Alison Lundergan Grimes

States aren't just saying no to Trump's voter fraud commission, they're blasting it.
As the Bluegrass State's chief elections official, Grimes has recently said that she's "not going to be bullied" by Sen. Rand
Democrats may not have to say goodbye to 2014 sweetheart Alison Lundergan Grimes just yet. The Democratic secretary of state
Read more at The Hill. In 2013, the actress hinted she was considering a Senate run against now-Senate Majority Leader Mitch
Whether it was dropping f-bombs on HuffPost Live or confusing texting with sexting, politicians said some pretty memorable
Paul announced in early December he would run for Senate again in 2016. He also said he will decide on a presidential run
The 2014 midterm election was such a drubbing for Democrats, so embarrassing in its lopsidedness, that there doesn't appear
The issue isn't what Wasserman Schultz said with regard to a 'top to bottom assessment' but rather who will do the assessment. If it is the same people who planned the mid-terms' non-message we are in for the same problems next time around.
Below, a liveblog of more election news: Notable moments just weeks before Election Day included Grimes' painful refusal
Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes lost to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) in one of the nation's highest-profile
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) won his re-election race against Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in one of
The five-term senator, who spent 30 years in the Senate, relentlessly portrayed Grimes as beholden to President Barack Obama
Below, a liveblog of more election news: Grimes, elected secretary of state in 2011, made the case that Kentucky needed fresh
Below, a liveblog of more election news: The five-term senator relentlessly portrayed Grimes as beholden to President Barack
Notable moments just weeks before Election Day included Grimes' painful refusal to say whether she voted for Obama in 2008
Why do the Republicans feel a need to engage in such shady voter intimidation schemes year after year? Why are they so afraid of letting people go to the polls and choosing whichever candidates they prefer, free from interference with their right to vote?
I don't care what you are running for; it's always a bad idea to take that level of control away from the site visitor (even if, unlike the senator, you don't sound like you are talking with a mouth full of split-pea soup.) It makes for a jarring user experience and a bad first impression.
Say a fond farewell to the 2014 Seinfeld campaign. Unfortunately, it probably won't be the last corrupt big money-dominated campaign about absolutely nothing.