National sentiment can shift overnight. And while the battle for control of the Senate is shifting towards the Republicans, races in key battleground states are deadlocked.
I have been expressing my concern that if we look at the polls, we seem to have two elections going on.
The work Rep. Tom Cotton has done since he declared he would challenge incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor has him going into Election Day with a head of steam.
While Ebola and terror threats have dominated headlines in recent weeks, lingering weak spots in the U.S. economy continue to keep pocketbook issues resonating with voters ahead of next week’s elections.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker will not follow in the steps of Barack Obama. He is far more likely to follow in the steps of fellow New Jersey Democrats “Pete” Williams, Mayor Hugh Addonizio Mayor Ken Gibson and Mayor Sharpe James, all of whom went to jail.
Voting machines that switch Republican votes to Democrats are being reported in Maryland.
Democrats have worked very hard to keep women back in the ’60s, and now they are, literally, trying to convince American women that nothing has changed, and victims all will be. If the “evil” GOP wins, of course.
Sen. Joe Manchin may be a Democrat, but he said Sunday that he has little communication with President Obama, and that the same would be true for Democrats elected to the Senate from red states.
Joni Ernst is back to “hogging” Iowa airwaves, as she barrels into Election Day with another pig-themed ad, a slight edge over her Democratic rival in the polls and a significant fundraising advantage.
The president, during a radio interview on Monday, claimed Democratic candidates who are avoiding him on the campaign trail nevertheless are “strong allies” who have “supported my agenda in Congress.”