Politics of Wall Street
Democrats may think they are avoiding a political hot potato by pushing back a vote on tax cuts until after the election, but now the election is more about taxes than ever.
Two new sheriffs are competing to carry on the tradition of battling the banks as New York's attorney general.
A former hedge fund lawyer is challenging a nine-term incumbent in the battle to be the Democratic candidate to represent New York's 14th District.
In the Illinois race for the U.S. Senate seat once occupied by President Barack Obama, Democrat Alexi Giannoulias is trying to make Wall Street an issue but his Republican opponent Mark Kirk is having none of it.
Wall Street reform features prominently in the race to represent Ohio in the U.S. Senate, with both candidates trying to score points on the bailout backlash front.