little-known, tea party-backed challenger with a vocal following in Tuesday's Republican primary in Virginia.
TV Ad War Begins Quickly In Kentucky After Primary Instantly on the attack, allies of Republican leader Mitch McConnell launched a televised barrage against newly minted Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky's high-stakes Senate race on Wednesday, a day after primaries in several states that also set up a Republican runoff in Georgia and left tea party insurgents still scratching for a breakthrough triumph.
Study: $445M Spent On Health Law TV Ads, 15-To-1 Ratio Were NegativeA new analysis finds the nation's health care overhaul deserves a place in advertising history.
New Technology Allows For TV Ads to Target Specific Individuals, FamiliesThe days when political campaigns would try to make inroads with demographic groups such as soccer moms or white working-class voters are gone. Now, the operatives are targeting specific individuals.
Dems Pouring Money, Obama Into Mass. Senate Race Democrats are pouring money into the Massachusetts Senate race to succeed John Kerry and dispatching President Barack Obama to the state to rally party loyalists two weeks before Election Day.
$87 Million Spent On Television Ad. Campaigns So FarPresident Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney and their allies so far have spent a jaw-dropping $87 million on TV ads in just a handful of presidential battleground states, an early and unprecedented explosion of spending for a general election still a full five months away.