If Republicans win control of the Senate in the midterm elections they should say a prayer of thanks for Christian conservatives. Although they get little attention from candidates, [...]
The fight for control of the U.S. Senate could last far past the Nov. 4 election, with possible run-offs in Louisiana and Georgia and surprising surges by independent candidates [...]
Democrat-aligned House Majority PAC has placed a massive broadcast television buy against New York Rep. Michael Grimm for the final week of the campaign. [...]
A new CQ Roll Call study of Senate votes shows vulnerable Senate Democrats almost always voted to support the president in 2014. The full list at the link. [...]
Crunching the Numbers: It's become conventional wisdom to say "women voters" are key, but which particular groups of women are up for grabs? [...]
Eleven days before Election Day, the parties don't agree on much except these House races will be decided by the slimmest of margins. [...]
Survey Report With less than two weeks before the midterm elections, the Republican Party holds significant leads on several major issues. Voters say the GOP could do a better job than the Democrats on the economy, and the Republicans hold double-digit advantages on both terrorism and the budget deficit. [...]
In his recent column, “Weak GOP Candidates May Need More Than a Good Year,” Stu Rothenberg pointed out how a handful of under-performing Senate candidates could cost Republicans the majority. Similarly, though the House of Representatives is not in play, a trio of GOP incumbents could cost their party larger gains in the House. [...]
Louisiana is hot, humid and poor - in roughly that order - and all three facts are unmissable. [...]
As we broadcast from Denver, Colorado, we examine how the state’s U.S. Senate race in the upcoming midterm election could shape who controls Congress. [...]
A competitive Iowa Senate race has created a ripple effect down ballot, causing headaches for national Democrats as Election Day nears. [...]
Arkansas Senator, Mark Pryor (D-AR) apparently is far, far, far off into la-la-land!
In last night's debate with Republican challenger Tom Cotton, Mr. Pryor, in response to a question about the middle class in Arkansas, "guessed" about $200,000.00 per year, in income!
Have you ever spent any time in Arkansas?
Some of the nicest people in the world live there. And there is some really beautiful country and landscapes to see. But nearly a quarter of a million dollars a year in income [...]
The Democrats’ “war on women” strategy has always been frivolous and intellectually dishonest, and it is now being revealed as ineffective, too.
Let us call the roll: Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Kentucky secretary of state hoping to oust Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, is trailing in the polls in spite of being a cause célèbre for the Hollywood Left — Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Katzenberg have lavished Manhattan and Beverly Hills money upon her race — even after having eng [...]
For 10 years Colorado has tilted steadily to the political left, as Democrats have claimed victory after victory. Now Republicans are pinning their hopes on a campaign that could ensure they gain control of the US Senate - and prove that their party has a future in an increasingly urban, socially liberal nation. [...]
BBC News is visiting five states in five days to test the mood of American voters ahead of the mid-term elections on 4 November. We're following the old Blues Highway from St Louis to New Orleans, looking at a different issue in each place. [...]