• Polls show good news for Democrats?

    Politicususa.com reports: Two new polls of the Senate races in Kansas and North Carolina reveal that a Republican wave remains media wishful thinking, as Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan leads in North Carolina, and Independent Greg Orman is tied with Sen. | Read More »

  • Wasserman Schultz: Dems are going to hold the Senate

    According to the leader of the Democratic National Committee, the GOP will not take back the Senate this November as most forecasts predict: Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the leader of the Democratic National Committee, said Sunday that her party will keep | Read More »

  • Scott Brown closing the gap in NH

    From Fox News: A tightening Senate race in New Hampshire is bringing with it an onslaught of negative ads and campaign-trail recriminations, as Republican Scott Brown closes the gap against incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Brown, who had been trailing in | Read More »

  • Poll: Gardner up in Colorado

    Politico reports: Cory Gardner is ahead by 6 points in a Quinnipiac University poll out Thursday, the latest in a string of surveys that show the Colorado Republican Senate candidate in the lead. Gardner leads Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, 47 percent to | Read More »

  • Dem. approval rating lowest in 30 years

    ABC News reports: Barack Obama and his political party are heading into the midterm elections in trouble. The president’s 40 percent job approval rating in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll is the lowest of his career – and the | Read More »

  • 46% of likely voters prefer a Republican-controlled Congress

    NBC reports: OCTOBER 15, 2014 – Republicans hold a slight advantage over Democrats in the midterm elections that take place less than three weeks from now, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. In the poll, 46 percent of | Read More »

  • New ad praises Senator Pat Roberts for defending freedom of speech

    Washington, D.C.—American Commitment, a national advocacy organization, is launching an online ad campaign aimed at thanking Senator Pat Roberts for his steadfast defense of free speech.  President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid supported a Constitutional Amendment last month that would | Read More »

  • ‘Unemployed’ man in Dem attack ad has a job

    Fox News reports: The Democratic Governors Association has again run into trouble with one of the ads it is funding, this time using a picture of a man employed by a company that has praised Maine Republican Governor Paul LePage | Read More »

  • E-signatures just one concern, election integrity advocate says

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The acceptance of electronic or e-signatures on voter registration forms from third parties poses risks, but there’s a lot more to be worried about leading up to Nov. 4, says one | Read More »

  • Control of the Senate less certain than ever?

    According to MSNBC, control of the Senate is less certain than ever: As November approaches, control of the Senate is growing increasingly unpredictable as Republican gains in key states are offset by new vulnerabilities in unexpected places. The good news | Read More »

  • WashPo claims ‘wild cards’ will shake up midterms

    According to the Washington Post, the GOP’s takeover of the Senate is far from a done-deal: As campaign season heads into its final weeks, some wild cards are on the table in states where the GOP had been expecting easy | Read More »

  • GOP leading in five key battleground states

    Fox News reports: New Fox News battleground polls show a Republican trend in the fight for the U.S. Senate.The GOP candidates — helped by anti-Barack Obama sentiment and strong support from male voters — lead in all five states: Alaska, | Read More »

  • Senate control to be undecided for weeks after election?

    According to USA Today: WASHINGTON — An unusual convergence this year of tight races, likely runoffs, a surging independent candidate and a potential push for party switchers suggest that the 2014 battle for U.S. Senate control may continue weeks after | Read More »

  • GOP raises record $16 million in September

    Fox News reports: Republicans’ official effort to retake a majority in the Senate raised a record $15.5 million in September — roughly four times its average monthly haul this cycle — but officials Tuesday did not disclose how much money | Read More »

  • Poll: McConnell trailing Grimes in Kentucky

    According to a new poll, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell has fallen behind Democratic challenger Allison Grimes for the first time since June in his campaign to hold onto his Senate seat in Kentucky: In Kentucky, Alison Lundergan Grimes is ahead | Read More »

  • As election day nears, talk turns to absentee ballot fraud

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. MIAMI — As Election Day nears, absentee ballot fraud will likely be in Florida’s news headlines once again. Carolina Lopez, spokeswoman for the Miami Dade Department of Elections, said staff there can determine if | Read More »

  • Three key Senate races slipping from Dems?

    Politico points to Alaska, Louisiana, and Arkansas as possible upsets for the GOP: It’s been the most remarkably enduring story line of Election 2014: three Democratic senators defying their states’ deep red complexion and their president’s abysmal approval ratings to stay | Read More »

  • Nikki Haley up 10 points in SC campaign

    Nikki Haley is well on her way to being re-elected, the Washington Times reports: Republican South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley holds a 10-point lead over her Democratic challenger ahead of next month’s election, according to a Winthrop University poll released Wednesday in which | Read More »

  • Tillis attacks Hagan’s ISIS record in NC race

    Fox News reports the latest from the tight race in North Carolina:  Republican leaders had ticketed Thom Tillis as their best hope to unseat incumbent North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan — but a month before voters go to the polls Tillis | Read More »

  • WashPo: Odds of GOP winning the Senate are growing

    The Washington Post has this report on the current election forecast: All three major election forecasting models saw an uptick in the likelihood of Republicans winning the six seats they need to retake the Senate majority over the past week, | Read More »