Four Senate Races to Watch On the Eve of Election Day

This election season has displayed all that is wrong with politics. It’s been like watching a boxing match, with each candidate throwing ever-harder punches in the hopes of knocking the other out. But here we are, twelve rounds later, and both candidates are still standing, still fighting despite being thoroughly beaten, bruised, and bloodied. Sure,…
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Democrats’ Finding Innovative Ways to Fail in Race for Senate Majority

Democrats have a primary problem. In a year where Democrats should be uniting and playing offense in an effort to retake the Senate, bitter primaries in unexpected races have erupted, leaving them Democrats to fight amongst themselves rather than fight for voters. POLITICO reports on the intra-party skirmishes: Democrats would prefer not to have [Ohio…
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Shaky Democrats Will Pay the Price for Iran Vote

Democrats may have succeeded in cobbling together the needed votes to filibuster a resolution of disapproval on the Iran nuclear deal, but it doesn’t mean that they can simply put the issue behind them. Poll after polls shows that voters disapprove of the agreement and wanted Congress to vote against it, which could signal trouble…
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Contentious Primaries are Dinging Democrats 2016 Senate Hopes

The 2016 presidential race continues to make for great headlines. With this many candidates and this many personalities being given nearly infinite opportunities to say something intriguing, bombastic or gaffe-worthy, it’s no surprise that the media is having a field day. Given the tabloid-like behavior of the news media today it’s little surprise that Democrats…
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