Maine's House speaker is one of at least five Democrats aiming to run against the Republican senator in 2020.
The GOP senator's vote to confirm a man accused of sexual assault to the Supreme Court sparked outrage. Now she's using it to raise money.
Many felt betrayed by the senator, and they’re taking action ahead of next year’s election.
“I thought the president made a big mistake by asking China to get involved in investigating a political opponent," said Maine's Republican senator.
The $1 million campaign by a group of prominent conservatives is targeting GOP senators with the message, “Stand up and say it’s wrong.”
The Maine senator's path to reelection may not be smooth sailing after she helped to secure the controversial Supreme Court justice's confirmation.
The group has been under pressure to cut ties with the GOP senator, but she still remains a much-needed ally in the fight against the Title X abortion "gag rule."
Maine's House speaker raked in over $1 million in 10 days as part of her campaign to unseat the Republican senator.
NextGen America, which works to turn out young voters, is making the Maine Republican a top target for 2020.
Some Democrats hope Collins' long-held seat in Maine will be vulnerable in 2020 after her vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Bre Kidman, a criminal defense attorney, is running in Maine’s 2020 Senate race -- and “flipping the bird to the notion of electability” along the way.
The DSCC, EMILY’s List and NARAL are supporting Gideon, Maine's House speaker, in the race to unseat Sen. Susan Collins.
Maine's House speaker signaled a potential bid in October after Collins, the state's GOP senator, voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh.
Matthew Kacsmaryk has also ripped Roe v. Wade and dismissed abortion rights supporters as "sexual revolutionaries."
The GOP senator faces intense backlash from state Democrats and abortion rights activists over her vote for Brett Kavanaugh.
The Maine Republican says she's pro-choice, but she's voted to confirm dozens of judges who have signaled their opposition to abortion rights.
Howard Nielson was also one of the guys behind George W. Bush’s torture memos. He’s about to be a lifetime federal judge.
“I can’t imagine the courts would sustain it,” said the Republican lawmaker from Maine.