"Every day is Election Day from now until Nov. 2," said Petra Falcon of Promise Arizona, a group that is mobilizing Latino voter turnout in Arizona.
As New York reels from a wave of anti-gay violence and bullying, GOP gubernatorial candidate "Crazy Carl" Paladino added to the hateful atmosphere by unleashing a stream of anti-LGBT vitriol.
It's the regular tea party style: point out an actual problem, and then follow it up with exactly the wrong solution.
Shadowy groups are flooding Washington State with anonymous corporate cash to buy ads smearing incumbent Democratic Sen. Patty Murray, MoveOn charged.
Meg Whitman's former nanny and housekeeper accused the billionaire Republican candidate of having "treated me like garbage."
Fisher blasted Portman as a tool of Wall Street and a "rubber stamp" for those seeking to return to the "casino" policies that caused the economic crisis.
CHEERS because lots of Americans are already voting, and JEERS to bullies who harass gay students.
The same far-right anti-union groups that blocked the Employee Free Choice Act and opposed hiking the minimum wage are pouring more than $400 million into the 2010 mid-term elections.
The nation's governors play a key role in implementing federal policy - and none more so than in the next three years - when the states will have to do the heavy lifting on setting up competition in the health care sector, as part of the health care reform law Democratic President Barack Obama pushed through Congress.
The One Nation coalition will try to stay together to work on each other's causes after the Nov. 2 election, a top union participant says.